Checkerboard wall panel with ivy (and Halloween picket gate oxer in the background):
Red brick wall panel with ivy:
Swedish Oxer Liverpool (with REAL Water):
Patriotic Fan Jump With Sunshine:
More pics coming soon !
"Sonoma Gold," Palomino with four white stockings and blaze, out of Paint parents, gelding, 2 yrs., Hunter prospect, shown in a Hunter breeding model pose. Our farm broke and started "Scooter."
Photo: "Sonoma Gold" at Mark West Stables.
Photo: "Sonoma Gold" in training at the home arena
"Bobadoc," Appendix Quarter Horse, 15.3, gelding, child's / adult hunter and used by another dressage trainer for teaching dressage students. "Bobadoc," originally discovered by Gail McGuffy / The Dressage Arena, was trained by Mary Katherine Day-Petrano and won ribbons at Napa Valley Equestrian Center horse shows. Thank You Gail for always finding such Great Sport Horse prospects !!!
"Sisnadzil," the boy horse nicknamed "Sis," Appaloosa with Thoroughbred breeding, 16.2, gelding, owned by Andrew and Linda Wade, trained and shown by Mary Katherine Day-Petrano, and also shown in the Junior divisions by Andrew. "Sis" jumped a 5' vertical the first time Mary rode him, and jumped on down a line over a 5'4" oxer without stirrups. Mary showed "Sis" in the jumper divisions - Thank You Linda and Andy for letting me ride such a Wonderful horse !!!
Photo: "Sisnadzil" owned by Linda and Andy Wade and shown by Mary in Training Jumpers at The Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
Photo: "Sisnadzil" owned by Linda and Andy Wade and shown by Mary in Level 4 / Preliminary Jumpers at Golden State Horse Show, Santa Rosa, California
Photo: "Sisnadzil" shown by Mary in Level 4 / Preliminary Jumpers at Golden State Horse Show, Santa Rosa, California
"Wild Bid," owned by the Salt Ranch and shown by Mary, 15.3 hand, Quarter horse, shown in Working Hunter Div. and schooling to become a jumper. Thank you Rick Kaderabek for the opportunity to work with "Bid."
Photo: "Wild Bid" owned by the Salt Ranch and shown by Mary in Open Hunter Div. at Redwood Valley Horse Show, Petaluma, California
"Tesoro Roja," nicknamed "Tess," Morgan, mare, 15.0 hands, 3 yrs., broke, trained, shown, and sold for Indiana Ranch Morgans, the sweetest, quietest, child's first Short Stirrup horse. Our farm diligently trained ponies that outgrew large pony status to serve in the Short Stirrup divisions.
Photo: "Tesoro Roja" schooling in the home arena
Photo: "Tesoro Roja" winning ribbons at Napa Valley Equestrian Center horse shows, ridden by Shelly Snyder