Below you will find all sales horses Bar 2A Ranch has currently to offer.
Although we try hard to keep some weanlings back in order to be able to offer you, our valued customer, yearlings, 2-year olds or finished riding horses later on, it seems like every year we sell every offspring being born on our ranch.
We even have a waiting list of interested customers for certain stallion/mare combinations, so don't hesitate to contact us, if you are interested in a great Haflinger weanling!
We are still building up our herd and are interested in adding suitable broodmares, no matter if registered with the AHR (American Haflinger Registry) or the Canadian Haflinger Association.
We also have many inquiries for Haflingers in general, be it riding horses, companion horses (rescues) or breeding stock. Talk to us about consigning your Haflinger or getting them trained up and in shape for a better sale! We are always short good riding horses and are always interested in buying suitable additional registered Haflingers.
All horses born at Bar 2A Ranch, present, past or future, have the suffix "BTA" added to their registered name. This registered and protected suffix is our guarantee, that every baby born at our ranch is being brought up and raised in a natural, horse-friendly environment with utmost love, care and professional handling.
Bodhran BTA is a strong and very correct built colt and should mature on the taller side between 14.2hh and 15.1hh. Strong legged and muscular we can see him becoming a versatile riding or working horse for recreation or show. His great disposition and easy-going nature just reflects the great trainability, which has been passed down from his sire Bandito.
He was weaned in October and is ready to leave for his future home. Like all our youngsters, he is halter-broke, leads, trailer-loads, stands tied and picks up all 4 feet for trimming. He is up to date on deworming and vaccinations.
Please contact Irinel at 250-394-7149 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and price!
Right after birth as soon as we know that everything is OK, our youngsters and their mums are turned out back into the broodmare herd, what we call the kindergarden.
Here, multiple mares and their babies (this year we had up to 8 pairs in there!) roam on a 20 acre rolling hill pasture, with treed areas, rocks, steep slopes and grassy plains, where they learn important equine social skills through play and mutual respect.
This natural environment also supports muscle development, healthy hooves and overall condition.
(Bodhran BTA is on the front left in above picture)