Listed below are the horses for sale or lease at Gaston Farm Road Equestrian Center.
Please contact us for details about these horses. To learn more about leasing, please view our Lease agreement and flyer located on the forms page.
Four Starzzz Fella is currently available for lease!
Please meet Four Starzzz Fella– our gorgeous, bay standardbred. He is a retired pacer, bringing a sizable number of winnings throughout his career. Fella is looking for a kind, quiet and confident rider. Fella loves to trail ride and has very smooth gaits. He is great in the arena or pulling a cart. He is currently in professional training and preparing to be shown in various English flat classes. Come see this handsome boy today!
Paragon is a very gentle Paso Fino gelding. He has been extensively trail ridden and is a show quality Paso Fino! He is gaited with easily controlled brio. He has been professionally trained and very healthy. Please come meet Paragon we just know you will fall in love!
Jet is available for lease.
This handsome boy is ready for a beginner to experienced rider to lease him! He is great under saddle and has a nice gait. Loves to be ridden fast or slow. Trails great leading or following. Come check him out I know you will not be disappointed.
Prince is now available for lease.
Yet another all time camp favorite. He is great under saddle for a intermediate to experienced rider. He does great at all speeds and loves to trail ride as well. He is a gently boy with a great disposition. He is a must see!
Grits is up for lease!
You must see to believe! This gentle boy is a Paint Arabian cross gelding. He is beyond amazing under saddle. Grits is ready to be leased by a intermediate to experienced rider. Come on down to the barn and introduce yourself!
TyeDye is ready and available for on-site lease!
He is a pretty level headed horse with quite the personality. I would describe him a goofy. He is a 10 yr. old, quarter horse paint, and stands at 15.3 hands. He has been trained in English and I would like to keep him that way. He walk, trot, canters and is training in jumping and dressage. The highest I have jumped him is 3’3, but the highest he has shown in jumping is 2’6″-3′. Dressage is still new to him, and he has been shown twice in a lower level dressage test. He stands from grooming, bathing, vet and farrier. I am looking for an intermediate to advanced rider for him, because he enjoys a challenge and needs someone who can handle him individually. I am looking for serious inquiries only, so feel free to email me with any questions you may have.