Some Day Pretty Soon

We are very excited to bring you a horse that we have had in our program for almost three years. Someday Prettysoon is a 2017 AQHA gelding that stands a solid 14.3 hands tall. Nicholas, as we call him, is by Xceptionally smart who is by Smart Little Lena, the world–renowned cutting stallion and is out of a mare that also goes back to Smart Little Lena as well. He has the size and agility to get any job done that you ask him to do. We got him in from a ranch where he was just used to work some cattle in the pasture and check fence lines and go on lots and lots of trail rides. We had him in a reining training program where he learned all the moves of stopping, spinning and fast and slow circles. He may have not seen the inside of a show pen as of yet, but he could be tuned up and taken and have some fun with. He is a striking great color that is built like a tank. He has incredible self carriage and will hold that slow jog or extend out nicely into a long trot without lifting his head above the horn. He will lift into a canter and speed up and slow down effortlessly. He even has a smooth, easy to ask for, lead change that looks so smooth. He has spent his time going through our program and learned all the tricks from laying down, to sitting and even side passing over to any object for you to mount on, and will stand very quietly for you to get situated in the saddle before walking off. He has a great neck rein that makes him a breeze to ride bareback and bridleless. He is wearing shoes all around because of where we ride and does great for the farrier. He loves attention, and will stand like a gentleman for you in the cross ties for you to groom and tack up for a ride. He truly has one of the most comfortable gaits no matter what speed you are asking him to go. He will ride right off the farm without hesitation and has spent his time on the trail with large groups and will lead or follow no problem. He will walk over creeks and streams and will watch where he places his feet when going up and down rocky hills. He has been ridden on busy roads with traffic and does not mind when trucks, motorcycles or bikes go past. He will do his best to please his person and loves to come running when you call him in from the pasture. He has been a lot of fun to take through our program and he has tried his best to do whatever we ask him to do. He loved learning the “sit” position so much that you may see him do it from time to time in his stall on his own without anyone asking him to do it. He has that kind of personality that he loves to show his fun side. He is very willing to learn new things and will go out of his way to please. If you feel that Nicholas is the horse for you, then please feel free to give Duane Yoder of Buckeye Acre Farm a call @ 330-231-2324.


Contact Duane at (330) 231-2324 if you have any questions.