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Previously sold horses

Please go to our 2020 Foals page to see foals available for sale.

2013 AQHA & APHA big, dunskin splash white son of Pale Face Dunnit (AKA Gold Digger) and he has done it ALL!! 1 owner, vet checked sound, money earning green reiner, money earned in 4D barrels, been on cattle, trail ridden and absolutely ROCK SOLID SAFE AND QUIET FOR ANY RIDER!! He is a proven babysitter with kids, novice husbands and is always the same, even after time off. This is a once in a lifetime gelding anyone would regret not owning. No vices, never been hurt, sick, lame, etc and he LOVES PEOPLE!! He’s a big pet who loves attention and even does tricks! 15.1 hands. Shipping is not a problem if needed and vet checks always welcome. He is offered at $15,000


Thank you Susan for the brand new photos of the amazing, one of a kind mare, Spinderella!! By an own son of Colonels Smoking Gun aka GUNNER and out of Ima Smart Sign. This 5 year old super good minded, big, flashy, splash white mare has already been lightly shown and is ready to continue in the ranch riding, reining and maybe even get started in the cow horse! She has been raised right, professionally trained and is super broke. Safe, safe and sound in every way. Enjoy her, show her, use her and just imagine what she will produce for you as a broodmare later!! 7 panel tested N/N! She is offered at $12,500

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/ugSVqn2UOhU

VIDEO 2: https://youtu.be/2E3eFeRViTA

PEDIGREE: https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/spinderella3

Life changes force this VERY difficult decision to put up one of our own personal ranch horses. This incredible 2005 AQHA TRUE BLUE ROAN gelding affectionately know as Boaz or “Bo” has been in our family for over five years. Bo is a VERY personable and loving gelding who LOVES people and attention! If you go into his pasture, he will find you, and he won’t be too easy to get rid of either! He is a nicely broke ranch horse with a wonderful work ethic who we’ve enjoyed for trails, camping, ranching and clinics. He’s not a stranger to being hauled or tied out all day, and has drug bulls as well as ponied colts. He has been schooled in the arena as well. He will do what’s asked but would much rather be outside. Bo is a TRUE BIG BOY, standing 15.3 hands and weighing in around a TRUE TO A SCALE 1200+lbs. We have not had any health issues with Bo, ever. He is an extremely easy keeper. We have kept him barefoot and have only ever shod him for use in rocky country. He’s way too nice of a horse to waste! He really likes having a job and he’s dang good at it. Pre purchase vet exams always welcome! He is offered at $12,500


2012 ApHC black leopard few spot mare
96% FPD (foundation)
DREA Bluhawks Imnaha x C A Waps Blue Sky (by WAP SPOTTED!)
No grey, no roan, no cream
This will be their second cross.

Buyer Etiquette & Responsibility

Buyers have an obligation to represent honestly their skill level and intentions. Buyers who don’t take the time and trouble to learn good horsemanship ruin good horses quickly.  Remember no horse is ever “finished.” They are sensitive creatures that continue to learn new behaviors throughout their lives.  A novice horse person will “undo” professional training in a matter of minutes. At Shining C Grulla Horses we don’t want to sell you an unsuitable horse. Help us help you with accurate representation of your riding limits, experience and goals. If a horse’s price is more than you want to spend, ask whether it’s negotiable before you make an appointment. If you need to sell your existing horse before acquiring a new one, please address that issue first. If you are serious about one of our horses consider putting a deposit to hold or buy yourself first right of refusal to avoid the heartache of finding out your ideal horse has sold out from under you. Another important realization is that our horse prices can increase every month in direct proportion to the cost of full care, training and competition. Expect that the horse will perform better for the professional trainer it has bonded to than will be the case with a new owner/rider. Subtle differences in riding technique produce very different responses from the horse.  It may just be a matter of time and a little professional help before you and your new horse become a team, do not expect it immediately, they are live animals.