Something fun to share. Sunday my girls and I went to SSHA cutting & sorting event, so we all to our quarter horses. Well, one friend was nervous to leave her saddlebred gelding at home alone (very smart), so I volunteered my 2 &1/2 year old Blue roan Hancock colt as a babysitter. Well, she lives down a mile long terrible dirt/mud driveway, so we parked the horse trailer at on the pavement at the top. I unloaded Lane ( my Hancocks name) and thought to myself - I'm gonna ride you bareback with a halter and lead cause I don't wanna walk. Mind you - I have sat on him 2 x and that is it, but we have done all the ground work possible. So, I jumped up on him - he stood perfectly still once he realized what was happening. As soon I I got settled in atop his strong back he gave me his right eye and said. - well, lets go. We jogged the smoothest most steady jog I've ever ridden in my life down that nasty muddy driveway and he did not break gate or falter one time. This was around 8 am. That night we got back from Lumberton at around 1am with the horses, so my friend and I jumped on her mare and rode the long driveway back to her place in the woods in the dark. As we rode up, both horses in the pasture ( Lane and the saddlebred - Zerah) were calmly eating hay. I pulled my Hancock out of the pasture, jumped on him and set off down the driveway with no lights. He never missed a beat & and never looked back. He is the beat horse I have ever had the pleasure of owning, an the best horse I have ever known. I was, to say the least, dumbfounded by his bravery - especially in the dark.
Well if any of the horses on our site has interested you, please feel free to contact us and visit!
You can also contact us and see more pictures on our Facebook Page! It is under Hudson's Quarter Horses and Paints. Come join us there, often times we post more pictures of the horses that are on the website!
Our Home Phone Number is:
If not available, just leave a message with your name and number and we will get back to you ASAP. We all work during the weekdays.
Michael's Cell Phone: 304-651-4424
Tiffany's Cell Phone: 304-651-4426
Our Cell Phones do not work at the house, we have no service. We only have service at work! So, if you call one of these two numbers and we don't answer, just leave a voicemail or call the house number. Thanks!
Our Address is: (Our mailing address, as well as physical address). Often times GPS does not work for this address. Contact us for directions!
Please contact us for directions, but we are located:
Buckeye, WV 24924
We require a 20% deposit on any horse. The horse WILL be for sale until money is exchanged. The horse will NOT be taken off of the market until deposit money has been exchanged. Once deposit money has been exchanged, the horse will be taken off the market. We do expect you to pay in a timely manner. We also understand that you all have personal things going on in your life (we completely understand a hardship). We do however, expect you to communicate that with us so we know what is going on. If you no longer wish to purchase said horse, please be kind enough to inform us, do not leave us "hanging," without an answer. Either you want the horse or you don't, please have the courtesy to say, "yes please or no thank you." Our feelings will not be hurt if you change your mind. We will however be incredibly unhappy and frustrated if you do not bother to contact us again (I personally cannot tell you how frequently this happens and how frustrating this is). If at any point the foal injures itself, dies, etc, the deposit and any money put down on the horse will be refunded. I will continue to post updates as we discuss them.
We will also have a breeding contract for any new breeders. This contract will be signed when the mare is dropped off at the farm to be bred.