Horses for Sale:

At this time, C. A. E. does not have any horses available for sale. Feel free to reach out if you have a horse you would like to list with us!

C. A. E. Horses

  • Feb. 23, 2017 bay Westphalian gelding, measuring 16.0 hands, premium at foal inspection
  • Competing at training level Eventing and 1.05m Jumpers
  • By Esteban XX (Prince Mab XX) out of Zytha (Lupicor (Lux Z) X Perdita (Guidam)

Bruno is a big personality trapped in a small body. He prides himself in being the smartest and most handsome horse in the barn. He loves to jump and doesn't love being told what to do. Bruno respects and loves his people once they earn his respect. He loves his morning naps, PEMF, thera-gun massages, and being the center of attention. He enjoys licking and biting and he has a collection of toys to keep his busy mind occupied! Dressage is boring but a necessary part of the job. Trail rides are a nice break, even if wild deer are great cause for extra curricular activities! Conditioning work in the field is a lot of fun and the more complicated the cross country question, the more excited Bruno gets! We are super excited to watch this young horse continue to grow and develop in 2023!

  • Mar. 28, 2018 bay Zangershiede gelding, measuring 16.3 hands
  • Competing novice level Eventing and 0.90m Jumpers
  • By Casallo Z (Casall ASK) out of Vienna (No Limit, Indoctro)

Huey is the sweetest horse in the barn. He is gentle and kind and if given a choice, would prefer a pampered life in a stall rather than turnout in his field. He is also a brave type and one of his favorite activities is long walks exploring on the farm. Hue is also the sensitive type and he works very hard to be a good boy. He has been a blast to ride and produce through his four year old year and continues to show his quality. He traveled off the farm for several schooling and showing opportunities throughout 2022 including cross country schooling, jumper shows, and young event horse competitions. We cannot wait to see what the next year with him brings!

Der Donnergott (barn name: Thor) #Thunderstruck

  • Apr. 21, 2020 bay Oldenburg colt
  • Leads, loads, lunges, wears a saddle, and stands for grooming, hoof picking and farrier.
  • Would excel at: Eventing, Show Jumping, Dressage, Fox hunting
  • By Diktator VD Boslandhoeve (Argentinus, Capitol) out of Lady Carthago (Lascadell x Kleo I)

Thor is a very serious little guy. He is very respectful of his people and enjoys showing off his gaits both in hand and during free schools in the arenas. He is a relaxed and confident colt who notices everything but handles new things with a calm and inquisitive nature. We look forward to getting to know this cool colt better! He was spectacular for his in hand training as a two year old and paid little mind to new equipment. He enjoyed walking over cross country obstacles and quickly gained confidence leading over logs, up and down banks, ditches and into water. He will be started under saddle next year!

Caïro of Housie Z (barn name: Caïro) #PyroCaïro

  • June 2, 2021 bay Zangersheide colt
  • Leads, loads, and stands for grooming, hoof picking and farrier.
  • Would excel at: Eventing, Show Jumping, Dressage, Fox hunting
  • By Caribis Z (Carthago Z, Canabis Z) out of Helena Van Het Heihof (Argentinus x Saygon)

Caïro is a kind and lovely type. He is finely built but should finish around 16.2 hands. He is very quick to pick up new skills and very trusting of people. He does possess a bit of a cheeky nature that will serve him well for sport! We are so excited to continue to get to know little Caïro!

SRF Ferrero Rocher (barn name: Farrah) #FeralFarrah

  • July 12, 2022 dun Connemara x thoroughbred filly
  • Leads, can be groomed and hoof picked
  • Would excel at: Eventing, Show Jumping, Dressage, Fox hunting
  • By Redtail Achiever out of Fernhill Enuff Dun

Farrah is a kind cheeky little lady! Like most foals, she seems to always be itchy and loves a good scritch from her people. She happily leads and is comfortable letting her feet be picked up by people. She gets some daily zoomies and loves showing off her gallop in the arena. She is bold and independent and at only 4 months old, prefers the company of her broodmare friends to her mum at times! We are excited to watch this babe grow up!

Ownership Opportunities

Have you ever considered owning a horse, but been daunted by the responsibility or the work involved? A horse is not the same as a puppy! Sport Horses are the "professional athletes" of the horse world. They are incredibly intelligent, immeasurably athletic, and desire a tailored regimen to perform at their peak, just like human athletes. The experience of following a talented horse through the levels of competition is breathtaking, thrilling, rewarding, and exhilarating! As an owner, you can be as involved as you like; whether that is choosing the horse to buy and engaging in the day to day training or simply coming to the competitions in your party dress to watch your horse compete! If you want more information on becoming a vital member of the C. A. Eventing team or an owner of a specific horse, do not hesitate to contact Cathryn directly at (931) 249-0928 or by email at [email protected]

Broodmares

Capaill Uisca (barn name: Turtle)

Redtail Radiance (barn name: Izzy)

Coin Toss (barn name: Chance)

  • 2002 bay thoroughbred gelding
  • USEA Gold Medal winner at Preliminary
  • USEF 3* Three-Day Eventing Champion
  • Multiple Intermediate Three-Day Eventing wins
  • USDF Bronze Medal Winner
  • USDF Silver Medal Scorer at the Prix St George level
  • By Won Song out of Lilly Loredo

Chance was Cathryn's long time partner. Together they conquered both Eventing and Dressage arenas. Cathryn produced Chance from the beginning, introducing him to the sport of Eventing at the lowest levels as a 6 year old and the partnership developed to the peak of the sport with wins at every level along the way. Chance taught Cathryn that producing a horse was about training and developing the horse as well as partnering and nurturing their individuality. Chance retired from Eventing in 2017 to take up a career in Dressage. Despite being a thoroughbred, Chance competed against some of the best bred and most quality moving sporthorses to achieve all the scores needed for the USDF Bronze medal and all but one score for the USDF Silver medal. In September 2020, Chance was retired full time. He has given Cathryn everything and owes nothing. He was pampered and loved the rest of his days at Stony River Farm. He enjoyed weekly long hacks and lots of extra treats! In November 2021 Chance suffered hyperextension injuries due to Degenerative Tendon Disease and he was put down before he spent any days in pain. He now runs free in the beautiful meadows of the clouds in good company.

Want help selling your horse?

C. A. Eventing prides itself in creating successful partnerships between horse and rider. Cathryn cannot stress enough that riding is too expensive and too much work to not love every minute of it. If you and your horse aren't clicking, let's fix it! Life is too short to wait. Selling your horse doesn't mean there is anything wrong with you or with the horse! It's okay that you guys aren't perfect for each other. There is a horse for everyone and a person for every horse. Contact us to get started!


SOLD: Reuben on Rye

"Rye" was a delightful young horse that started his Event horse training with C. A. Eventing. He was sold to an adult rider who has fallen in love with him. They have been successfully eventing together and we are excited to see their partnership continue to develop!


SOLD: Thumbelina's Wings

"Lina" was one of our absolute favorite off the track thoroughbreds. She had such a strong desire to please and passion for jumping. Lina has found an amazing new partnership with her new owner and we are so excited for their adventures together!

Sold: Taphouse

"Hops" was a one-of-a-kind 2016 16.0 hand bay unraced thoroughbred gelding that joined the C. A. Eventing team in 2019 to be restarted for eventing. He absolutely thrived in his off the track life and really came out of his shell. He was a barn favorite with us and his selling was a bitter sweet good bye. We are all so thrilled for his new owner, Amanda, and we cannot wait to see the dreams they achieve together!

Sold: La Bocca

2002 15.1 hand bay dutch warmblood cross mare with years of fox hunting and eventing experience has found her next partner! A young rider will enjoy learning and competing with Bocca!

Sold: TwoTwenty "Bentley"

2013 16.1 hand bay thoroughbred gelding with training and experience through the beginner novice level with scope to continue climbing the levels with his new rider. He sold to an adult rider Fall of 2018 and will continue eventing with his new teammate!

Sold: The Game's Afoot

2012 17 hand chestnut thoroughbred gelding restarted from the track. He competed at recognized events beginner novice through the training level successfully, and has wins at first level in dressage, as well as wins in 1m schooling jumper classes. He was sold in Spring of 2017 to a young rider who is pursuing a career in the hunter jumper arena.

Sold: Knightly Rider

2008 16 hand bay thoroughbred gelding with experience eventing at beginner novice with a young rider. He sold to a family to be their "first horse" for both kids and mom to learn how to ride.

Sold: Pebbles N Pearls

2007 12.2 hand dapple gray shetland pony mare with eventing experience at recognized beginner novice and schooling .80m jumper competitions. She sold to an amazing family as the daughter's first riding pony.

Sold: Willoughby

2005 16.1 hand paint/thoroughbred cross chestnut gelding with a second place finish at novice and several placings at beginner novice. He sold to a wonderful family to be their grandkid's first horse to love and learn to ride.