Our Horses

At EVT our barn isn’t full of your typical burned out and lazy “school horses”, but instead, we stock our stalls with enthusiastic “performance horses”.  We believe these are the horses that will help teach riders to be the most adaptable, confident, and experienced riders possible.

Scat Man


by King of Scat (Eastern Echo – Jazzy), out of Ms Tallchief (Eminency – Blint)

Foaled in 2002, 16.2hh Thoroughbred gelding.  This OTTB (off the track Thoroughbred) earned $65,680 during his career on the racetrack, with 16 starts: 4 first place finishes, and 8 second place finishes.  In his second career as a sporthorse he is excelling in an eventing career.  This horse is incredibly brave and has a tremendous amount of scope over fences and impressive speed on the cross country field.  Scat Man is our alpha horse, yet he has a very kind and playful personality and enthusiastically performs any task given to him at 110% effort.

Brenner 2

Sentimental Journey (AKA “Sir Brenner”)

Foaled in 1991, 16hh Thoroughbred gelding.  Brenner is a non-raced Thoroughbred and is a young twenty-something horse because of his light use in his first career as a dressage show horse.  His specialty is still dressage, but he enjoys jumping as well.  He is a wonderful caretaker of our beginner children riders and has been a part of the Eagle View Training program since 2007.


 SPECIAL HEAT (AKA “Fuego del Corazon”)

by Special Show (Special Effort – Flaunt It), out of Georgia Heat (White Heat Two- Georgia Charger)

Foaled in 2001, 16.1hh Appendix gelding.  Fuego is an incredibly kind horse with an easy going personality.  He takes great care of his rider and is very versatile in his disciplines.  Fuego neck reins and does well with cattle work, barrel racing, gymkhanas, and trail rides.  He is also a beautiful mover in English and Western dressage, and is a solid jumper as well.  Fuego has quite the impressive bloodline known for speed.  His great grandsire on top is the American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Easy Jet, whose earnings on the racetrack were $445,721.00 (approximately $2,748,800 as of 2017).  Four generations back on his sire’s side is the undefeated Thoroughbred racehorse Raise A Native, who was named 1963 champion two-year-old colt and called “the most influential sire of American Thoroughbred stallions over the last 20 years” by The New York Times.

Lena Dot Quixote (AKA: Lil’ Pistol Lena)

                                                    by Hey Whoa O Lena (Billy Black Chex – Corina O Lena),                                                  out of Poco Dot Quixote (Lean Mean Cowmachine – Delhi Dot)

Foaled in 2008, 15.1hh Quarter Horse mare.  Lena has a very sweet personality and is the least “mareish” mare we have met. She has beautiful conformation, is incredibly smart, and has a very willing attitude.  Lena is used for mounted shooting, cattle sorting, and team penning events.  Lena has some impressive bloodlines that include Poco Lena and Doc O’Lena, who were both inducted into the AQHA and NCHA Halls of Fame; and Doc Bar who became one of the most influential sires of cutting horses ever known, was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame, and chosen as number two on their list of top ten ranch horse bloodlines by Western Horseman magazine.