Selling May 14, 2022 at

TOUCH OF CLASS sale

in Saskatoon

BAILEY

Bailey is a once in a lifetime kind of horse!! She is a package of talent. English, western or bareback, she is incredibly gentle with the go when required. Bailey is friendly, easy to catch, middle of the herd and well socialized.

Bailey is a grade mare standing 15 HH and coming 8 years old. She is home raised and ready to find her forever home. Since having her, I’ve had her teeth done and kept up with regular farrier and osteopathic work. She has been vaccinated 4 way. Record of her negative Coggins test is available. She does not require any maintenance and is a very easy keeper.

On the ground, she’s very well mannered. She loads, leads, stands, baths, clips and ties very nicely.

Under saddle, she has no spook, buck, bolt or rear to her. She’s about as quiet and soft as they come.

Bailey has aced obstacle challenges, cattle work, hunter/jumper rings and trails. She handles all obstacles presented to her with ease. She’s got a soft start on liberty, barrels, poles and roping. Rides nicely solo or in a group.

Bailey can turn it in when asked and would excel competing further in hunter / jumper rings, barrels, poles or roping.

Bailey has all the bells and whistles. She’s a pleasure to be around and will fulfill anyones dreams of any riding ability.

Dakota

Looks will get you noticed! Dakota is friendly, easy to catch, middle of the herd and well socialized.

Dakota stands 15HH and is a coming 8 year old grade “dunalino” gelding. He is out of a registered QH sire- Mitos sunlight. Dakotas grand sire, Mitos Perfection, is a world champion ABRA Weanling stallion. He has AQHA halter and performance points. Many of his foals have been futurity champions.

He is home raised and looking for his forever home. Since having him, I’ve had his teeth done and kept up with regular farrier and osteopathic work. He does not require any maintenance and is a very easy keeper.

On the ground, Dakota leads, loads, stands, bathes, clips and ties nicely.

Dakota has had lots of ground work done as a youngster. He has spent plenty of time in tie and box stalls.

Responsive and soft in a halter or bosal and has all the speed needed when asked.

He was started a bit late, but has had lots of outside miles, been around cattle and begun to track hot heels in the roping pen.

Cohen

Looks, build and mind – Cohen has it all! He’s friendly, easy to catch and sits top of the herd.

Cohen stands 15.3HH and is coming 6 years old. He is out of a black Percheron dam and registered QH sire- Mitos sunlight. Cohens grand sire, Mitos Perfection, is a world champion ABRA Weanling stallion. He has AQHA halter and performance points. Many of his foals have been futurity champions.

Cohen is home raised and looking for his forever home. Since owning him, I’ve had his teeth done and kept up with regular farrier and osteopathic work. He does not require any maintenance and is a very easy keeper.

On the ground, Cohen is very well mannered. He leads, loads, stands and ties nicely.

Under saddle, he is a complete gentleman. He’s an athletic work horse that would excel in any discipline you desire and get you noticed doing so. Big boned, great feet, stout and put together just right.

Cohen was handled as a yearling and progressed in to some liberty obstacles and ground work as a 2yr old. Started and lightly trail rode alone and with others as a 3 yr old. Introduced briefly to harness and rope work as a 4 yr old. He was gelded at 5.

Riley Harvie put two months of professional training on him this winter. he has performed well in ranch rodeos, on trails, over obstacles and bridleless riding

He has been well started on both the head and heel side in the rope box.

Give him a moment to think about things and he takes on every request that is asked of him.

Cohen is best suited for an advanced intermediate rider.

Rango

If sure footed and sharp looks is your thing – look no further! Rango is sure to turn some heads.

Rango is a 6 yr old 14.3HH grade QH gelding. He’s friendly, easy to catch, middle of the herd and well socialized.

Rango was purchased just over a year ago as a green ranch prospect. He’s spent the last two months with Riley Harvie for professional training. Since owning him, I’ve had his teeth done and kept up with regular farrier and osteopathic work. He does not require any maintenance and is a very easy keeper.

On the ground, he’s very well mannered. He leads, loads, stands and ties nicely.

Under saddle, he responds beautifully when asked with a soft hand. He’s been rode around the ranch a bunch and has been in the branding pen as well as ranch roped off in the arena. Has also tracked & roped the hot heels a bunch this winter.

He’s a curious and willing type with the mind to take on new tasks easily.

Rango is best suited to an experienced rider able to show him the way forward with confidence.

PUPPIES

Magz Pups - 2022

They’ve arrived! Our latest litter is here.

Stay tuned for more information and pictures, coming soon!

EQUINE

Here at Navajo Farm we pride ourselves in working with our horses to create a solid, well mannered working partner. Taking the time to do what’s required to develop a soft and clear connection.

A good mind starts with a great breeding foundation . Superb manners develop with time spent.

 

Welcome

to Navajo Farm

Thanks for stopping by! Here at Navajo Farm, our love of animals shows. We pride ourselves in working with our horses to create a solid, well mannered working partner and our Great Dane/Mastiff pups temperament and personality shines, with continued traits, passed on down generations.

Some of our

happy owners

Hello, I just wanted to contact you and Thank You. We got our two male puppies from the March 10th litter. They have been, quite honestly, an absolute joy. Both Erebus and Talon are happy, perceptive and easygoing. I have gotten compliments on everything from their shiny coats, how well socialized they are, how friendly they are, how well they get along with each other, how good they are with other animals (our cats love them btw) and people. When last at the Vet, both the Vet and the receptionists made a special point to say how nice it was to see large breeds that were so social and calm. Obedience class was a small challenge but that was due to 10% Raging teenage hormones meant that they were too distracted being amorous and 10% logistics as I had to train them separately and 80% me just not picking up the sequences and commands quickly enough so not “training” them well. So, I am are starting them with private lessons in November. In addition, they will be going to daycare for ½ a day a week where they will get training from the instructors directly.
My husband takes great pleasure in the fact that when we take them to the different off-leash areas around the river valley, no matter what they are doing, they will come when called, with almost no training nor hard work to get them to do that.
They are also great watch dogs. They hear everything and are alert and scary looking when they need to be.
At 7 months Talon is app. 120 lbs and Erebus 98. Talon is perhaps not the smartest pup and can be stubborn (to get him to move off the couch can be hard work if he’s not wanting to move) but he has a heart of gold, is sensitive and is aware of human emotions like a mind reader. Erebus is sometimes a bit sneaky, probably because he is so smart. He is also very agile, athletic and is a huge lovebug (and thankfully not stubborn). They play fight often and I have only had one time that things suddenly got fierce (due to a shift in power) but I was eventually able to get them apart. As much as I found it rather scary the power dynamic seems more natural and their play fighting much less intense.
All this to say that they are very loved and appreciated. And we are very thankful that you …orchestrated such lovely beings : )
One thing- I am not a fan of dressing dogs up normally but the one pic is for my youngest daughter who could not be home for her Birthday, and she adores the pups.

“We adopted Delylah last fall and she has been such an amazing addition to our family! She practically trains herself – I hung bells on our backdoor so she could let us know when she wants out and she figured it out, without any help, within days of coming home. She also sits patiently at the door (even when it’s open) for us to check her paws and make sure they are clean. We started kennel training her and all we have to do is say ‘kennel’ and she puts herself in. She is amazing with our kids (aged 9 and 11) and other dogs and the biggest sweetheart! We get compliments everytime we take her out, about how beautiful she is. We kinda want another one! ;)”

“Yes, I am Janet’s brother which leaves me a little partial to this mixed large breed that she has been raising with for twenty years. In this time I have seen many different litters go to loving homes with very happy results and have always loved the temperament and good health these dogs consistently maintain. I have a 1 1/2 year old male named Remi and I have never had a better, easier to train dog! He is so much his own character and loves to play – definitely keeps me laughing! They are very intelligent and adapt to new situations very quickly. They are also very loyal and affectionate – the smaller children can climb all over him and he accepts it all without blinking. Put the time into these dogs and you will have a great very devoted family companion for life!”

“Hi! I thought we would give a pupdate on one of your brood. At almost 8 months old, she is 95 lbs. She is THE MOST social animal on the planet. Her favorite place is the off leash dog park, not because of the dogs. Oh no, she likes being able to run up to all the humans who tell her how pretty and nice she is. She is wonderful with our cats and other people’s cats. I think we’ve only heard her bark 8 times since getting her and the older she gets, the more cuddly she gets. She’s pretty much perfect for us. We could not be happier! Thank you!”

Hello. My name is Erin and I’m writing to you from Newfoundland. Two years ago, my boyfriend and I lost our adopted dog (diesel) to illness very suddenly. To say we were devastated is an understatement. A few months after we lost Diesel, Justin began looking for a new dog for our family. He came across your ad and immediately took to one in particular, “brownie”. Unbeknownst to me, Justin flew to Alberta to get me this dog as a surprise, as he knew how sad I was after diesel passed. When I walked in the door and saw DJ on his puppy bed, I burst into tears because I was so happy. We renamed him “DJ” (yes, for diesel junior lol) and he is the sweetest and most lovable dog we could ever hope for. He has brought so much happiness to our home. Everyone who meets him comments on his appearance (he’s a brown/black brindle) and his sweet disposition. Please know your dog is loved beyond measure and treasured dearly and that when we move to a bigger home with a bigger property, we will most definitely getting another puppy from you.
Sincerely,
Erin.