Weekly Sales Circuit: Fox View Farm

Whether you’re currently in the market for a new horse, casually thinking about your next partner, or creating a wish list of your dream horses, read on for some horses for sale that we love.

Featured this week are sale horses from Fox View Farm. Fox View Farm is based in Bahama, NC with an additional location in Southern Pines, NC.  It is owned and managed by sisters Laura Gaither Ulrich and Christina Gaither Webb, incorporating showing and training programs as well as a top-notch Warmblood breeding program.  Horses are available from yearlings to showing at Grand Prix level — there’s no shortage of talent here!

What horse would you add to your shopping list from Fox View Farm?

Click on each horse’s photo to view their listing in further detail.

Philadelphia 54

Photo by ESI.

2007 16.2h Dutch Warmblood mare by VDL Empire.  Imported by FVF in 2015 and has shown up to win every single year. Successful for pros and non-pros alike with 2018 results that include 1.40m Stake ribbons, back-to-back Jr/AO tricolors at Blowing Rock, Jr/AO Championships and Classic wins at Tryon, and much more. Prior to import, won Global Champions Amateur CSI class on the field at Hamburg and escorted said amateur from 1.30m to first Grand Prix. Sweet and affectionate, and not your typical mare. Forward-thinking, brave, and forgiving, and has never stopped at a jump. Stellar opportunity for accomplished riders seeking money-winning results in the Stakes and Prix classes, or an extra scopey veteran with all the right experience for juniors coming along at the lower levels.

FVF Victor

Photo by JXB Photography.

2013 16.1h Dutch Warmblood gelding by C. Quito. Outstanding young talent with plenty of scope to get excited about; winner through 1.05m, schooling through 1.15, and won repeatedly at 0.85m/0.95m in his debut season as a 5 year old. Careful and clever jumping style and a remarkably athletic canter that speaks to serious future ability. Green but fun to ride, good-minded at home and at shows, and suitable for an educated amateur. Bred by Fox View and developed slowly, carefully, and correctly to prepare him for all the opportunities you have to offer. Everything sought in an upper-level candidate and ready to get serious.


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2010 16.3h Hungarian Warmblood mare by Landprinz. Rising Grand Prix star with top style and proven scope. Imported from Europe in 2017 with all the right experience and wasted no time finding her groove in the States. Excellent prizes in her first Grand Prix season (2018), including ribbons in $20k-$50K classes at Duke and Culpeper, and ribbons in all four $25K Grand Prix classes entered at 2019 Venice Equestrian Tour. Scopey, smart and quick with great agility. Wants to go clean and wants to win. Very dependable and a thrill to enter the ring on. Suitable for riders moving up the Jr/AO ranks or keep her on track for a lucrative 1.40m-1.50m career.


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2008 16h Oldenburg mare by Lex Lugar. Outstanding Jr/Am Jumper fresh off the Low Jr/AO Jumper Circuit Championship at 2019 Venice Equestrian Tour. Stellar record also includes $25K Grand Prix ribbons and consistent Jr/AO tricolors from 2017 to now. Powerhouse of scope, bravery and technique, and always a threat in the jump-offs. Forward-thinking and fast with cat-like reflexes, tight turns, and a fantastic gallop over open ground. Loads of fun and incredibly successful for riders that like a bit of blood. Always in contention for the win, even when you’re not trying!

For more information about Fox View Farm, click here and be sure to “like” and follow the farm on Facebook.

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