The Blazer Horse was deveolped over a period of years by Neil Hinck from Star, Idaho. The result of his dream to breed a smart, strong, easy-moving and gentle working horse was a stallion he named Little Blaze.
The bred began in the late 1950’s and Little Blaze became the foundation sire, he lived to be 39 years old.
To be registered as a Blazer Horse, (even today) the horse must have at least one registered parent with a documented line to Little Blaze.
The Blazer is a low maintenance & highly adaptable horse who seems to excel at everything they try. Every horse that is registered as Blazer is scrutinized by a team from the registry & no horse is registered before age two.
Average height 13 – 15 hands
They are bred to exact muscle placement – length of back, length of cannon bone, and other characteristics that maximize its usefulness.
Blazer Horses must have a solid coat color with dark under-laying skin. Spotted coat patterns (appaloosa, pinto & roan) are not accepted into the registry.
black | chestnut | bay | dun | buckskin & palomino
Gentle & willing