I will say that their Shire stallion is a nice horse; however of course they also stand a Clydesdale with a positively ridiculous topline and a totally mediocre should-have-been-a-gelding black and white tobiano APHA stallion.
I do not pretend to be an expert on the Clydesdale breed. My experience with them is limited to taking many lessons as a little 'un on a Clydes/QH cross so broad that my feet basically stuck straight out to the side and I was unable to reach past the saddle flap with my legs, so I basically booted the saddle a lot and he rubbernecked me into the middle of the arena and stopped. But seriously, I am pretty sure that old schoolie was put together better than the thing at the left.
But hey, you can buy him and his shitty feet for only $2500! Or for another $2500, you can buy a piece-of-shit, downhill, straight shoulder fugly overo in foal to him. Joyous.
In case you thought it was over - you KNOW what's coming next, don't you? She breeds dogs too! ALL KINDS of DOGS. Everything from Min Pins to Pugs to Cane Corsos, best known for various incidents of mauling people all over the U.S. She is selling EIGHT DIFFERENT BREEDS. Of course she is. And not a WORD on the site about maybe the Cane Corso is a dog for experienced handlers only. Oh, hell no. Instead, she has a small child cuddling up to it as though it were the best family dog on earth. The Cane Corso is a dog for anybody who has a Visa card! Comes complete with a Chihuahua puppy it can eat as a snack on the way home. (Yeah, yeah, I know I'm going to hear from 2 of you who have snuggly sweet Cane Corsos and are angry at me for being a breedist. Whatever. You show me as many stories about a Golden Retriever severely mauling someone, and I'll back off.)