Have no idea about her pedigree, barley glanced at it, getting a look at her told me what I needed to know. And as far as western pleasure, reigning, trail riding, saddle seat (whatever the hell that is, all I thought it was the seat in my saddle), or any other funky horse contest you can think of, well I have no idea either, much less what judges want to see. The only thing I have ever used horses for were working cow horses, and if you own that horse I am jealous and am sitting here trying to figuring out a way I can come to the U.S. To beg borrow or steal her off you. If you are planning to buy her and DON”T you need to be slapped. That’s a fine piece of horse right there.
Well, I have five horses on my property right now (two are my own) so I won't be buying her now...but I really like her! Just wanted to see what you guys thought of something like this...in the future I would like to buy a young pleasure prospect.
It's hard to tell that young, honestly. You can tell a lot about how a horse will turn out as an adult, but just like humans- a lot can happen. I really love her trot, I think it has a very nice consistency to it and a lot of free movement. She seems to have the making of a level head, which is good. Her sire seems to have produced some nice horses and he himself has a nice show record. But it takes two make a foal, so the sire is only half of it. And since the dam has no record and no performers to date, as it states. I would be a little skeptical, personally. But you never know. Other than that I think she seems like a nice filly.