"My Lady Livermore"-Registered Throroughbred filly, never raced.
My Lady Livermore Thoroughbred
Sunny will be three in April. She is around sixteen hands right now, and still plenty more growing to do. Both of her parents were sixteen hands.
She leads well, but can be pushy occasionally. She picks up all four feet with the command "lift", and the farrier loves her. She cross ties well, but can be a little fidgity in a straight tie. I have only bathed her a few times, but she has done well each time. She does great for fly spray. I have never clipped her. She can be brushed/touched all over. She does fine with wormer, but needs comfort when getting vaccinations as it does frighten her a touch.
Sunny knows the minimal basics about lunging. She understands to go in a circle, and usually stops on command. She can be finicky about going clockwise.
Sunny is a pro at being saddled, and is almost a pro at bridling. She stands to have boots put on her legs. I have only been on Sunny(all of my weight) three times. The last time, she was led with me on her in a 30-foot circle, and she didn't bat an eyelash. The other times I have just practiced putting my feet in the stirrups, rubbing her while on, shifting the saddle, etc. She has never offered a buck or anything when being trained to saddle. However, she is not to be considered "broke" or "green broke." She is fine with her bit, but has not been "bit-trained."
She has beautiful, floaty gaits. He trot screams dressage.
She does have long pasterns, and she is very slightly cowhocked.
Sunny is located in the southeast US.
If I left something out, let me know. I've tried to include all of her negative attributes.
So what do you guys think?
From July and earlier. She has gotten much taller, but these are the only conformational shots I have. At the moment she is downhill.