I'm still really dissapointed about Moo Cow being sold, but I'm still looking! I have a few more prospects for you guys to look at. I personally don't find any of them as good as Moo, but they're acceptable, in price range, and from what I can see, fairly good prospects. I'll point out the flaws that I see, and if you see anything else or agree with me, just let me know!
We're looking for an advanced beginner (capable of control at trot)/intermediate lesson horse who can work 7-12 hours every week, is an easy feeder, and is trained in a walk, trot, canter, sidepass, backing, is willing to work poles, and change leads. I am willing to work with horses at sidepassing and lead changing over the summe since I have extra time on my hands and no mount at the moment, but would like them to be well versed in the walk trot and canter already, as well as backing and poles.
The first horse that I found is Star, a nine year old 14.3hh unregistered QH. In her video there is quite a bit of ground work and she seems absolutely wonderful as far as that goes, but I didn't really see much under saddle. I've requested more videos of her riding. She seems kid friendly if she checks out well at the trot and canter (I saw very little of either of those) and looks to be a bit on her forehand but an easy mover.
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1691926 - Star
I'm still looking so I'll let you guys know x]