And, this is Flight of Fancy (Wonder), 11 yo TB Mare. Perfect dressage mare! ~*MUST SELL*~DRASTIC PRICE REDUCE | Buy this Horse at Equine.com
Owner says: "She is super quiet, very forgiving, and is great for beginner riders, I've had a beginner teen up on her and she's such a champ. My mom also rides her (she's intermed.) and loves her. She has the smoothest canter and is a real confidence booster. She's easy to get in a frame, and would be perfect as a low level dressage horse. She's great on the ground, likes to be groomed, but can be a little touchy (the only thing she will do will shake her head and make faces if she doesn't like something). She's great for clipping, doesn't even need to be tied to do so. Good for braiding, several of the shows I have taken her to have required braiding, and she's fine for that. Great for trailering, great at shows. Good for vet/blacksmith. She's an all around great horse, and for what you're telling me you would need, she sounds perfect. She can do the dressage, she can do any flat class, she can jump, she just needs someone to ride her and give her confidence to the fences. She had a few starts racing, but she didn't do well, so they "retired" her. I have all her jockey club papers. She's never taken a wrong step since I've had her. The only real lameness I can think of is when she lost a shoe, and once it was put back on, she was fine. We have her shoed with only front shoes, and she goes fine like that. She rides fine alone or with others in the ring, no kicking or biting etc. We have her on stall board, where she's in at night and out during the day. She lunges well, and I'm sure she would do fine on a lunge line lesson. She would be fine as a lesson horse, in fact, before I got her I was told she was in a lesson program."
She seems to be tossing her head a bit in the video... YouTube - KelseyLynneK's Channel