So, I found a horse that I might consider... Here is some info. About her:::
12yr old Morgan X mare. She is rideable but needs somene with more time, would make excellent teen project or carriage horse. Great with feet and up to date on worming. She does do fine under bareback and with a saddle but needs time and patience. She also likes women more then men. She has never bucked,bolted or reared on me but does snort and is unsure about things. If you are willing to put the work into her she would be good for you. Someone hurt her a long timie ago and she doesnt trust easily. She is not mean or bad just leary...she would be good for anything as long as time and patience is invloved. She would be a one person horse for a bit. A soft hand is better for her A harse hand would be very bad. It really depends on you whether she would need a trainer .....she has had stuff done with her before I got her but I don't know how much....with me only round pen work(riding) and walks down the road (not riding). I didnt get much info on her....I do know she has had a foal. She is great with her feet and you can put fly spray on her. She has never had any issues when I have had her, she trailers well. I have never taken her out on trails. I originally bought her for my kids but they arent interested in her and I can only ride so many horses. She is also up to date on her feet and also worming. As I do both. She has never had shoes on and I don't think she needs them....nice blk hard feet. I know she lunges to the left and stands for saddles, a little finicky with her ears...just go slow....takes the bit too. Time is what she needs and I don't have it. So she is the one who would like to go to a new home.
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I really like her, and I am attending high school next year, so she will still get lots of attention and patience from me... Do you think its a good idea??
I am 13 yrs old, and I have been riding for 5 years. I really want a horse that needs work, so I can work on her for awhile...
I emailed and asked how tall she is... still waiting on a response.
Here are some pictures as well::
Tell me what you guys think of her :)
PS:: I really want a mare, cause if she was ever injured or went lame, I could sell her as a broodmare, as a gelding would be alot harder to sell..