The lady that has her lives about 3 miles down the road from me. I've always admired her horses, she shows minis and paints and they are all just beautiful and well mannered. She's older and has decided to thin her herd since it's getting harder for her to care for everyone, she has over 100 horses on 300 acres. I have actually seen this pony in the pasture before and had no clue she was older because she looks young. I've always liked her look, she's a deep blue roan and just cute as can be, very slender and dainty, not fat and with the poofy mane most seem to have. When I heard she was cutting back I stopped by just to ask about that pony and was so excited to hear she was kid safe and for sale, then she told me about her eye. I know one eyed horses do very well and can function and ride just fine, but would this be a good choice for a young child? We don't plan on letting her ride alone ever...it will always be on a lunge line or in a round pen until her skills sharpen...and she will never be alone with her loose or tied since she still is learning how to act around horses. Anyone have one eyed horses that can maybe offer a little insight or advice? I'd love to have her, but I want what would be best for my daugther also.