Two Year Old Mount?
Alright, I have a two year old Quarter Horse filly. I'm really looking only sit on her and walk her around. I believe I shouldn't trot her around or anything further until I get her knee joints check. I'm trying to get a tad *green* so I can take her and sell her. She isn't what I need.
Now would sitting on her and walking her be okay? She is in very good weight, round belly and thick shoulders and hind quarters. She's about...15.1hh, still a little rump high from a growth spurt. I'm 5'7 and weight 134 pounds. What are your thoughts? I was trying to sell her a long time ago, and never went through with a sell. Reasons I won't get into. She's hard enough to sell as is, A vet told me she has locking patella's? He said nothing to worry about, can't be fixed but you can unlock her legs. He said if she locks during a ride, either gently back her up or dismount and back her until it unlocks. She will be a very hard one to sell, I'm thinking of just selling her to someone who can care for her and provide for medical care.
Back to my question, What do y'all think of me just sitting on her and possibly walking her about in a round pen?