We live in MD but she can be trailered very easily. We brought her to MD from KY last year with no issues. We can trailer her on the east coast for a buyer as well.
Her gait has been described as if she was "floating on a cloud". Very very nice mover. She gets along great with other mares, geldings and mini's. She is not the dominant mare type at all. Easy going.
Stands for farrier, brushing, longes in roundpen, stalls fine, etc. Trailers just fine, even long distances don't bother her. Very easy keeper.
She has been ridden on trails over various terrain with no issues. She has been ridden western but being this young, there should be no issues with riding her english. She split reins.
I have been working with her doing natural horsemanship ground work and she responds quickly & learns fast. I have been impressed with how fast she learns what you are asking her to do.
She hasnt been ridden in a few months. I have a back injury and my balance is way off & I don't feel that I can safely ride anymore without further injury to my spine. I will no longer be riding horses. My husband already has "his boy" so sadly, this young beauty needs to find a new home.
She is an intermediate horse because of her age.
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