Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: State College, PA
She will be at the Huntingdon Horseman's show on Sunday this weekend. She is still a baby so she has her moments but overall she's a pretty steady filly. She has a motor in the trunk and is very athletic but she's not hot. Her biggest thing is that she's still green so she is sensitive and gets a little tense and prancy if she's confused so if you sat her on her butt hard or got too heavy handed with her then she might hop around but she does not buck or rear by nature. She is not overly spooky but she's not a dead head either. She will occasionally scoot or stop and snort at things but that's about it. I don't have any other videos of her other than what's in the last video but I could get you some. She is a really neat filly and can go any direction. We have been jumping her a little bit, she has trail ridden through fields and woods but doesn't have a lot of road experience. She loves to help herd the horses in from the back pasture, we're doing baby neck reining stuff with her and she has seen cows but is still not sure about them haha. Doesn't mind dogs and has a lot of ground work on her. The rider on her in the video is about 5'5. She's a smaller, compact bodied mare but she takes up some leg and can carry a small/average adult pretty easily. She will also probably fill out and bulk up as she matures as she is still in the narrower baby stage. She could eventually be the ultimate all around pony. She could go english or western, she's quick enough that with some training she could also do some gaming, horsemanship, penning or reining. I will get some video of her this weekend.