Her mom is a Leopard Appaloosa (she is unregistered because we got her at a sale barn) and her father is a registered white Bay Appaloosa (he has darker almost gray and black face spots, legs, mane, and tail).
Her colors are changing by the day. She is not registered because her mother was from a sale barn. She has shed out her winter coat and looks white with a few brownish-grey spots; I believe she might look like her father when she is done changing color. She is going to take after her mom in size, which is 16 hands and the father is 17 hands. She is up to date on shots, worming, and cogins. She is broke to ride and has been on 3 trail rides already and has done better than most horses that were experienced. She is also broke to using spurs, you my chose to use them or not but I use them early so they are not scared of them. She has a great disposition and will already follow you anywhere. She has been broke to lead at a very young age, most of the time you don't even need a halter and lead, she will just follow you. She has been broke to stand tied, even tied to a trailer. I have worked extensively with her with numerous objects to break her from spooking, such as crushing cans and desensitizing her to objects like potato sacks, blankets (including saddle blankets), and other materials of all kinds. She stands great while getting her feet trimmed and stands well when being groomed without being tied. She loads into trailers real easy. Pick up only please.
The first picture is of her when she was a yearling, the second is of her this spring right before she shed her winter coat, and the third is of her just today (She is a little muddy due to the rain we have had and will have better pics available soon.), the fourth pic is of her with my sister riding her the day we broke her, I can also provide video of my sister riding her if needed. The last is me on her on her second trail ride. If you would like more pictures please contact me via email: email@example.com.