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        05-27-2010, 03:35 PM
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    Looking for dead/child broke shetland or cross to carry adult 105lbs for trails

    I am looking for a dead broke child safe NOT PUSHY OR FAST MOVING shetland or shetland cross around 11hh up to 13hh for petite adult female rather timid rider (That's me) to ride around my ranch and trail ride safely with no funny business. Also must be safe for small children to handle, groom pick up feet must have good solid feet and be able to carry 105 lbs on trail rides safely without causing injury or foot issues foundering so must be stocky and solid for this weight. No biting bucking rearing bolting, etc. Prefer one for walk trot with lazy canter...prefers jumping a plus but not neccessary. Must be easy to handle and trailer and I don't want one with the usual pony attitude...I want mellow and easy going and not pushy or dominating especially around kids but must not fear adults ( I read that some do prefer kids and are afraid of adults).
    Must be older than 12 yrs and under 20 yrs healthy no back issues or lameness. I am a current horse owner of a 16hh TB with trainer but need something I can ride around my property (9 acre ranch) and trail ride which can't do with my TB. Call me 818-679-0844 if you have anything that meets this description...sort of looking for a "pony party" safe pony.
         

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