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Fiji is an Arabian/Peruvian Paso mare. She is 10 years old and bay with a large white star,and a beautiful thick mane/tail taking after her Peruvian side. Fiji is very well started. She can be ridden english or western and I have ridden her a few times bareback. She has 3 nice gaits. Her canter is very smooth and so fun to ride. She has had beginning western pleasure training as well as beginning classical dressage training. She lowers her head nicely at the walk and is working on it at the trot. No vices,up to date on de-wormer,and hoof trims. Fiji is about 14.1-14.2 hands. She does not need shoes. She has been started on lateral movements at the walk and trot,she backs,does haunch turns,etc. She bathes,clips,ties,loads,etc. Fiji is a lot of fun to ride,but she does need a more experienced rider. She would be perfect for an older intermediate child or a small adult. Fiji will need to be worked consistently to continue her training. She would be great for a kid's dressage horse,western pleasure horse,4-h,endurance,or just pleasure riding even. She is a great prospect to go in many directions. Fiji can be ridden in a snaffle or preferably a bosal or indian bosal. If you would like I will give you her current indian bosal at no extra charge. She works nicely in it. I would also be willing to pay for 2 classical dressage lesson from my amazing trainer so you can learn what she has been working on and how to communicate with her in a way that will benefit you both. I am selling Fiji to save for a horse of a breed more suitable to what I would like to do. I am asking $2,000 for her which will include her bosal and 2 classical dressage lessons. I would really like to find her the right match.Fiji is a very sweet horse and will make someone a great partner. Come and ride her and see what you think! Please email me if you have any questions or would like more pictures/videos or would like to meet her!

EMAIL FOR Lots more pics....undersaddle and not!

Here is a short youtube video of her ( I can get more videos...)

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post #2 of 5 Old 03-26-2010, 04:35 PM
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Cute mare...love her mohawk!
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thanks...haha...yea...former owners decided to cut her bridle path wayyyyy too long....i cut it down once,but decided to let it grow out now...it looks pretty silly :)

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Her bridle path looks ok long, to me. I always heard to lay the ear back and add a thumb's length... at least 3". But don't take it from me, cause I don't like to cut a bridle path at all, lol.

She looks nice, wasn't what I was expecting knowing she's 1/2 Peruvian... I was expecting to see lots more gait.
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