|SorrelHorse ||08-10-2012 12:55 AM |
Oh she is so cute. I love a good little sorrel arab :)
|soenjer55 ||08-10-2012 12:57 AM |
All I can really tell from these pictures are that she seems to be pretty. She has pretty eyes and she looks like a calm horse, but like you said, these just aren't good pictures to judge from, or enough to judge from either. Could you post information about her, like her ad? That could help.
|nyaps ||08-10-2012 12:58 AM |
Thank you for your replies! :) Here's her ad:
is a 10 yr old Arabian mare, she is full blooded but not registered, she was rescued from being sent to slaughter because the owner of a big Arabian show barn died and his children did not want to take over care of the horses... She was trained western pleasure and you can feel it in every light step she takes. It probably wouldn't take much to get her back in show ready shape. I only used her as an endurance horse though, this is a horse that loves to be on the trail. She has done 50 mile Endurance rides with a JR rider. She is beginner friendly and kid safe. She is shy, probably because of her situation, but still a loving horse. UTD on shots and coggins.
|soenjer55 ||08-10-2012 01:01 AM |
Ah, her doing endurance explains her condition, lol. Well, I think she sounds like a wonderful horse, she looks like a wonderful horse, and I would highly suggest going out to see her!
|AlexS ||08-10-2012 01:17 AM |
I'd go see her if I were you.
|Cacowgirl ||08-10-2012 10:35 AM |
She's a pretty little gal. Sounds like a great trail horse,if she's calm enough. Definetely check her out-she'll need someone to love,Arabs are "people" horses. Mine always lets me know he'd like even more attention.
|horseperson4 ||08-11-2012 09:33 PM |
She's really cute! definitely would need more pictures to judge because the one photo makes her head & neck look proportional.
|Endiku ||08-11-2012 10:05 PM |
I really like her. Even if she does have a big head in person, its a superficial thing and nothing that should keep you from buying her if she's as trail savvy as they make her out to be. The fact that she's ridden in a D-ring snaffle rather than a mechanical hackamore or curb like many supposive "trail horses" these days are and that she seems to be going nice on a loose rein are both pointing towards a nice, easy going mare. I'd go look at her in a heartbeat if I were in the market for a trail horse.
|horseperson4 ||08-11-2012 10:20 PM |
^^ I completely agree personality and rideability should come first above confirmation if your looking for a horse to mainly trail ride!
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