I have added three video's and have others showing how gentle she is mounting and putting on the bit. Don't let her get away! Very, very easy to catch from the gate to the field, call her name, and she will run right up to you. She loves to take a bath, stands for tacking, and she will follow you anywhere. Nothing fazes this horse - she is used to motorcycles, 18-wheelers, helicopters (we even had one land on our farm, dogs, shotguns going off next door, F-18's flying low (we have a runway not too far). She has no problems riding at a canter with other horses. Photo's attached to view. Even jumping with another horse wouldn't faze her. We do therapeutic riding in the summer - so children rider her, and pony club games are also played on her. RIde her and pop baloons on her - not a worry. Loads into any trailer - Stock, side load, front load, step-up or ramp. She ties like a old western horse. She keeps a busy schedule is consistently showing and placing ribbons. We event all over Virginia and Maryland. She can also ride western. Loves to trail ride, ocean or mountains. No problems with water or mud. Very balanced and hooves strong enough to do Novice eventing without shoes. Although she would not have a problem with shoes if the terrain was tough. She is blanketed with light sheets to full heavy blankets - depending on the weather. Even though she is grey, her nose is grey also, so we don't have a problem with sunburn. She is UTD on vaccines, Wormers, Farrier Care and her teeth have been floated within a year. If she needs a shot, she will stand perfectly still without a flinch. She loves men and women, boys and girls. New dog? No worries, they can walk right up behind her and she just stands there. She still has so many wonderful years left to teach the beginner eventer to the more advanced rider. We love this horse very much, but I am turning 50 and promised to find homes for all the horses I do not ride consistently. She is ridden at least 3x a week, (do not worry, we do not jump her 3x's a week), but her riders are in college or going to college, and I can't ride 7 horses. She is an amazing friend and partner. She has never been lame, but due to her age, and wanting her to keep supple jumping and competing, we have put her on Acti-flex 4000, which is a Glut/MSM/Condro. She has never been on Adequan or anything stronger then Glut. She has never colic'd, nor has she had any surgeries. She is low on the totem-poll, so please do not put her in with aggressive horses. A mare like this does not come around very often. If you are looking for a good mount and would like to breed in the near future, she has had two prior foals. Both born in great health and she was a terrific mother. You will see in the photo's provided, that she is very versitile.
Any questions feel free me through email. She will not last long.