Liberty is a great horse. First of all I would absolutely LOVE to keep her but I cannot because I just moved and I am too close to town to keep her now.
Liberty is VERY versatile-
~Shown at a national and world level, champion on both levels.
~She's been shown in Country/Western Pleasure, Trail Classes, Reining, Barrels, Poles, Keyhole, Walk trot, Confirmation Classes and Team Events.
~I have worked her on cattle and she does very well, she's never been competitively shown with them though.
~Libby stands calmly for bathing, clipping, brushing, getting hooves cleaned and clipped, being saddled, being bridled (lowers head and takes bit very kindly) and pretty much anything else you ask.
~She's great with children of all ages and inexperienced riders as well.
~She's a FANTASTIC trail horse!! Rides both bareback/saddle. Can use bridle, halter, OR nothing for steering. She's very surefooted and doesn't spook at animals (she stepped on a pheasant once and it flew up and hit her and she just turned her head to miss it.) You can ride her on all types of terrain, calm with cars, tractors, combines, etc. She does jump fairly well too.
~She also loads calmly into trailers as long as someone she trusts is leading her.
I've had two problems EVER in the 5 years I've owned her.
~1- She backed into a fence post and required stitches because of the size of the gash. It healed up cleanly and doesn't show or affect her in any way anymore.
~2- When I first got her she would jerk her head if she stepped on her lead rope/reins. She still does it but is much much better about it and isn't an unsafe habit.
Registered with AQHA & FQHR.
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