"Dream" is a bay sabino with 2 beautiful blue eyes. She loves people, and loves attention. In the herd, she is a more dominant mare. Once she makes friends with the other horses, she is fine, but she has no problem trying to make it to top horse. Here, in our small herd of 4 (3 full sized horses and a mini), she is number two...below our gelding, and above our other full sized mare and mini mare. She is not mean to people in any way, and is in fact, a real sweetheart.
On July 23, 2013, I noticed/realized that Dream came to us, quite unexpectedly, HEAVY IN FOAL. She foaled a beautiful little bay pinto filly, about 1:30am on August 18, 2013. "GG" has since been weaned and has gone to a wonderful new home that will continue with her training, where I left off.
As for riding and experience, we were told, and saw photos, of Dream being ridden in parades, on some challenging trails in the hills of Tennessee and even swimming and being used as a "dock" in the lake for her young rider.
Our riding experience with her has been very limited. We found her to be "confused" with what we are asking of her, so wondering if she may have been more of a "trail broke/follow along" type riding horse, that just needs some additional basic training. There is no rearing, bucking etc. and we have not seen her to have so much as a mean bone in her body. At the very least, in my opinion, she would require a confident, advanced beginner or up, and someone with the desire, skill and knowledge that is willing to refine her training.
Here is a link to several videos of Dream. It includes a compilation of videos of every ride with every person that's ridden her since we've owned her. We have included them ALL..."the good, the bad and the ugly" as I like to say. This gives a fair and honest evaluation of her. "What you see, is what you get". There is no hiding anything.
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Asking $2500. Please feel free to make me a reasonable offer but only if you are SERIOUSLY interested. Located in Morson, Ontario, Canada,(Northwestern Ontario, near Fort Frances) just 35 minutes from the Baudette, MN international border crossing.