"Dreamy" 11 year old Arabian

Dreamy is a 14.2hh 11 year old white Arabian with 4 months of training

  • Horse Name: Dreamy
  • Price: $900
  • Location: Oregon City, OR
  • Breed: Arabian
  • Gender: Mare
  • Height: 14.2 Hands
  • Color: White
  • Foal Date:
  • Weight: 800 lbs
  • Disciplines:
    • Halter
    • Companion Only
    • Longe-Line
    • Longe-Line
  • Temperament: 5 (1=Bombproof, 10=Hot)


Dreamy is a lovely 11 year old 14.2 mare with a floaty trot. Dreamy is not yet broke to ride.

Dreamy is blind in her right eye, but sees well with her left eye. Dreamy is insecure, fearful, non trusting of humans, and is extremely reactive. She can be very anxious and reactive, similar to a panic attack for a human. Dreamy needs an experienced handler as she can quickly become reactive for very little reason. As long as there are no stressors, Dreamy is fine. Even sweet and will approach people for treats and scratches. Dreamy is currently in rehabilitation with a trainer who specializes in liberty work. We are hopeful that she will learn to connect and through that connection learn to trust.

Dreamy is young at only 11 years old. She is built lovely and has gorgeous movement. It’s like she floats on air—so “dreamy”. You can sense how sweet and engaging she is and wants very much to have a relationship with a human.

Note from her current trainer:

Dreamy has been in training with me for the past three months. And in that time, with my gentle guidance, she has made significant progress. There is something incredibly special about this girl, and it’s easy to fall under her Dreamy spell. She is very intelligent and learns quickly. She is sweet and enjoys being groomed. She has beautiful movement and connects immediately in our liberty sessions! It should be noted that Dreamy is a sensitive horse, and can become hypersensitive in certain situations. A lot of commotion, people and unfamiliar surroundings can worry her. She does get separation anxiety, and is insecure about being alone. A response that may be attributed to the blindness that affects her right eye. Building trust, respect and leadership with her human is key. I’d recommend her potential adopter be an experienced and confident person. Someone who is understanding of Dreamy’s capabilities and disabilities. Dreamy would do best in a quiet and peaceful environment. In a herd, with one or two other horses. She is learning how to be a more confident horse and with consistency, patience and much love will continue to blossom.

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