All Around, Beginner, Dressage, English Pleasure, Equitation, Hunt Seat Equitation, Jumper, Jumping, Hunter Jumper, Show Experience, Show Jumping
Popsicle is a 16 yr old OTTB. His registered name is Cheyenne Legacy. Loads like a dream. Cross ties, clips. A bit wiggly when bathing but if you let him graze while you're hiding him, he does well. Beautiful mover. Has shown first level dressage but could easily go higher with consistent work. He has had some soundness issues over the years, typical of off the track horses, but he had been sound since I put him on the SmartPak senior joint supplement.... (read more) He loves to jump but occasionally his feet will hurt him so I stick to low fences and if he refuses a jump, I know he needs to take it easy. I haven't really pushed him since his arthritis issues first appeared, so he very well could be sound for more intense jumping. This horse can do a little bit of anything. He's great for little kid lessons; I've had toddlers sitting on him and he lunges very nicely. I've started trying to turn him into a trail horse but he needs more work on that. He is nervous away from the barn and won't settle into a walk. He does do remarkably well at shows, though! I was pleasantly surprised the first time I took him off the property to a show. This horse is my baby and I hate to give him up, but family issues are forcing me to sell him. I want to find him a good forever home where he will have his own person to spoil him. He would make a great first horse for someone. He can do beginner lessons easily but also has the ability to do more advanced work in dressage and jumping. He would be a great horse for someone to grow with. Asking $1200 but will consider all offers. I will send all his tack and blankets with him (saddle, pads, bridle, fly sheet, light and heavyweight turnout blankets). He is a cribbed but if you keep a crib collar on while he's in his stall, he's not bad. He mostly does it while he's eating. He doesn't need a collar on when turned out as long as there is pasture or plenty of hay.
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