Coco is a 7 year old dun Gelding that we bought over a year ago to give our 8 year old daughter a step up horse from her pony. Well now that she has the hang of being on a big horse and has her confidence up she wants to go a little faster than what coco will take her (she wants to compete in playdays). Coco has been the best baby sitter horse, we never had to worry about him running off or doing something stupid with our daughter. He rides great out in the pasture and in the arena, but with a kid he will walk even with spurs our daughter could barely get him to trot in the arena, out in the pasture he will do a slow trot.... (read more) He's not spooky hes been ridden over logs and through water, also in the arena when my husband was roping. Coco has been around cows, goats, dogs, and cats nothing bothers him. When my husband or I ride coco we can get him into a lope but keeping him there for a long period of time is a workout. He neck reins ok for my husband, I like to use my feet more than he does and he seems to work better for me at times and is real light in the mouth with me (probably because I use my barrel bit on him) . He's UTD on shots and Coggins. No kick, buck, or bite. Coco does not have to have shoes, he has great hard feet and he does not require a blanket in winter (he has a lot of hair). Coco requires large bell boots and has lots of bone, just fyi. Coco also has a partial blue eye (his right eye) no he's not blind he sees great out of it. He gets along great with other horses be it mares, geldings, or minis and he is very non confrontational. I really don't want to get rid of him and don't have to get rid of him but hopefully someone is looking for the perfect babysitter horse or starter horse. He will go to an approved home only.
We don't sale a lot of horses, but when we do finally offer one of our horses for sale, they are what we say they are. We love our horses and we make sure that they get the home they deserve because we are very attached to them and offering one for sale is very hard. But sometimes you have to do what's best for your growing family.
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