Price lowered for a limited time! Shadow is an absoluetly wonderful horse, and one thing you never have to worry about is riding him out alone, because I ride him out alone almost every day. I'm working with him a LOT on the trail right now, and he is extremely well mannered. He's my best friend. He's also a great jumper, although still green at it, and he's as smart as a whip! He catches on to new cues very quickly, and listens very well to the bit.... (read more) He would do very well with someone who wants to show, or just do pleasure riding. The problem is, where I'm going, I won't have an indoor arena like I do now. Shadow would be limited to being a trail horse, and that's not exactly where he fits in. I would hate to limit him in that way, and I just want him to be happy. I've also been working with him bareback and bridless, and he shows very well in the gymkhanas I've had him in. He always comes home with blue ribbons. His gait needs work, but he could definetely be shown to gait if someone put some time into it. He trots because I wanted him to. I was training him as a hunter, and so I didn't develop his gait. Now I've started working with it, and he's coming along. I just don't want him to end up in the wrong crowd. He's an amazing animal, and he could go into any discipline his rider wants. I've jumped him bareback and bridless as well, and he absolutely loves to run. The funny thing is, in the ring at the walk, he likes to plod along. When you ask him for speed, he has it though. He's turning 5 in April. He does barrels, has been a lesson horse, is good at dressage, goes out on the trail, jumps, he's pretty much an all arounder. He is however, very sensitive to his rider, and things like deer jumping out on the trail would scare him. I would reccommend him for an intermediate rider. At least come and check him out, you won't regret it. He makes me so proud every day, and he really will be your best friend.
Liberty ranch is a quiet farm nestled in the beautiful hills of Pennsylvania. We offer horseback riding lessons and sometimes horse sales.
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