Awesome personality. Sadly she has major complications in her hind end and hocks and can no longer be used for competitive riding. With injections and medication should be okay to do light trail riding and would require her new home to provide those treatments as part of her ownership and husbandry. Will not include her papers, since her poor confirmation (much to her demise) should not be passed down. Although, she would make a great surrogate mare and excellant pasture mate with others who are not aggressive and will let her be boss (she is an alpha).... (read more) This mare also requires lots of food, she's a big eater, so if you don't have the money to supplement and provide her medication; please do not contact me. It would not be fair to her. Was told by the vet that she might be able to do dressage again, if she is worked 5 days a week and kept on the medicinal regimen.
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