I'm selling Minnie at a loss and I'm throwing in the saddle and bridle as well. My loss is your gain. She has many many trail miles on her. My trainer has put her through the Clinton Anderson Fundamental groundwork and she is doing very well. She has just finished 15 hours of additional professional training to give her a tune-up. The trainer will continue to work with her until she is sold to ensure she's in the best possible condition. Great endurance prospect, does need a confident rider for a forward-moving horse. Plenty of energy for long rides. She will go out alone or with other horses, crosses water, logs, bridges. Will ride along the highway as well as on the trail. Good around traffic and not generally spooky. Responds to leg cues. Sound. Quiet on the ground. Stands tied. Bathes, Stands for the farrier. No buck, kick or rear. Gets along well with my other horses, loves attention. UTD on all shots and worming, will provide Coggins test. Quarterhorse cross.I'm changing to a gaited horse due to back problems, and my husband says I have to sell a horse if I'm going to get another one. If you're looking for a horse that will come back from a ride with energy to spare, Minnie will deliver.
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