Ezra's Desert Image (Image) is registered 1/2 Arabian although I don't know what her other half was (I am guessing Paint,but it isn't listed on the papers). YES...I have her papers in hand. She is about 15 hands and 17 years old. She is a chestnut overo with frame,sabino,and splash...and two blue eyes!
She has many years of professional training and many years of showing in California. She has been ridden mainly by youth for many years of 4-H after her open showing/WP career. She has also been used for trails,english,a bit of dressage,and dabbled in jumping. She neck reins as smooth as butter and direct reins just as well. She goes english/western/dressage/bareback no problem. She can be ridden by anyone that can sit on a horse. She is VERY easy to control and requires only very light touch or voice commands. She has a lovely WP jog/lope,but will also move out really nicely with the dressage saddle on. She isn't spooky and has no bad habits under saddle.
She leads,loads,ties,clips,bathes,is easy to catch,picks up hooves,is excellent for the vet/farrier, and isn't pushy at all. She is completely sound,never sick/colicked/foundered. She has great hooves and doesn't need shoes. She is wormed on a regular schedule and has her shots.
Hmm..what else. She isn't buddy sour. She can be ridden on trails,in the pasture,in the arena, or wherever with anyone no problem.
The bad: She is an alpha mare if pastured in a herd and will expect the first pile of hay,first treat,first pet,etc. and will push other horses out of the way. She has never been agressive towards a human,but will occasionally pin an ear if you don't put her food out fast enough. If you hold up a finger and tell her she had better knock it off she does right away. This is her worst trait.
Other than that she gets along great with other mares/geldings in a herd. She just wants to be the boss of the youngsters
She is an awesome safe and FLASHY mare.
Price. negotiable to the right home. Preferably a youth involved in 4-H,HSE,etc
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