Sweet Heir is a 2001 Pinto Arabian mare. I have owned her since 2008 and have used her for trail riding, dressage, and jumping. She is excellent on trails, alone or in a group - no problems with traffic, animals, or crossing water. She would be great at competitive trails or endurance. She is great in dressage/flat work - cute trot with nice extensions, shoulder in/out w/t/c, haunches in/out w/t/c, leg yield w/t/c, working half pass at w/t, walk pirouettes. I have jumped her around 3'6" before and she handles it easily. Does fine with liverpools, gymnastic exercises, and skinnies. She has also schooled cross country and was awesome! She was very brave and had no issues with banks, drops into water, or any of that. We have also tried our hand at ranch sorting, and she showed a lot of potential for working cattle. She isn't spooky or overly hot like some Arabs, but she does have engine when you want it! Coco has also been ridden western in the past. I have had beginners on her and she is very safe, but would probably be best for an intermediate rider.
On the ground Coco is sweet as can be! She stands well for the farrier, vet, bathing, etc. Doesn't trailer often but does fine when we have to. She is a super easy keeper, just on grass hay and kept barefoot. Up to date on all vet work, has a negative coggins.
Sire is Bold Heir, a Polish-bred Arabian. Dam is SS Sweet Samantha, a Saddlebred-cross and mother of two National Champion western horses.
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