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Cheyenne is a gorgeous, smooooth Champagne (or bucksin) and white registered TWH. She is not a deadhead but she is not a hot head either. She is a blast to ride -- I will bet she's the smoothest ride you will find - at any speed. She can go fast, medium, or slow. She can ride front, back, middle. Doesnt tailgate. Doesnt kick those that do. She turned 11 years old on Jan 7th. She is a short but solid little mare about 14h2. She is smooth at any speed without hesitation. She likes to go but is not chargy. She moves out with slightest cue and you just need to check her a little if she starts speeding up. No buck, kick, rear, or bite. Has not bolted back to the barn or camp. Just does what she's asked.
She hasnt been ridden much in the last couple of years and could use some miles initially with an experienced, confident rider. The video of her gaiting is her after being pulled from the pasture and very little riding in a couple of years. I dont know if she'd ever been in an indoor arena before or not, but as you can see in the video, she just did whatever we asked without issue. With one or two weeks of riding, she will be amazing. Even without riding much, she will still go where you want and do what you want without a fight. I have done a lot of ground work and obstacle work. She took all of what we threw at her without fearful reaction and went willingly. Check out the videos. In the picture of us with 2 others, she is in the middle. That picture was a week riding in the mountains of OK where she was perfect.
o Great little trail horse. Willing and surefooted. Goes through mud, over trees with no issues at all.
o Smart horse that thinks her way out of an issue. Not reactive.
o Is sweet natured -- never seen mareish or pissy attitude
o Registration has several World Grand Champions, including Mack K's Handshaker.
o Dont think she been bred; but she seems to be in heat now so that part seems to work.
o Havent had any issues in the pasture with all geldings, pony, and donkey.
o If she sees something she doesnt like, she can be a little timd but just tries to walk away vs jump or create any drama. But she will approach if you give her a little time and coax/encourage/reward.
o She can be a little hard to catch, esp if the trailer is hooked up, but after working with her, I can now walk up and catch her right away most of the time now in an arena size pasture.
o Prefer she go to an experienced rider(