AQHA Registered Red Dun Mare out of World Champion "El Costa Prom"
TECHNICAL & GENERAL DATA:
7 Years old
Red Dun with White Star and Rear White Socks
Sire is El Costa Prom ("Annie Bianco Ellet" World Champion Cowgirl)
NRCHA Idaho Futurity Champion
SASS World Champion
Western National Open Reserve Champion Team Penning Horse
CMSA World Champion and World Point Horse National Champion
TRAINING & USAGE:
She is Well Broke
She was started under saddle with Lance Valdespino - Expert long time trainer 4 years ago
I continued training/riding her ever since
Up until two months ago I was riding her on average 3-5 days a week
She has been started on cattle starting a year ago and has done very well
She excels in obstacles and would make a very good ACTHA Prospect and or Gymkhana
She does all the fancy moves with minimal efforts (side pass, stops, backs very well, moves all 7 body parts)
****Additionally have done a lot of Natural Horsemanship (Level 2 Parelli) including ground work and she responses to excellent to all 7 games. Has been to several Obstacle Clinics/ Workshops. She has lots of personality and great to be around and will instantly become your best friend. She is up to date on shots, worming, and farrier, stands to mount, I just through the rope over her neck and she loads!
Impaired vision in one eye due to a cataract (ongoing condition for 4 years with no issues and has no effect on her riding). This condition is extremely "common" to her world...
Vet recommended (at time of discovery) for her to continue Training and Development. This proved to be 1000% True and Dead On!
She has a combined training of 4 plus years...
Cribs but with the Dare Collar it eliminates it 100% (non issue)
It's important that she gets a good home. Don't let her vices fool you she is very cute and fun to ride and has a great personality. Every time I take her somewhere I always get lots of compliments on all aspects of her. She will probably need a little brushing up - but not much. She is very light and supple and responds well to leg pressure.
The only reason I'm selling her is due to my health issues. It saddens me deeply since she was going to be my forever horse..