Polka Dot is offered for adoption by Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society. Polka Dot had not been handled much before coming to BEHS. She spent several weeks with a trainer who got her halter broke, taught her to load in a trailer and stand tied. She also learned how to longe and carry a saddle. She is a very energetic horse with a big trot with a lot of action. Her foster home used to ride Saddlebreds and feels that Polka Dot may be part Saddlebred and has potential as a saddleseat (English pleasure) horse or as a driving horse.... (read more) She'll need someone who is not intimidated by a high-headed, energetic horse and who is willing to work with her. Polka Dot's former foster home worked with her using the Parelli system, and she says Dot seems to work well. She is started under saddle, and she's doing well (although very green). They have worked both in the arena and out on trails, and Polka Dot seems to like getting out and seeing new things. Polka Dot seems to enjoy training time and likes people. Her current foster home has been riding her English and says Dot has a wonderful posting trot that covers ground. She thinks she could be a nice lower-level dressage horse.
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