Here is a rare opportunity to get a real deal complete package. With an amazing pedigree, great conformation, lots of color and a sweet, loving, gentle personality Lil Bit O Honey is all that and more. Her pedigree speaks for itself if you are looking for an outstanding performance horse http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/lil+bit+o+honey3. Lil Bit would make an great 4-H, youth or amateur horse. She's broke to ride with a beautiful butter soft jog and a disposition that makes her the go to gal when someone with little experience comes to ride.... (read more) You can let her sit for months, saddle her up and ride off. She's easy to clip, bathe, blanket, shoe and trailers like a dream. She has been shown at open shows and always places in the top two and has never lost a halter color class. She sets up fast and with a little bit of work on her pivot she will be a winner in the showmanship classes. Lil Bit had a drop dead gorgeous stud colt in May 2012 by Barlink Cutabove http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/barlink+cutabove, and a beautiful SBP filly in 2013. She is bred back for a late April/early May foal. This mare is a great mother, easy to breed, get in foal and easy to get along with once her foals are on the ground.
I have owned this mare since she was a yearling. I did all of her training. She is a super young mare (8) with great ground manners and a lot of riding and/or broodmare life left in her. Lil Bit knows her leads and is a wonderful mare to be around. Lil Bit has never offered to buck and will watch things but is one that will not spook. She is soft in the bridle and responds to leg cue's. You can let this mare sit for long periods of time and go saddle her up and she's the same as when you left her. She is easy to clip, bathe, load, blanket, wonderful with her feet, etc. She's got lots of personality and genuinely loves being around people.
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This video was taken 11/30/13. Lil bit has not been under saddle for 2.5 - 3 years, as she has been raising foals for me. Took her out of the pen, warmed her up a bit and 4 people rode her ages 9 -65. She rode right off like an old pro :) Linda"s Little bit Horse
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