Registered in the American Quarter Horse Association, and Registered in the American Paint Horse Association. Registration papers classify her as BREEDING STOCK, meaning she'd throw color if she is bred. She can be ridden under both English and Western tack. In '01 she was trained for Western Pleasure
I'm selling Daisey because she refuses to do anything more than a walk when I ride her and I show plenty of times I am the boss, but she continues to disrespect me.
She has AMAZING ground manners, but has acted poorly under saddle for me. I had someone else ride her and she was amazing. Some horses don't always fit with their rider. She does lunge both freely and on a line with some encouragement. Daisey is a smart quick learner and has ALOT of potential, but I am not able to push her far enough. She is the most loving and affectionate creature I have ever met. She is a wonderful horse but she just needs a more experienced rider than what I am.
She is UTD on shots and teeth and feet, she's barefoot, and she has a almost velvet coat in the summer, super soft, winter coat isn't the best so she is blanketed.
I cannot ship to anyone, she will not load on onto a trailer with a ramp.