Pedigree here! http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/drift+a+lone+lucy
$1500, will hold until Christmas!
"Lucy" is out of a stud that came straight from the Potter Ranch! For those who may not be familiar that is where Sherry Cervi and STINGRAY call home. He is out of their proven stud Lone Drifter. "Lone Drifter is a son of the legendary rope horse Driftwood Ike. He has been a consistent sire of big league PRCA, WPRA USTRC and futurity performers. He passes on the famous Driftwood characteristics of being easy to train and eager to work, with the kind of speed to get you in the money." -Mel Potter
On her bottom side "Lucy" goes back to Zan Parr Bar, who is known for producing athletic and versatile all around horses. Check out "Crickets Peppy Zan" at the NFR this year!
When I bought "Lucy" just 6 weeks ago, she was a bit underweight, had not had her feet done, and had not been handled much at all (the day I picked her up it took us about 30 minutes or so to even get a halter on her). BUT I brought her home, wormed her, had her teeth done, and she has just blossomed! She's had her feet trimmed twice already. First time ever with a farrier and she stood perfectly, no fuss. She has been handled DAILY, lots of desensitizing, loads into and backs out of a trailer easily, and has had her first 10 rides. We have only walked and trotted, she turns over her hocks left and right and backs nicely, breaks at the poll, flexes left/right. She is of course still very green so please do not ask if she would be safe for your 5 year old child. I think she will make a GREAT kids horse with more riding. Or would be a perfect project for an experienced teen/adult. She is cute as a button, with a long mane, and baby doll head. She stands about 14.1-14.2 right now, I think she will grow a little more, but not past 14.3. Stout, stout! Sweet disposition, laid back as can be. How far she's come in such a short time speaks volumes about how trainable she is!