*Wyoming* is a 10 year old Tennessee walker mare that has been there and done that. She has been to Benson Mule Days just about every year, and is the perfect trail/pleasure horse.
- She was shod in September, but is due for new shoes soon . She has a current NEGATIVE Coggins, and is UTD on all of her shots. She stays pretty big in the tummy, regardless of grain or hay . Since I have had her, she has not received grain and lives off of nothing but pasture .
- She does NOT kick, buck, bite, crib, or weave . It doesn't matter what you do to this horse, from war paint to dress-up, she is still the same calm and mellow horse. She has NO bad habits ; She will ride right beside other horses with no problem, and will be the leader or the back of the pack .
- Wyoming has been rode around trucks, dogs, and unfamiliar places; She has never spooked at anything with me, in the year I have owned her . She will pass by buggies, wagons, bells, horns, loud trucks, you name it and shes seen it . If she hears a noise she doesn't recognize, all she does is perk her ears and look in that direction, but continues to walk the way she is going . As some of you may not know this, but at Mule Days it is like a tradition for everyone to ride their horse through the McDonald's Drive-Thru ; Needless to say, Wyoming is a CHAMP at standing to order, and to receive your food at the window . She also stood completely still the whole two hours waiting on the Mule Days Parade this year, inching up as the line would move, she stayed perfectly content and calm considering how PACKED and crazy the line-up was.
- She can ride all day long with no breaks what so ever; She has never caused me any trouble, including when I rode her with a broke hand and messed up hip . She has a VERY SMOOTH gait and is very gentle with everything she does. I got her for a confidence boost after I had a horrible accident with my roping horse . -
- Wyoming will go anywhere you point her head, literally ! If you notice in one of the pictures ( one with cop ), her front feet are on the curb, while her back feet are still on the pavement . She does not hesitate when going up something, nor down . She crosses creeks, ditches, mud, will ride on the road with no problem, and will go anywhere you want her too .
The only reason I saling her is I do not have time to trail ride anymore, I plan to start traveling in a rodeo circuit in the spring & cant leave her at home - I would consider trades, NO WALKERS, If I trade her it would be for a back-up FINISHED barrel horse -
She would make a perfect Christmas present for a teens first horse !
- Asking $1,500 , price is neg .
ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE NO CALLS JUST TEXT ME AT (919).895.0479 - NO EMAILS, SCAMS, TIRE KICKERS, OR HORSE TRADERS
Will deliver depending on distance, but for a fee -