“Dolly” is a 2002 14.3-15h AQHA buckskin mare. I have had this horse since the fall of 2014 and purchased her to use for our beginner lesson program. Dolly gave lessons to children and adult riders through the winter. She has since been in training for dressage and is a solid Training/schooling First level horse. She will leg yield, knows her leads and is steady in the contact. She is just starting more advanced lateral work, including shoulder/haunches in.... (read more) We have jumped her over x-rails and small fences.
Dolly will also ride western. She has moved cows in the pasture, will side pass, neck rein and work a gate. She is quiet on trails, through water and mud and has been ridden off the farm by herself.
I feel this mare would suit an amateur lower level event or dressage rider looking for a SOUND, sane horse that can ride out safely and is low-maintenance (no supplements, injections, “baggage” or issues). She is a blast to ride for someone who can appreciate a forward-moving, responsive mount. She could double as a “husband” horse for trails, and though I feel at this point she is too forward and responsive for a timid or beginning rider given the training she’s had, we still use her on occasion for walk/trot lunge/leadline lessons and she’s fantastic.
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