2 going on 3 year old thoroughbred filly needs a new job. JC name Come on Gigi or Gigi as we call her has been in my care since she was a little weanling bought as a future racehorse prospect. Gigi has been an honest filly since we started training her under saddle last December as a yearling. She's quiet, has a soft mouth and an even stride. In fact I was letting girls who wanted to learn how to gallop ride her because Gigi acted like an older experienced mare rather than a green baby.... (read more) She was great for the blacksmith the first time we put shoes on her. Stands for the vet. And loads right up on trailers. Basically she wants to be someone's pet pony and not a racehorse as evidenced by her first stint at the track where she did everything asked of her but just showed no speed.
She has breezed so she is RRP eligible even though we've never run her. She is sound, no injuries and currently turned out at a farm in Middletown, Delaware. Gigi is not my tallest horse still in the 15.2 hand range but she is young and still has some growing room. She's also built strong with almost a quarter horse like body to her.
Gigi would be a great horse for a young rider to grow up with. She's the kind of horse I had when I was 12. Green but not lacking in confidence. Horse and rider can learn together as Gigi is retrained for a second career. She's already safely taken beginner riders around the racetrack, she can definitely take a young rider around the arena. And while she's not push button, she is smart. She won't switch her leads unless you tell her too. And she's not going to come out of a trot into a canter then gallop unless you ask her. She would happily take the easy route so she would be the kind of horse a young rider could learn from as well as they grew up together. She's an ideal horse for the family on a budget she's green so she will need work but I'm just looking to move her not make a huge profit off her.
She would also make an easy flipping project for the experienced rider. Gigi is smart and picks things up quickly. She won't be hard to retrain. I wouldn't even be surprised if she fits into someone's lesson program.
I've got 23 yearlings that need my attention now and Gigi shouldn't be sitting in one of the fields when she has so much potential to do something else. I'm only asking a thousand in price to deter meat market buyers. PM for more details! Picture isn't the best but I'm by myself so I can try to get better quality if you want others!
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