Greymeadows Pepper Jack - Holsteiner/Welsh cross - registered half-Welsh - will mature top-of-the-line large as all of his siblings have.
Honestly, I expected this pony to be reactive and difficult because of the warmblood part of his brain, but he is extremely quiet, unreactive, and very safe. He is most definitely a push ride...definitely the biggest push ride we have owned...and he acted like it was an everyday occurence when we rode him down the highway by 60mph traffic for the first time and when my 10-year-old rode him on his first long trail ride that took him over a bridge spanning the interstate.... (read more) He goes through water easily; he carries a tarp and a flag; he rides bareback and double; he kicks giant bouncy balls; he lets us "leapfrog" onto his bottom. My 9-year-old jumps on him bareback and bridleless and trusts him to walk trot canter around in his 15-acre pasture. His first trip to puddle around a XC course, he didn't blink an eye. He is a favorite for my 5 and 7-year-old to ride around. He has been to two hunter paces (once with my 7-year-old) and jumped over everything without hesitation, including round hay bales, barrels, canoes. At his very first horse show, which was also his first time in a different arena, he proved his great brain by going around like a veteran. He won champion of the Baby Green 2' division.
He has amazing ground manners and just quiet, quiet, quiet. He has a huge step and is scopey (but won't jump his best until the jumps get bigger). He jumps 2'6" like he is going over crossrails.
Snatch him up now while he is young (3 years old) and available, but we will be selective about where he goes. Call or text at our phone number.
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