This is wild mustang Annie! She is not so wild any more. She is green broke! She is a amazing mustang and is as calm as can be! She is a very sweet with a little bit of sass. I can ride her bare back with just a halter in fields and arenas. I competed with her In EMM (Extreme mustang makeover) January 2020. The only reason I’m selling her is because she is to short for me.. 13.2 hands. She knows the basics walk, trot, Lope, stop, stand for the farrier, load in a trailer etc.... (read more) she can also do Liberty work And a few tricks. I have Ridden her with other horses and alone on the trail. I have also ridden her in the dark. The first time I got on her she didn’t buck, rear, or give any kind of fit she just went along with it. On her 3rd ride a friend came over a we road her in an open Field bareback! She did awesome! She is good with dog, cats, small children etc. She is English and Western and boy can this mare JUMP she cleared a four and a half foot gate at 2 years old! She was locked in a pen, then the next thing I know she was up and over then she just stared at me like “oh your still here...“ She loves jumping, she will jump any thing in her way. She has jumped a Single orange cone. I’m not sure why she did? But she just hoped right over it. She has jumped with a rider, it was an accident though. She jumped right over that mounting block! She still needs more time in the saddle, doing different maneuvers and stuff like that. She has a hard time with side passing.. I’m not sure why? But I am working on that at the moment. Over all she is good at round pinning. She can walk/trot over poles, go around barrels, over tarps etc. She is a very well behaved horse. Annie is still young, she is not a kids horse yet. So don’t put your five year old on a say “go ride”. I have put kids on her in a round pen and lead them around. And my older brother (12 years) rode her around with no problems. But like I said, she still has a lot to learn. I can keep her for a few more months and keep training if you don’t want to. I love having her around and it’s a shame not to keep her
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