1. She's as safe as it gets both on the ground and in the saddle—Climb under her, stand on her, fall off of her and she’ll patiently and quietly stand and wait on you.
2. Ride her bareback or under saddle.
3. She has good feet and stands nicely for the farrier.
4. She does best with squared up front shoes (navicular shoes) and barefoot in back or regular shoes.
5. She responded very well to her chiropractic adjustments and enjoys being adjusted.... (read more)
6. She's had her teeth floated this year.
7. She was given a 6-12 month dose of Pentosan in August and is responding remarkably well. Supplementing her with a single dose of Pevicox during light use also helps her.
8. Not spooky or jumpy out on trail or in the arena.
9. Loves people and attention. ANYBODY at any age can get along with her, easily.
10. Comes up to you out in the pasture wanting love and attention and therefore is super easy to catch.
11. Bathes and clips without hesitation.
12. Has a clean bill of health for breeding and would produce gorgeous color and strong bone. NOT a maiden mare.
1. Betty Boop has sustained trauma to her front left foot at some point in her life (SEE X-RAYS)
2. She is getting up there in age. Our equine dentist believes her to be about 18-19.
3. She is missing her incisors so she can't be properly aged.
Please keep this girl in mind if you are someone looking for a Betty Boop-type. She is a HUGE sweetheart and we would prefer to see her in a one-on-one home with someone who wants to partner up with her for light-duty riding or as a pasture pet. We can’t stand the thought of her ending up in a kill pen.
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