Chevy is a very sweet in your pocket type of horse. He is well broke and will lift his feet well for the farrier. He trailers well and shows well. He is utd on worming, coggins and hoof work. Chevy has won ribbons in the local shows for his walk, trot and very slow canter. He is not stubborn but he is very LAZY. He also placed well in western pleasure. He has hardly any spook to him. My 11 yo rides him just fine. He was broke by the Amish and has been extensively trail ridden.... (read more) He will cross water up to his chest for you and jump clean over any logs or ditches (if you want him to). I bought him to be a confidence booster after an accident I had last Summer but sadly Im still too shaky to even ride him. He shouldn't go to waste in a pasture. My daughter and friend ride him for me, but they have their own horses and can't be responsible for riding mine. Chevy is registered with the AQHA and I have his papers. Things to know about Chevy:
He thinks he's a dog (very personable gelding)
He walks right up to you- doesnt care if you have a halter or not
He LOVES bananas and bread (but not really peppermints) IKR??
He will let you bathe him outside easy but doesnt care for a tiled wash rack
He doesnt really spook at anything, he just doesnt care. Very little bothers Chevy
He LOVES to be brushed
He isnt gender specific
He definitely knows his way around a round pen
He has his times where you have to kick the heck out of him to make him really go
He doesnt listen as well with an easy bit
Hes VERY smart and knows if you dont know what youre doing
Picks up on fear. Doesnt take off but will try to go where he wants to go if you dont show him whose alpha
Is the lowest in the herd which causes him to get picked on by the alpha horses
I have no quams with Chevy. Hes beautiful, hes gentle, hes friendly and hes young and vivrant. I have decided to take a fair amount of lessons to build my confidence back up. This guy is an EXCELLENT horse and should not be wasted. With him being young, I dont want to ruin him in a pasture. He was ridden daily by the Amish. A confident beginner can handle him easy.
Asking $800. This is what I paid and hes well worth every penny. Thanks!
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