Honey was bought for a beginner horse, but she needs a more experienced rider. She is around 8 years old. I purchased Honey for my grandchildren. My 6 year old grandaughter wanted to learn to ride and be in a horse show. We accomplished that last year. I took Honey to a trainer and he had her doing many things for trail. Had her walking across bridges, walking under hanging tarps flying in the wind, walking up on a platform and getting down, walking throught timbers laid down on the ground, walking over jumps, etc.... (read more) She stands for farrier, and loads easy. She just is not a beginner horse like the previous owner said she was. She is built that she can carry an adult or an older child. You can lead her around without a lead line when a child is on her. She comes easily to you out of the pasture when she thinks you have a treat. Please call with any questions. i do have video of my grandchild taking a lesson on her while she was being trained. I believe Honey would do well as an only horse since she has a tendency to attach herself to other horses.
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