Syndi is a lovely, peppy brood mare with very sweet looking, dishy feminine face with large eyes. Black/bay that does not sun fade much, during summer she is blacker then many blacks are. White markings include a right front boot and faint star.
A nice opportunity for a "hard to find" of some of the great and famous classic Polish bloodlines, and that don't cost over $4,000 and she's not already pushing 20+ yrs either!
SYNDI loads well into a trailer, stands well for hoof trims, not a halter puller when tied. She is also flat strap stake out broke, so normally does not panic when lead rope is around her legs. Small scar on right side, corner of mouth is her only blemish.
Very good whiters, not mutton. Good legs, nice shoulder and neck set, good hooves. Vaccinated annually in March for Rabies, West Nile, E/W Sleeping sickness, and Tetanus.
Her sire is a handsome fellow, very typey, with a good nature. He was a Yearling Sweepstakes Futurity Champion, a class A Champion, a Regional Top Ten Halter Horse, and more recently a Most Classic Champion.
Syndi's dam is a good natured horse reported gentle enough for beginner kids to ride, plus a good broodmare.
We have only bred her twice and she took both times with first visit to stallion, both were fillies, and she had no foaling difficulties either time. Syndi is a good caring mother milks well, her foals were fat on her. Syndi may also be a good cross with pony breeds for half Arabian show pony foals. She has a friendly personality, but can get a little nervous, some beginners may find that intimidating, but for the most part she is a sweet mare.
We have done some minor ground training on her including stake out training. She has been ranch raised, wintered with bulls and cows and is familar with ranch barb wire fencing for her summer pasture.
Syndi has several Polish lines including 8.2% from 5 lines *Witez II / Ofir. Her last foal was in 2008. She also had a nice natured 2007 filly by the same stallion. We have not bred her since because a lake backed up into our horse pasture causing grass shortage.
Last two pictures show her natural after moved to a small pasture for fall grassing on 9/28/2013.
Will consider offers to a good home.