Her barn name is Velvet, and she is a very talented girl. We originally got her when my mother got cancer and wanted to ride for physical therapy reasons. She has been shown at an amateur level in reining, worked as a lesson horse for polo, and has logged many hours on the trail. She is very forgiving and has taught me everything I know about riding. She listens to the seat very well and neck reins without hesitation. She loads in the trailer no problem and enjoys to go. She has great ground manners and is a real treat to be around. She is just a little fast for a really green rider and needs an advanced beginner. She will stand for farrier, loves a bath, and I don't even tie her up to saddle. Literally anyone can jump on her ride her around. The vet said she has the best bone structure he has seen in fifteen years. She has been shown by previous owner. I will be moving to Texas to pursue a career as a horse trainer and will not be able to take her with me. I really need to find her a good home. She has a great amount of potential as a show horse.