Gorgeous gray, 4 year old warmblood mare. Viv is 16 hands and growing. Out of a 17h Percheron mare and a 17h paint/TB stallion. Eligible for registry with the AWS American Warmblood Society.
Just started in the spring of 2013 Viv has been very easy to train. She’s been hauled to the trails and has been awesome. Going well walk/trot and started on her canter. Light on the bit and responsive to the leg. She is up to date on her shots, coggins and worming. Viv is barefoot and has great strong feet. Stands well for the farrier. Easy keeper. Currently outdoors but stalls well. Never been lame and no known soundness issues. Vet exam welcomed at the buyers expense.
Viv would excel with an intermediate rider working with a trainer or adult amateur who will let her mature without pushing her too hard too fast. Viv is an excellent dressage or jumper prospect.She would also be a great candidate for a hubby horse with more miles.
Viv is a really nice mare; very honest and willing to please. She is soft on the hands and sensitive to the leg. I just started Nursing school (along with two boys under 2 and a husband on 3rds) so I don't have a lot of time to work with her. If she is still with me this summer I will show her and her price will increase. We've done a little more canter work but have been focusing more on leg yields and proper carriage. We have done one session over jumps and poles for her video but have not pursued it any further. Her knees are still very open and I think she has some more growing to do. I would like to see her sound in the long run and not just the next 3 years. Come check her out, I have an indoor to get out of the elements :)
A few videos from this summer:
This is her second time in this arena and second time cantering.
Short clip of her jumping on the lunge line
Video of her being clipped, loading and unloading and moving off the line