$1500 is a give away price for this awesome mare.
Please view our youtube video at top of page.
You may also view this youtube video of my teenager's first ride on Lila. He has not been on a horse in 4 years.
For those looking for an eventing horse, barrel racer, jumper, Lila may not be for you. While she is athletic, she is not hot and seems to like the trails.
Lila is a lovey-dovey mare. She will win your heart with her charming personality . Very smart, good minded, beautiful, laid-back, and gentle. Perfect for a youth or gentle adult looking for a smaller 15h horse.
No longing before a ride. Her nice even long strides provide a no bounce ride. Trail trained with miles of experience. Goes through mud, grass, roads, fields with tall grass, trails and water.
Lila cues with very light leg pressure. We have been working on verbal and dressage commands, and Lila is doing well in the arena. No need to kick her sides, yet a bump won't make her jump.
Lila really bond closely with humans and will want to be your BFF. She is never in a hurry, and loves to hang out with you.
Under sadde she will move slowly or pick up the pace upon request. She has a very nice working trot. While Lila may seem to mosy, she does cover alot of ground. She will need more training for a calm collected 3 beat canter, as her canter is quite fast and extended.
Lila is a very willing to please horse.
She is a happy go lucky girl that loves attention and is very expressive.
She is not "marish" at all, She did fall in love this summer with a gelding (Awesome). We had no issue handling her during this time, she just kept on looking his way in love.
Lila prefers humans to horses. In all the time I have had Lila, she has been a sweetheart on the ground, safe with kids who are new to horses, never kicked, bitten, reared, or bucked.
Probably a kid and confident rider is best for trail however she has done well with "passengers", old and young along with another rider. I ride Lila solo on trail however, I am a very experienced solo endurance rider not afraid to fall.
Dr. Engers, South Lyon Vet completed a full head to hoof exam 5/2012. As far as we know she is sound and healthy. She is UTD on all every vaccination available, and dental work. All vet, dental, farrier and de worming records will be provided.
Has never had any hoof issues (founder, etc). The Morab breed are known for super tough hoofs. No shoes required.
No vices or bad habits. Loads, clips, bathes, stands for farrier. Loves a bath.
Lila is truely an exceptional horse. She is more loyal and happy to see me than my dog.
Do not view our price as Lila's value. We are placing our pet with the right home and owner that she deserves.
Full winter lease option available with signed contract in Salem, MI (South Lyon / Northville area) to the right rider. Access to arena and many trails.
Will ship. Buyer to pay all costs.
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Roxanne Feldkamp said:
That's fine. Just incase I can't make it on tuesday it would be nice to see one.
Please give me a call at 248-885-2583 to let me know. I have several people interested at this time and am having trouble keeping things straight. Thanks, Liz
Gina Rutkowski said:
Lila is a very beautiful horse. I am looking for a horse for my 10 year old granddaughter who is a beginning western rider. Her safety is the most important thing to me. How is she western riding with a beginner. Also what is your asking price two amounts is on horse clicks one being 400.00 and the other 1,000. Which is correct please. Thanks, Gina
Hi Gina, the $400 is a lease price. I would not price her that low as meat market people would buy her and eat her. I paid $5K and then brought her UTD on her vaccinations, including rabies and had her teeth floated. I bought her so the kids in my family ages 10 - 16 could ride with me this summer. She was ridden Western, however I only ride in my English saddle and have been working her in an English training bit for indoor arena training. She is VERY safe, kid safe and adult safe. A beginner would do well with Lila as Lila is timid and loves kids and attention. She has never done anything wrong. The kids in my area want to arena ride and jump. Lila is great on trails, and I have been training her in the arena. When in doubt, Lila will do nothing that is, just stop and do nothing. She is a smart horse, and really takes care of her rider. $1000 is a give away price, but I want her to go to a good home. None of the kids in my family are riding, and last year I was borrowing horses. I think she prefers a beginner though someone who can ride surely can move Lila. She won't take off on her, stomp on her foot, bump her, react to any noise or leg bumps, jump, kick, bite, buck, rear. Lila is soooo safe, easy to handle, yet she is a good riding horse plenty capable and as your granddaughter learns Lila will accomodate her. Liz 248 885 2583