This lovely mare was broke to ride as a youngster but spent most of her life as a pasture ornament. She was ridden lightly last summer and as of May this year, she has been with a Natural Horsemanship trainer. She is somewhat cautious of humans, but very tolerant and easy to handle. With a little TLC, she could make an excellent trail and pleasure horse, perhaps even a lesson horse. She's a strong trotter, and while she has not been driven, she is working well in long lines and could be a great driving or carriage horse.
Or, if breeding is your thing, her pedigree is peppered with great horses. Every line goes back to easily recognized names such as Trophy, Chasley Superman and Waseeka's In Command. Two of the greatest producing mares, Norma and Rena, are right on her papers, along with Senator Graham! It's a shame this mare has never been bred. If I had the capacity to be breeding she would not be for sale.
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