W-T-C- she’s still learning to balance a rider at the canter so she isn’t considered a finished pony. Drops into a lovely frame and neck reins beautifully, but she’s a forward mover so we usually ride her English. Will follow another horse along a trail but most of her riding experience has been as a ring horse in our lesson program. Was one of our walk-trotters the last few years but seems to definitely prefer to have one person vs. multiple students. She has the paradigm Pony Personality so we can’t recommend her for a complete beginner or a very young rider.
Sound and solid- goes barefoot, has never taken an off step in her life, and is a sensible kid’s pony. She’s a very easy keeper and stays fat and sassy on a handful of grain and basic mixed hay. Not blanketed in winter, and she lives happily in a paddock with a shed. She is a very uncomplicated pony.