Life changes force the sale of a very special mare. If I did not have family obligations in Seattle, I would never sell her. She's a five year old red chestnut with 3 months of training. Her training has been slow and thoughtful. She is moving off the leg and has had a very careful, sensitive approach to her mouth. She has been very well started. She looks like a welsh/morgan but has the well sloped shoulder and movement of an Andalusion, extremely smooth trot with a balanced canter. Although she is still very green, her gaits are to die for. She is in good condition with a great top line. She's sound and up to date on vaccines and worming. The farrier says her feet are great. She's good for the farrier but doesn't like fly spray. She trailers well. I bought her as a dressage prospect and I'm heartbroken that I won't be able to follow through on that.
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