Shasta - sold thank you Bay Morgan Singlefoot mare Those that sell a lot have a statement they make about the "really broke ones" it follows true to this mare... that "you'll run your tires bald off your truck trying to find one as broke and solid as this one right here"
This gal stands 15.1h. Very stocky, the original(older style) morgans were a light draft breed. She wears a #1 shoe. Is really broke. Anyone can ride, literally, she has a slow easy gear that is smooth no matter what you do. You dont have to set her head, rides on a loose rein and neck reins excellent. Great stop to her, guides easily around the trees, no issues with water, dogs, traffic, other horses, she is the real deal. Sometimes wisdom does come with age. Completely sound, just recently floated by an equine dentist, current on all shots, coggins, 4 shoes, not a hard keeper. Shes had a few foals and is easy all the way around. Currently open.
No issues with this mare. Easy to catch, bathe, load, saddle, all that. Rides bareback, with a halter, with a snaffle, with a shank bit, whatever you have on your bridle you can ride her with. I had her back years ago when she was 4. By my timeline she would be 16, vet mouthed her a 17, we put 18 on her coggins just to be covered. No papers, but a singlefoot gait is not like anything most have seen around here... its not a side pace, its not a rack or running walk like walking horses, and its not a quick uppy step like a paso or peruvian. The walk is slow and easy and doesnt rock you back and forth like most saddle gaited horses do. She works off leg, sidepasses, crosses the wooden trail bridges, goes wherever you point her, literally.
Nice mare. Sweet personality
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