On her second ride out of the stall and in the round pen, she walked and trotted like a pro! More whoa than go. Since that video, she is broke to all 3 gaits going out in the arena, is brave over colored poles and steps forwardly over cross rails.
15.1 hands and growing, string growth test shows 16 hands at maturity. Sensible, pleasing nature. Cute mover for hunters, eventing, fox hunting or for a family trail horse. Current on vaccines, worming, etc. She rides sound barefoot on frozen ground and is good for the farrier. Good for ground mounting or a mounting block.
Westfalen NA branded, microchipped and passported. Lightly started, she is smart and agreeable under saddle, while tacking and riding. Her mother showed talent as a jumper.
She has completed her initial under saddle training and will be left to grow some more. She was a pleasure to break and bring along in every way. Bold and confident. Enjoys a job and seemed super interested in the ground poles, small planks and cross rails. She walked and trotted eagerly over all of them, yet steady and calm. She showed some natural lead changes and good balance for her stage in training.
She is now in full training with three day eventing coach Debbie Iezzi Snyder.