Honey is standing behind Red (she has the blaze)
Honey with her mane in braids
Honey and Christy
Per the owner:
Honey is a great horse, will be your pet or work horse. I just broke her as a trail horse; she is ready to be finished for your riding preferences. I've owned her since she was born, in '06. Big bright chestnut, very nice filly, never bred, sweet, will do anything you ask of her, would make a nice cutting horse, very nice hind end on her, strong and stocky, anything for a treat or a sip of Coke. She was broke at the age of 2 and had 2 years of exposure before riding; she is totally comfortable with all your tack/tools, doesn't spook at anything, has pulled logs, ponied other youngsters, walks on tarps, over logs, through ponds; there isn't a thing that will spook this girl. Definitely a water horse - no problem bathing this girl! Very strong trot, nice even canter, clean strait legs, easy going girl, great trail horse, loves to follow, or lead the pack. She was ridden 3 to 5 times a week in her 2 yr old year, now a bit less, but regularly. Very pretty head, knows her Parelli. I mainly use my halter as a bridle, sidepull, hackamore; no need for a bit, but will ride in a bit for refinement. She knows round penning; sweet enough to put the babies on and lead around - actually had another rider fall right beneath her and she never moved a muscle - no kicking, biting, or any unwanted behavior; stands great for farrier, kept bare foot, great feet on her, leads, loads like she's done it a million times, ground ties, crossties, ties anywhere you put her. Current on coggins, utd on farrier work. Thanks so much for looking - please pass along to your friends. May consider dropping the price to the right buyer.
Contact Christy at http://www.jacksonstables.net/ (where Honey is boarded); email@example.com, 205-572-3535 (text friendly as well). Many more photos available!
Honey 's parents:
Dam with Honey waiting to be born in 5 more weeks!
Dam is a 16h grade Percheron/quarter cross.
Sire is a 14h palomino Appaloosa/paint cross, no papers