Over Height POAC Mare
Daisy has had limited showing in halter as a yearling and was 5th in halter out of 13 entries at the Gold Buckle Futurity in 2017. Bob started her under saddle in 2019 and rode her on the trails thru the fall of 2020. Her trainer who is my husband Bob had a massive stroke that took half of his brain in 2013. Ive been teaching him how to start ponies ever since to give him a job to do. Hes done very well on the basics. I have to get them started on the ground work because Bobs legs are not good. Daisy and the other ponies he has started become his legs. He absolutely loves trail riding mostly at a walk and trot. We also have an obstacle course that we train them on with lots of scary stuff out there. Daisy has been hauled all over Michigan to camp and trail ride for two summers. She has been picketed over night. Bob and I believe in training slowly and do not push our young horses. We work hard to keep them relaxed at all times. We do not use painful abusive methods to train No chains spurs yanking or whips used on this mare. She has been bred once. I bred her in 2020 to our POA stallion and she threw a very nice stud colt last summer. He will be staying with us for the time being. She is a pony that got too tall to be shown on our circuitapprox 58 inches but she can still be used for breeding within POAC. 5 Panel negative. Gorgeous head. Good attitude sweet loving laid back and calm. Would be good project for teenager or adult to finish their way. Hardest part has already been done for you! May see her this summer on the Extreme Mountain Trail Course in Holland Michigan during Pay to Plays. Daisy will also be registered as a Quarter Pony. They will accept ponies up to 58 inches.
May 17 on Equine Now