Autumn

Autumn is a gorgeous 12 year old bay appendix thoroughbred mare who stands 16 hands tall.  She has been trained English and is a beautiful mover. 

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Autumn came to the farm where I board in a rescue situation.  She had been leased at another farm and they no longer cared to keep her.  They rode her English, with a tight martingale.  She is a bit head shy and you have to work to get her bridle on and I think this is why.  I'm unsure how long it had been since Autumn was ridden before she came to the farm, but she has been worked with and she has been ridden a few times.  She has done nothing bad, but she did need some round penning before she settled down enough for a rider to get on.  I did not rescue Autumn, but I do currently own her.  She and I are not a good fit, I am a beginner western rider and she is way too much for me to handle.  I also do not have the time (or knowledge) to work with her consistently.  She has come a long way, but I believe someone who knows horses could turn her into a great dressage horse easily.   I already have a project horse and I cannot handle this girl as well.  I would happily offer her to a great home where she will get the training she needs so she's not wasted.  I have a couple videos and a few more pictures available.  Please email me (Leslie) at tinybit88@yahoo.com.  She is a very nice horse and once she's learned to trust someone and has a refresher and some miles under her she is going to give someone a lot of joy.

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