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She was backed by us early this year and was an absolute treasure. She was safe as houses right from the start, not spooky and quite happy to go out alone.
She came back for holiday livery a couple of weeks ago and once again was a joy to have around. Now her owner has decided that Pea feels a little bit small for her, and that she has more potential than she'll use.
It's like she's been hacking her whole life, she will happily go like a trekking pony behind, or lead the way and stride out beautifully. We've had her past hedge trimmers and tractor trailers without her batting an eyelid. We trust her completely, and can attest to that as she's regularly ridden by my heavily pregnant sister.
She's started school work and done poles, she schools well in walk, trot and canter, absolutely loves her pole work and was so willing for her first little jumps.
This is a young horse who has been very carefully produced, she just did straight line work for months to allow her to strengthen up and build the correct muscles without being overworked. Because of that, we have no qualms about her being truly fit and ready to go and she has proved that by being beautifully balanced in the school.
Good on the ground, barefoot, good to travel. A very easy keeper.