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On the ground, you can’t fault her, she stands perfectly to be washed, brushed, tacked up, caught in the field, farrier, vet, rugged loads and travels safely. She is handled by adults, children and special needs daily and always behaves impeccably. Currently she is turned out all the time in a field with other mates but is quite happy to be caught and come in by herself and chill in the stable.
She does love a loose jump in the arena.