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Dolly was very lightly backed last year, she was established in walk and trot off the lunge before leaving her over winter to mature. She hasn’t done anything apart from some in hand things this year due to me being pregnant. She lives out 24/7 but has been stabled and is well behaved in a stable.
She is quite possibly the sweetest mare I have ever met and she is a real people’s person. She adores people, fuss and love. She is full of personality and with the right owners and attention she will go really far. She is a nice quality young horse who has been barely touched so a clean canvas. Things have been done very slowly with her to not put pressure on joints etc. she’s now ready to begin her education.
She will need an experienced person to help her with her education.
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