Promising project or pretty pleasure horse  

- Horses - 169 Dairyville Rd, Upper Orara NSW 2450


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Missy is a very pretty super chilled, 17hh, 11-year-old TB mare who has a very infectious personality. Missy hasn’t been out and about as much as we would have liked but in the little amount she has done she has been eager to learn and please. Missy has previous cattle work experience and has been ridden around the farm and along roads and doesn’t bat an eye lid at tractors, motorbikes and quad bikes etc.

Missy has 3 beautiful paces on the flat, a relaxed walk, a bouncy trot, and an uphill canter. With some more schooling under an experienced rider missy will be a very straight forward ride on the flat. In saying this, she is perfect to hop on after being left in the paddock for months.

Missy has also had some experience doing pole work and has popped over some jumps and shows some talent in this phase. Missy would ideally suit a competent rider that is able to educate her further. She has had kids do pony rides on her and she has really looked after them. Missy is easy to do everything with, catch, worm, trim etc. And will come up to you in the paddock for a cuddle.

Sad sale due to limited time.
In paddock condition currently hence the lower price. 
Only for sale to the best of homes. Vet checked welcomed. $1,000.

Located Upper Orara, NSW.

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