He was retired to outrider’s horse (they catch loose horses at the track) then a pony horse (leading horses to the gate and jogging with them in the morning without their riders). A young girl owns him now and she is currently ponying off of him. She needs money to go to college in the fall and so has decided to sell him.
“Mullee” neck reins and can be ridden Western and/or English. He is a fun ride with a huge stride and he is easy going. He is well broke but has a little punk attitude and can be playful. He has an old scar on the outside of his right hind and a very small splint in inside of his left front. He loves treats and has great ground manners. He is a big mover with a very big stride. He will do well jumping, in the hunter field or as a 3-day event horse. This horse has a ton of potential. He is being sold without papers because they were never given to his current owner. “Mullee”just needs to be cleaned up and he is ready for the show ring. He should make an easy transition to whatever discipline you would like. This is a nice big boned flashy mover who will get noticed in the show ring.
UPDATE: SOLD by his owner!
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