The internet is a very dangerous place as we all know.
And uhm... I did a thing.
|Her sale ad photo|
And good thing we did - accidents are so common on our highway and it is always best to be safe rather than sorry!
Now onto the fun stuff:
Annie is is an 2012 Appendix who was just recently started (30 days with trainer, 10-15 rides with owner's students) and sold as greenbroke walk-trot-canter and going over trot poles. Interesting to note - she is actually a rabicano, which is highlighted by the white tail floof.
And, uhm... I bought her sight unseen. #itseemstobeatrendwithme
|How could you say no to that face tho.|
And those markings!!
From what I have been told, she hasn't been exposed to a lot of "life experiences" as I like to call them. She came from a very busy city where things like trail riding/ hacking and trailering out are a luxury item. But, the seller had said she is quite a steady-eddie despite her age and would even make a wonderful children's mount in the future with more miles. So, I imagine it will be a bit of a culture shock, but I think she will learn quickly about all of the weird, random shit we do up North.
She hauled exceptionally well for the haulers, and I had received quite a few compliments from them regarding her behavior on and off the trailer. I was told I "got a good one", which made me pretty pleased.
The Boyfriend and I headed out on this afternoon to meet the hauler and pick her up from the next town (45min drive).
More posts to come ;)
I am beyond excited to start our journey and to share it with all of you. This is just the beginning of a very exciting chapter.