Blaze, two socks
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Lacey is a young mustang mare who was born at a wild horse sanctuary. She and Stevie were adopted by a family who fell in love with his photo. Unfortunately their adopter was forced to rehome the two youngsters due to personal circumstances. Two years later, the original owners were contacted by the person who had taken them, who also was unable to keep them. Concerned for their safety, both owners turned to SAFE for help. We evaluated the horses with the assistance of our veterinarian at Mt Rainier Equine, who found them to be in decent health and soundness, but pretty thin. (Lacey needed to gain about 75 pounds.) The two horses were surrendered into our care.
After groundwork and saddle work had started at SAFE, Lacey went for 90 days professional training to be started by Joel Conner. She did well with the riding but some of her ground manners are still needed to be confirmed. Lacey is a sweet girl once she respects and knows you. She is very green still and requires a confident rider. She LOVE working outside and going on the trails. She is gaining more trust everyday and is a very intelligent mare. Due to her youth and ground behavior she is not yet suitable for a young rider. She has a stocky frame so even with her small size, she doesn’t feel too small. She has a forward trot and canter and has a great stop.
While we work on a sales video for her…Her is a fun video of her playing with the yoga ball: Video: Lacey and the ball