Sinful's 2011 Foal
Foaled April 28, 2011 at 10:35 AM
Rhia is fancy and full of life! She is extremely people oriented and willing-to-please when being worked or handled; a joy to work with and train. At liberty, she is animated, athletic, and full of spark and pizzazz. She loves to strut, flag, and show off. She is very much an athlete, using her hocks correctly, and can really get underneath herself.
Trail rode exclusively, she goes through water, mud, across busy highways, over downed trees, up and down hills, and will "trail blaze" through the woods where there is no trail to follow. She is a "go forward" sort that requires very little encouragement to step forward. We have rode in both a side-pull (bitless bridle) and a simple copper-mouth english snaffle. She responds with a light contact. She thrives with a rider who has confidence and the ability to reassure her if she becomes uncertain. We talk to our horses - and she looks for that in her rider. She is used to the company of our pet dogs, and enjoys sharing trail rides with them. Doesn't spook at hikers, bikes, or other things encountered on a trail ride. Doesn't bite or kick the horses she rides with. She has limited experience trail riding alone - simply because we don't usually ride alone. She is comfortable riding solo if I take the dogs with us. I have never taken her out completely alone; no other horses or the dogs.
She is GREEN in "arena work". Things like taking the correct lead at a lope or canter, neck reining, maintaining 2 distinctive speeds at trot, going into a lope from a walk, and to some degree "leg pressures" she is unfamiliar with. She could certainly learn these things - but since we prefer trail riding to arena work -we simply haven't taught her. We saddle up and head out to trail ride - and this is what she knows.
Handled daily from birth to present, she safely ties, clips, stands for fly-spraying. Rhia is well mannered for veterinarian and farrier work and up to date on both. Stands 14.3 hh. She has fancy markings; will turn heads and garner attention where ever she goes. She will make you proud showing in hunter, western, or classic pleasure/driving. Not looking for a show horse? She is so people oriented, sane, and willing, she'll make a wonderful best friend and favorite trail horse, too.
Her dam and
maternal sister have been some of my very best producers. I'm hesitant to
part with Rhia for that very reason. I'm sure this
eye-catching mare will follow in their hoofprints. I'm not producing the
number of foals I once did, and I am serious about reducing my headcount. If you are thinking a
foal may be in your future one day - Rhiannon will help make your breeding
dreams come true by producing a beautiful, fancy Morgan foal for you.
I've sold her full sister and lost her dam and maternal sister. I adore this lovely mare and I hate to see her go. Truly, my loss can be your gain. Inquiries are welcome.
View a six minute video filmed February, 2015 at the following link: http://youtu.be/tlfnNOnlQ14
Accepting a loving rider as a baby herself!
Scary tarps? No problem!
She is mannerly for the farrier, and was blessed with correct, normal, sound hooves.
Sweet, inquisitive, and simple to catch.
Even as a 6 year old - still not bothered by the plastic tarp.
More Trail Riding
She will stand to be saddled and mounted.
Rhia will trail blaze through the woods where there are no paths.
Although gentle and willing, she may not be best suited for a timid rider.
She will still stop and stare at anything she finds to be "out of place" on a trail. We make her "touch it".
Sire Ancan True Colors Sire Fiddler's Blackriver Sire Waseeka's Vivo Sire
Waseeka's Here Tiz
Waseeka's Theme Song
Aquila's Miss Bee Haven
Waseeka's In Command
Aquila's Queen Bee
Foxy's Cotton Queen
Century On Command
Waseeka's In Command
Trophy's Irish Lady
Val's Gay March
Gay Maid Of Wenloch
Hip Heath Cinfield
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Sire, Ancan True Colors
Dam, Sinful Command "Sinful"
Shown above at 20 years old
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