"Isaac"

Owner: Forest Hill Farms

Show Name(s):  Black Tie Affair

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Breed:  Quarter Pony

Sex:  gelding

Color:  gray

Height:  14 hands

Years of Service:  2008

Biggest Fans:  Savannah Chapman, Ellen Reeder, Ashlyn Ryan

Other Facts:

     At the age of 2, he started his career teaching lessons and riding camp while continuing his professional training.  At the age of 4, he was started over fences and entered the schooling show ring; flat classes and cross-rails.   At age 5, he progressed into rated shows and was leased by various students.  There is nothing this pony will not do, the biggest attribute to Issac is that he is SAFE and loves children.  He has taught many children how to ride, jump and show.  During his career, he has been ridden english and western, carried kids on many trails including trail riding in the Oklahoma mountains, pulled carts and buggies in parades, and has traveled to many horse shows.  With camp and lessons, he also has awesome ground manners;  he clips with no twitch or fuss, awesome with farrier work, jumps in the trailer, ties to the trailer and bathes.  Kids can jump on him bareback with just a halter to play games.  He is content in the stall or outside.  He is an easy keeper and is sound.  Isaac has many show miles at 2'6"-2'9" and has schooled 3' at home.  He is always a champion with the short stirrup kids!  He is a kick kind of pony.  If his rider is unsure or looses balance, he will break stride.  Advanced kids wear spurs.  He goes in a smooth snaffle and has a natural head set.  He also has the step and making the strides is not a problem.  Since he has been such a reliable pony he has been ridden by a number of little beginner kids and his lead changes will need a little tune-up before going back out on the "A" circuit.  For sale and eligible for reduced board if he remains part of the lesson program.  No vices.  Suitable for a beginner rider.  For more pictures of Isaac, click here.

Isaac showing at Lamplight, 2004 already giving lessons as a youngster

 

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