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Thank you for your interest in Tiny. She has sold to an amazing home.

2009 Liver Chestnut Mare, 14.1 hands. 

Are you a weekend warrior? Monthly warrior? Annual warrior? Do you want a horse that’s your pet and best friend during the week and a cow eating MACHINE on the weekends? Is riding a social deal for you? I have your booze cruiser right here.

 

She is FUN. She came to this earth to dominate cows, and that’s what she does. Let her sit all week, month, or YEAR and jump right on. She will be the same, sharp, cowy sucker she was the last time you rode her. And she is FUN. 

 

She’s a cutter that sat in a pasture for years, so she has low miles. I’ve taught several people how to cut and work the flag on her. She’s incredibly forgiving, probably because she’s only focused on the cows. She’s also good on the trail. 

 

Here’s the skinny — I dreamt of making her into a bridle horse for NRCHA, but Tiny doesn’t really care about my dreams. She just cares about cows. I’ve tried, but she doesn’t focus on pretty circles. She does, however, turn around quick (though not super correct) and has a monster stop. 

 

I have the paperwork and veterinary examination together to get her NRCHA Competition License, and can do that for you if you like incredible cutting and fence runs, as well as terrible reining patterns. :) The breeder never gave me her papers like he promised. She’s out of a mare named Imapeppy Madonna. The guy had a few studs and claims she’s by a son of Smart Mate.

 

I love this horse, whatever she may be. She is downright adorable. She loves people, neighs at you every time she sees you, and being brushed and braided is her heaven on earth. Whether she’s a full quarter horse, or half arab, alpaca, or road runner, she is a cow machine and is enthusiastic about getting to work. She would make a wicked weekend fun cutter, sorting horse or even team penner.  She will clean right up and do the job for you while you sit back and drink beer with all of your friends who have to ride their horses everyday to survive on the weekends. 

 

You can tell that she’s nearly perfect in my eyes.♥️ I will only let her go to someone who feels the same. I’m not interested in selling her to someone who wants to tool on her 6 days/week. Instead I’m looking for someone who loves the company of a horse and likes to chase cows for fun with their friends without having to crank on one all week to make that happen. She deserves the world, and has more than earned it. 

 

She gets along with everyone, has always been barefoot, current on dental work and vaccines, and (as you can tell) is an easy keeper.

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