2006 Cream Medicine hat Grade Mare, 14.2h

This attractive mare looks like a Cremello, but is actually a red roan pinto. She is built like a QH, but looks as if there might be a little Tennessee Walker in there somewhere. Bubbles is NOT gaited. Can be somewhat weary of face movements, spray bottles and water from the hose. She rides very well and was likely ridden plenty in Eastern Kentucky before being turned out on the strip mines. She would make an excellent trail horse or with constant work, a decent youth or lesson horse. 


Update: 3/4/2018

Bubbles is a tack and go kind of gal. She'd be a fabulous trail warrior for someone as the weather warms up. She has solid, barefoot hooves, never needs grain, and has a nice ground covering stride at the walk. Trots and canters without being nagged for it. Goes over cross-rails and cavalettis, and with some work would be a great, fun hunter pace mount. She is not for the meek, dead beginners unsupervised because she likes to stroll along. If you ask her to she goes, not run off by any means, but she likes to be given purpose.