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DOB: May, 2018
Olive can be ridden by young children and can also be driven pulling a cart by adults or children who know how.
She can teach natural horsemanship and ground driving to children and adults alike. She can even bow:)
She has already been used in an equine assisted therapy and has done events for elderly and children. Olive volunteers to come into a house or even a small crowded room. She stands patiently being pampered and painted on.
Olive is one of a kind - naturally very sweet, inquisitive, loves to hang out with all people and as unspooky they come. We bought Olive from a breeder when she was 9 months old and we have raised her, cared for her and trained her up to this point. She is friendly with other horses (in fact I’ve used her to rehabilitate abused horses), as well as an array of farm animals including chickens, big and tiny dogs, cats, sheep, goats, pigs and cows. Being hand-raised (bottle-fed after her mom died), she thinks she’s half-human (in the best of ways). She has had a lot of training and was started in way that continued her good will and connection towards people. She lives as a pet in the backyard and would follow you everywhere- yes, even in the house- or chill with you on the back porch while you sip on your favorite beverage.
She is 36 inches at the withers, solid color Appaloosa- UTD on everything and does great for the Ferrier (barefoot trim) and of course loads and trailers just fine.