Adoption Overview $800

Daisy

For now you need to know that Daisy has two faces and these are those. She is not shy about letting you know what she thinks about something and is not afraid of much. Daisy's strengths are her curiosity and loyalty. Daisy's weaknesses are not having good boundaries or respecting them and sometimes can have a bad attitude about something she doesn't want or understand how to do. Daisy has the potential to be suited for a sporthorse discipline, or as a pleasure/trail horse. We are looking for fierce adopters, who are as free spirited as Daisy. If you are interested in learning more about Daisy, please let us know and we can set up a farm visit! #daisy #RightHorse #repurpose #saddlebredlegacy

Details

NameDaisy
LocationEminence, KY
BreedAmerican Saddlebred
GenderMare
Age3
Height15.3 HH
ColorChestnut
DisciplinesProspect for Any Discipline
Temperament6 - Some Energy
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Basic Behavior Profile

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Basic Behavior Profile 8 of 14

Complete

  • Can be approached when loose in turnout.
  • Calm when haltered.
  • Leading, turning, stopping, backing.
  • Can be led through a gate.
  • Stands calmly tied.
  • Moves hindquarters away from pressure on hind.
  • Stands Calmly while body is brushed.
  • Stands calmly for oral administration of fluid from syringe or tube.

Incomplete

  • Allows all feet to be picked up, stands calmly while foot is held.
  • Stands calmly for blanket/fly sheet.
  • Stands calmly for rectal temperature.
  • Stands calmly for fly spray (spray or insecticide).
  • Stands calmly while legs hosed with water.
  • Calmly trailer loads and unloads.

The American Saddlebred Legacy Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 12
Eminence, KY 40019

Jennifer Hegg

President/Founder
502-495-8345
jennifer@saddlebredlegacy.com