arrived here from Kentucky on March 8, 2017.
Izzy is a beautiful deep colored, strongly dappled palomino
with blaze face and two hind socks. She has a nice, natural singlefooting
gait. At just 14.1 hands, she is actually 3" shorter
than the 15h she was advertised as being. With this in mind, she is
a very substancial, well built mare, so we are hoping she'll still fulfill our needs. If nothing else,
she'll be easier to mount from the ground.
Because of weather and my reduced physical limitations at the
time of her arrival, I have not been able to do much with her just
yet. Once the snow and ice melt, and I am cleared by my surgeon to
resume my horse riding and working activities (after my December 23rd
hip replacement surgery), I plan to do a little work on a couple of
minor training issues I have encountered with her since her arrival
Izzy seems to be a nice quiet mare, willing to do most anything that
is asked of her. We are really hoping that she will prove to be a
rock solid trail and road riding horse.