Well apparently I make my horse sound worse then she is, and I don't know how else to explain her.
Anyway, I would like some advice on what I should tell people when they ask about her. Here is her "description"
She is very spooky when she isn't in work, but when she is in consistent training she has no problem focusing and being ridden. On trails, in an open field, alone or in a group. Still spooks, but not often and only at something most any horse would spook at (read: Deer jumping out of no where!) However, when she is out of work for a few weeks, she begins to get "spooky" her spooks consist of bolting, which takes her a min to actually do and can be stopped easily (amazing breaks on this mare) and crow hopping.. again easily controled. The bolting you can feel her about to do and if you take up the reins, she just throws her head up, but never moves.
And like i said, this only happens when she has been out of work. She does really well when she is in work. No problem on the farm, off site, or in indoors. She has even gone to Brownland and was wonderful!
I feel like I put too much emphasis on her spooking and scare people off, but I don't want anyone to get in over there head. She is green, but not crazy green aslong as you dont give her too much time off.. How do I represent my horse well without scaring anyone off?
~*It's not about the ribbons, but about the ride behind it"
R.I.P. Teddy O'Connor