I was looking at her to adopt, but ended up getting another horse instead. She has a kind eye, and although is quite green, she was very willing to do whatever is asked of her.
I can tell you that I just adopted another horse from New Vocations that came from Michigan. Regina did a fantastic job with her transition. Her family races STBs, so she knows the breed very well. I can't say enough positive things about my STB from NV. She is very well mannered, rides great and canters Good luck with your search
edited to add, the reason why I passed on Missy was that I wanted a smaller horse. Had nothing to do with her at all.
Last edited by mrs.smith; Feb. 4, 2013 at 03:42 PM.
Reason: more info
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My friend that breeds/races Standardbreds actually knows Regina personally, she was going to try to get me some more info on this mare. However, I would love to hear some opinions of those in the know as far as what makes a good dressage/jumper type.
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