We took on Tinkerbelle so that she wouldn't be sent to auction. After evaluating her more we don't feel we are the right facility for her. She needs to be in a single owner home. We were going to use her for our lesson program after we got her going under saddle well but we don't feel she's going to work. Tink is a 6yr old chestnut pony with a little bit of chrome. I'd list her breed except no one knows what she is. She's roughly 14.2 give or take an inch. She's easy to handle on the ground. Under saddle she doesn't seem to have had much training. No buck rear or bolt just doesn't know much of anything. She's had extensive ground training and will lunge. Tink was a pony who was prob bought by her past owner was sent for training and then left sit for 2 years. We have been told she's a welsh cross honestly we see Paso in her after being around quite a few of them. Here are the bad things I don't think she's ever been taught about picking up her feet. We will continue to work with her until a proper home can be found and she's by no means in danger. I just want what is best for her and at this time I feel someone who has a ton of time to pour into one horse is getting a special one. I have a few pics...two on the line and one under saddle. Please feel free to contact us about Tink. Under a trainer or parent I would consider her a 4H pony but she needs work with her feet before I'd consider her safe.