Category: Non-Riding Companion
Bio: Aimee is extremely dear to us. She was a last chance horse given to my 8 year old daughter 2 1/2 years ago so she could continue with her horsemanship skills and develop into a stronger rider. It’s the first horse she has owned and paid for. Aimee came to us older and with a preexisting rodeo injury in her right knee. She rode her for 3 seasons in our churches Gymkhana series. We were told by others and a vet to butte her if she wished to continue riding, which we do not agree with so we have used other holistic methods during our ownership with her to treat her knee when feeling sore. My daughter has out grown Aimee’s abilities for riding and she has had a long life and worked hard. Lola would like her to find a home where she could be a companion to another horse or family. Although she can no longer charge the gate she is still suitable for being ponied, worked in a round pen, a beginner therapy horse or lead lined while moving cattle. She would be great for a under 14 rider to learn the love and bonding of having a horse. Lola’s worst fear is the sales barn. We will keep her until we can find a good new fit for her to spend the latter of years.
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