Naveahs Gem (Opal)
Palomino APHA Paint Mare
Horse ID: 2159239
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Palomino Solid APHA mare
Date Foaled
MAR 2009 (11)
14.2 hh
950 pounds
Other Color or Markings
1=Very Calm...
10=Very Spirited
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Meet Opal! Opal is a 10 year old palomino APHA mare. She is registered but the person who registered her made a couple mistakes filling out the papers and but her under the wrong dam name and a couple years younger than what she is. APHA said it can be remedied, a new set of paperwork would need to be filled out.

Opal is a more whoa than go style lady but she is sensitive to pressure so I would recommend a. Advanced beginner +. She is super easy going on trails, prefers to follow but will lead with some reminder nudges. She is not super used to going out by herself but other than calling out for her friends she does great. She was trained as a Reining prospect when she was younger so she had some fancier arena training than usual. She does know the slide stop(super rusty) and is very quick and neat on her feet. Another western trainer said she would make a wicked barrel horse. I do not know if she has ever had a rope thrown off of her but she did not seem bothered when we took the split reins and swung it around over her head and past her face so I would hazard a guess and say she has. I think she would make a super little hunter horse to take a kid around in the hunter ring, she is smart and would pick it up in no time. She has been started over poles and is doing great. Opal crosses water, she even got into the ocean on her first visit to the beach with extremely minimal fuss. Crosses bridges and has just in general a “can do” attitude. On the ground she stands to be groomed and saddled and picks up her feet nicely. She gets anxious about putting the saddle pad and saddle on if you do it quickly so I just go slow and show it to her before hand. Good for bridling as well. She does stand to be tied but due to an unsafe/rookie tying method on a trial period last month she pulled back a few times and got away with it. I have not had an issue with it but it could be a new learned habit to watch out for. She stands to be mounted and stands for the dismount. She is not used to being blanketed or having a fly mask on but I am sufficiently torturing her with these human devices daily and she gets better ever time ;) she is barefoot! She also does not kick and has been towed behind another horse and towed off of

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