Ensbrook Oh What A Night (Opal)
Black Morgan Horse Mare
Horse ID: 2175569
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Horse ID: 2175569 Ensbrook Oh What A Night

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Sporty Morgan for show/endurance/ mountin trail
Date Foaled
2014 (6)
Gender
Mare
Height
14.1 hh
Weight
950 pounds
Color
Black
Other Color or Markings
White star on forehead 
Gaited
No 
Warmblood
No
Temperament
1=Very Calm...
10=Very Spirited
6
May Trade
For
No
Registered?
Yes
Reg. Assn
Reg. Number
 
For Lease
No
For Sale
Yes
Asking Price
$9,500 (US) NEGOTIABLE
Details
(Her registration is in the works)
Currently in training at Ensbrook Morgans in Arlington Washington. She is available to see while there.
I uploaded a few youtube videos. Here's a teeter totter in hand. There's one under saddle as well. https://youtu.be/g04K1vtjNwA
FLASHY, LIGHT, SENSITIVE. Would excel in dressage type training. This mare gets constant compliments everywhere she goes. And is the barn favorite everywhere she goes. Sweet, sensitive and respectful on the ground, will never step on your toes or bump into you, she has great ground manners. She's a personable, sweet girl that LOVES to be loved and give love in return. She will nuzzle your hair with her silly lip.
Great for people who like technical horses. She knows her cues off your seat and legs and is light in the bridle. She rides in a rope halter, snaffle, or bosal. I have ridden her through town for lunch in a rope halter. So she's also been around vehicle traffic, bicycles, hikers and dogs.
She LOVES to go. TONS of trail miles on her. Loves to lead. Loves to move out. She is not gaited but has beautiful smooth gaits. She works in the arena and is a splendid trail horse. Never misses her footing and always watches where she puts her feet. Started on mountain trail obstacles. https://youtu.be/d8tTnEvWejQ
https://youtu.be/D1qsPtN6UYo
(These videos are from early on in her training, she's improved)
Opal crosses bridges of all sizes with ease, big tall, or railless small bridges and floating bridges. She loves teeter totters and is quite good on balance beams and loves to put herself on a pedestal (literally).
She crosses and enters bodies of water from rivers to lakes.
Stands to be mounted and stands tied.
She would be a top notch endurance horse. She's a great trail horse, for someone who likes to go. Opal is a nicely moving, forward type of horse. Not for beginners. She's sporty, fast and a ton of fun.
Current teeth and shots both done this year. Great black Morgan feet, I ride her shod because I do a lot of trail riding all over. No soundness or health issues.
She's in great health and ready to hop on and eat up the trails!
Feel free to look at my Instagram for more Opal adventure photos and a few videos. IG snillumnevar

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Pedigree for Ensbrook Oh What A Night

First GenerationSecond GenerationThird GenerationFourth Generation
Sire:
Ensbrook Prophet
     
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
Dam:
Bernhill Annie Oakley
     
 
   
 
     
 
   
 


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