Easy Quiet Childrens Hunter
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Warmblood Mare for Sale in Aiken, SC
With a little bit more time, Ivy will be a children's packer. Already cruising 2'3" at horse shows, she is schooling 3' and over at home. Incredibly rhythmic, Ivy makes finding the jumps very easy. A push ride when in consistent work, Ivy is an excellent choice for a capable child coming off of a pony. Doesn't look at the fences at home or away - always jumps. Three foot feels the same as a crossrail so will not jar less experienced riders. Ivy is a cute mover with great reach at the trot. She is learning how to stretch down and is starting to get a piece of the hack in good company. Lots of pics and video on our website narniafarm. net. Thank you.
About Aiken, SC
The municipality of Aiken was incorporated on December 19, 1835. The community formed around the terminus of the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company, a rail line from Charleston to the Savannah River, and was named for William Aiken, the railroad's first president. Originally it was in the Edgefield District. With population increases, in 1871 Aiken County was organized, made up of parts of neighboring counties. Among its founding commissioners were three African-American legislators: Prince Rivers; Samuel J.