She is such a gem that she was broken and trained by a very young teen. She has been off the farm to a variety of venues, is in steady riding, is continuing to gain skills and is waiting for her perfect person
In a perfect world, every young mare should be allowed to have a foal at four or five, and then go on to her career with broodmare status waiting for later. Gracie has had just this luck! Her pedigree is a mixture of English and American blood from lines known for type, hardiness, temperament and beauty. She delivered a stunning 2019 foal by our stallion Foothills Field Marshall, and that filly has already found her new home She has a lot to offer any breeding program
Gracie has been part of our quadrille team at the region III ACPS show. SShe has participated in our annual summer camp — all under child riders! Her ground manners are impeccable and she is a pleasure for an adult or child to ride.
Gracie is a natural and efficient jumper! She haa no balk or refusal, and is happy to approach poles, fillers, and typical ring obstacles. She hacks happily through our woodsy jumping trails here on the farm or out on the battlefield. She continues her training over fences and is in steady work.
What is it about those dapples??? We just love them, as well as her huge kind eye, balanced and correct comformation, and good movement. She is athletic enough for any typical connemara endeavor, but fancy enough for the hunter ring as well.
Gracie is priced to find herself a great family home early this spring.