Registered Name: Make a Pass at Me
Birthday: May 1, 1996
Breed: Registered AQHA (Quarter Horse)
Best Friends: Ozzy
Right Brain Introvert
What’s Interesting: This sweet girl has an interesting past as a show horse and brood mare, then was left in a field for many years. She came to PHH as a 20 yr old.
What she likes: Soft touch – she came to us extremely timid of people. She likes soft and gentle touch.
Talents: She has a beautiful trot and canter – super smooth and nice.
Laelynn was born in Ontario and spent her younger years being a show horse. We don’t know too much about what she did, just that she did well and then became an AQHA broodmare.
She had at least one baby that we know about – when she was brought to us she was living with her baby out in a field and both of them haven’t done anything in a long time (years).
Laelynn arrived very underweight and with her hooves in need of a trim. The vet did an examination on her and decided she was healthy to receive her immunizations despite being very underweight. Luckily her teeth seem to be in good shape and didn’t need doing.
We had her turned out in the round pen at first and it took an hour to get her to catch Lindsey because of how timid she is of people. During the next couple days she was put into a smaller square pen (which still took about 5 minutes before she could be haltered). She would go for walks and grazing during summer camp.
She started some ground training with Lindsey so she could learn to trust and enjoy people. After her second session she was already following Lindsey around, standing quietly for rubs and learning to bend to both sides more evenly.
Student Franny did her first ride and we discovered she has some lovely training – she did walk, trot, canter with both leads nicely. She also learnt how to go over the bridge.
Now she is familiar with people and is easy to get. We have used Laelynn in some lessons and she has been great. It does take her time to get to know they person and can be shy to start with. Her really enjoy her because she is comfortable and she can do a nice slow jog and lope.
Because Laelynn is shy of new people, we want to find her a home where she will have a consistent person/family and are offering her free to a good home – we don’t feel its fair to be switching students up with her and dont think having her take part in summer camp as a riding horse will suit her. If you are interested please let us know.