Evander's Gold
Milady Wood
1997 Mare
Present Roll
Sport Horse

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I've had Tiny, show name- Living Dreams, race name- Dontgetmerong since 30th Oct 2002 when her owner offered her to me.

The vets told me Tiny wouldn't survive as she was in very poor condition.

Tiny has taught countless kids and adults (some with major disabilities 3 -59yrs) to ride and how to love standardbreds.

Tiny is voice, whistle and car trained. She has competed in english and sidesaddle showing, western, cowboy challenges, trekking, endurance, barrel racing, jumping up to 90cm (but 120cm at home) and pony club!

Tiny is a horse you can leave in a paddock for months and bring out to anything. She will try her best to please her rider.

When Tiny gets to road ride with learners, she also teaches them how to cross roads/intersections as she looks both ways before she crosses the road and will not do it until safe (this horse also will walk home from one side of town to my place if she has gotten out safely).

Here is what one of Tiny's riders families had to say- "Tiny as she is known is a 15.3hh mare, never made it on the track, but off it she's incredible.

My daughter Amelia met her on the morning of a show last April and with a short warm up, off they went into the beginner ring and won three ribbons including a 1st in the obstacle event.

Some 2 months later we met her again and she took Amelia around a competitive trail ride course over hills and gullies of 5.5km, Tiny and Amelia did that distance in 40 minutes which was not far off the optimum time and came back to resting heart rate within the 30 minutes which gave Amelia a first prize ribbon.

Not bad for a 25-year-old!"

Story shared by Kirstyn, Amelia & Tinys owner Sharon

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