16.2 hand Thoroughbred
Gigi was a happy accident. One of those deals to good to pass up. Sheerly because Michigan’s weather can’t decide what to become in early spring we happened to luck on a deal for Gigi. You see, in the spring of 2022 it rained…ALOT!….Gigi was at a barn that could not turn their horses out for 2 months because of the horrible mud because of the rain. Unfortunately for us, horses don’t understand why they can’t go out in the mud. Mud sores, pulled shoes, strained tendons, thrush and abscesses mean nothing to them, but it does to barn owners. So….Gigi was staying inside for those two months. Some horses are ok with that, and others…aren’t. You can guess which one of those Gigi was. The barn that Gigi was at knew about our program and offered her a too good to pass up price. Gigi became a Cedar Lodge horse and happily galloped out with the herd the day she arrived. Gigi is a sweat heart. She’s big, beautiful, and loves nothing better than someone to love her, feed her carrots and have a good groom. For her part, Gigi has a pretty jump, a floaty trot and a nice flying change. What else does a pretty girl want?