16.0 hand Thoroughbred
Rosalie has had an interesting past. She raced. She went to a breeding farm to be bred. She tried to be a mama for 5 years. When that didn’t work out, she became a show horse. First hunters, then eventing and finally jumpers. She’s a been there, done that kind of girl. Like many good mares, she has a certain way she likes things done. If you figure that out, she will give you the world. If you don’t, or you think you’re riding a gelding, she just may give you nothing at all. Cedar Lodge is a strange new world for Rosalie, what with our 18 hours of turn out, coed pastures and large populations, but she’s figuring it out. It took her a couple weeks to not come in once it was dark and stand under the night light by the gate, but now she seems to be acclimated to life in a pasture. I am excited to figure out all of Rosalie’s buttons and see exactly where she ends up fitting for Cedar Lodge. She has a solid foundation through 1st level dressage work, and jumped around a 3’0 course with her old owner. We’re hoping we can ask her to do the same for us.