**Please take note that we made the outside video with 35 mph winds and you can see the snow blowing right in her face. How many of you could take your horses out into a snow storm with below zero wind chills riding on snow and ice?
Yall....this long mane blue eyed flashy colored girl is life! This is a super neat cross that gets you the color, mane, and tail with light feet feathers of a Gypsy Vanner, with the size and stout, big footed-ness of a draft, and the smooth way of traveling of the Fox Trotter. Cha Cha stands 15.1 hands tall and your typical draft cross type build. Really a cool girl, previous owners called her 10 but my vet feels she is closer to 12, so that is what we are going with for age. Cha Cha is a cool little traveler that has been a hobby trail riding horse, she has tackled her first winter in snow very well and has grown an excellent winter coat. Cha Cha will gait if you ask but also moves out like a quarter horse, smooth walk, trot, lope, and catches both leads. Nice solid stop, she is started on neck reining but has mostly been ridden by riders that plow rein. She will stand to the mounting block and will also walk up to the mounting block with ease. She is lower end of the pecking order and really minds her own business in a herd. She will stall with no issues. She picks up all feet, stands, tied, and absolutely loves to be brushed and groomed. We braid her hair often here and she loves being pampered and loved on. Cha Cha has one glass eye, one solid dark eye. Cha Cha has gone both barefoot and shod, she has never exhibited any issues with tender soles or feet. Cha Cha stands for tacking up and doesn't require lunging or prepping before getting on for a ride.