Cheyenne is a sweet senior girl, about 14.1-14.2 hands tall, who obviously knows a lot. She's looking for a retirement home. She's well trained and would likely do well in a family with kids (or for your grandkids when they visit). She does have very poor teeth and will require supplemental senior feed, though she can eat hay and grass and enjoys it.
Cheyenne came from auction, underweight and with swelling on her face. A dental visit determined she is missing teeth and had awful teeth. She was floated and requires another float in August 2021. She will likely always need supplemental feed and her teeth checked yearly.
She is a lovely girl who knows her name and has obviously been loved prior to coming to GSH. She is very intelligent and knows a lot. We do expect her to test a bit as her weight comes up and she feels better, but expect her to be a pretty good girl.
Cheyenne is looking for a semi-retirement home. She can still be ridden by light riders and would make a great horse for visiting grandchildren or your younger kids who want to join the family on light trail rides and want to learn to ride in a pen. She'll make a lovely, sweet addition to any pasture and thrives on attention.