Gypsy is a great old mare, about 23 years old. She's been an outfitter's horse the last 7 years and has packed novice riders and elk in and out of the mountains. She's been my daughter's horse this summer but my daughter will not catch the horse bug so I've decided to look for a good home for her.
She is wonderful to ride down the trail because she doesn't spook. She's not looking for boogeymen. We've encountered moose, elk, deer, turkeys, and cattle just in the last few months and I'm sure she's seen a lot more in her life before us.
She needs to go to a home where she'd be trail ridden with other horses or packed, she is not an arena horse. She would also appreciate a lightweight rider (150 or less) and I do give her bute when we'll have her out for several hours on a challenging trail. She has arthritis in her hind legs.
She is lowest in the pecking order and would rather not eat than be picked on, so if you have several horses just keep that in mind, she may need special feeding arrangements.
She is half mustang and the other half is thought to be Paso Fino.