Sugar baby has been turned out for the last few years, but was really good on her initial test ride. She has been used as a trail horse in the past and should probably continue on that path. Sugar Baby has had some laminated issues, and has some very mild rotation, but is currently sound with no shoes. Her new trail partner will have to understand that Sugar Baby will have to kept off of lush grass and her feet will need regular care to keep her in good condition.
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