Pumpkin halters, leads and lets you do her feet but can be mistrusting of people. She belonged to an elderly man before we got her and was given to some people who let their teens try to ride her and try to make her buck - when she got to the point of not letting anyone near her she was given to us. We worked with her a long time before her first adoption but she is going to need someone who is willing to bond and build trust with her. She would make a cute cart mule or is just the right size for coon jumping.
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