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My name is Tinkerbelle!
Facts about Tinkerbelle
- Breed: Pony - Other/Pony - of America Mix
- Color: Roan
- Age: Young
- Size: Small
- Sex: Female
I am rideable, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
**Please click on our organization name "Circle P Sanctuary and Ranch" for more information on adoption policies and fees** ____Tink History____ Tinkerbelle or Tink was surrendered to us in December of 2011. She was seen by The Ohio State equine veterinary team and has been doing great. We have been told that Tink was once a 4-H horse and is great with children. Tink was kept in foster care for a few months before coming over to our equine center. ___Tink Current_____ Tink is very respectful and well mannered, but can get anxious while working with people. She does not stand well in the cross ties, but will stand quietly on her own when being brushed and tacked up in a stall. She gets along well with other horses. Although she is a bit nervous at times, she is quickly re-gaining her trust of people through ground work. She has some anxiety about allowing the bit into her mouth, but accepts the bitless bridle and saddle well and has clearly been ridden before. She is careful and calm at the walk and trot with children on her back. However, she still seems a bit nervous and our young rider volunteer has had some trouble getting her to stay working on the rail rather than turning in and stopping. The more we ride her, the more she is settling into under saddle work. She has proven to be a well mannered riding pony. ___Tink Future___ Tink continues with ground work as well as work under saddle. Tink is a spunky, yet respectful pony that would make a great children's horse with time and continued training. She would do best with an intermediate type rider who would be able to ride Tink with calmness and confidence, as a rider who does much rein pulling and kicking would revert Tink back to her nervousness that she displayed when first working with her. Tink would also make a wonderful lead line or lunge line pony.