Zorro has been
sold. Many thanks and best wishes to Allen and Annetta Pemberton of
Clarkton, Mo. The Pembertons bought He Dun Kister in April, and came
back in September for a second horse from us. We're pleased they liked
the first one so well, and thrilled that Zorro will be in a good home,
and back with his old pasture mate Kister.
Zorro, a breathtaking buttermilk buckskin, is about the most easy-going young horse we've ever met. He's had a little over 30 days training, and he's very mellow- mannered, cooperative and eager to please.
Zorro has been around. We've hauled him to three trail rides, to town to ride on the streets, to two horse shows, and ridden in a horse-crowd in an indoor arena.
it seems to
bother him. He's been ridden in the dark, didn't mind a loud train
nearby, or cattle, or cars, or dogs, or plowing belly-deep through a
people target practicing. He does it all without hesitation or acting
was two, our daughter (11 at the time) rode Zorro on a 7-mile trail
with no problems. She has also practiced showmanship with him, and
he'll stand up
square, trot beside, and pivot for her. He is very patient, and will
stand still for her to show him. He already becoming consistant, as
he has been well-behaved every time he's been out on the trail this
past season. With his
nature and willing attitude, we think this boy has fantastic potential.
registered with both AQHA and ABRA (American Buckskin Registry
Association), so he is eligible to show at buckskin shows. See photos
of Zorro under saddle at A Day on the Trail.
top photo: 26 months