“No one can teach riding so well as a horse” – C.S. Lewis
Navajo Skipa Daisy, or “Daisy” around the barn, is a 14.3 stout mare. She has extensive experience jumping in the arena and on cross country courses, and loves to trail ride! Her gaits are smooth and she is very easy to get round and on the bit. She’s incredibly steady on the lunge line in lessons for beginners and riders wanting to fine tune their balance. These qualities make her an ideal lesson horse, along with the personality trait that makes her insist upon correct aids from her riders to get the correct leads. Interestingly, Daisy is actually registered Appaloosa, but her only spots are a couple white hairs in front of her withers and the rest of her is chestnut!