Reaching swinging trot - lovely canter. Such a people loving personality
Just introducted the scocor ball to her - she looks at life in such a accepting way.
$8,500.00 till shown
15 rides and out on the trail
Zia's has Mom's natural forward movement
Zia as a foal
Zia helping bring in the mail
Congradulations !! Dandy's new home is now with Cheryl Zietlow Mikasa's Bold Dandy Own history's first 2nd generation Moriesian 15.2 hh born 2003
Super relaxed big forward movement Personality Plus !!!! Only Dandy - with her inquisitive people personality ! Been camping, trail ridden, Road Savvy & Swims Solid foundation training, Great ground manners. Opus Black Mikasa (Moriesian) x Mideva (Moriesian)
Not only dressage - fun also!!!
Big forward relaxed movement
Mikasa's Bold Dandy
SOLD CongratulationstoPatty & Terry Young from Pennsylvania Mideva Foaled JUNE 29, 1999 GRIES TJEERD (Friesian) x KICK-A-POO SHADY LADY (Morgan) $12,500. Good bone, depth& SIZE! But it's her MOVEMENT that will catch your eye &DISPOSITION to steal your heart !! SEE pictures of Mideva's 2003 FOAL at (2003 foals) !!!
Her 1st dressage show earned Divison Champion 1st day + Reserve 2nd day
2009 Mideva trail rode in North Dakoda's badlands-true rough rider territory !! Rode 3 times in Wisconsin's largest trail ride Color-rama in Caroline and she herded and worked cows in Norwalk WI at Wild West Days.
Sold - Congratulations to Lynn on her valentine present from Richard Mikasa's Gambling Girl Foaled May 11, 2004 McQue's Painted Lady (QH) x OPUS BLACK MIKASA (Moriesian)
We call her GG Very FANCY Moving FLOATS when she trots! Very friendlyfree-Spirit Going wellundersaddle $6000.00 GG has the best movement of any Opus Black Mikasa foals I raised. I just can't keep them all.
Kaylin & GG on the bridge. GG spent almost every weekend trailriding -summer of 09 with Kaylyn Kone
GG has a unique personality where she looks to be with and to please her rider. A very fun horse! We had so much fun camping last summer almost every weekend on different trails at different locations. What I loved mostly about her was her spirit. She was very willing & accepting of challenging trails and challenging situations ! She trapped her hind foot inside a mounting block when I was riding her and she stayed with me until we got out of trouble. The fact she fit in & got along with my herd was extremely important to me. She is a horse that is not lead or dominant nor the bottom of the herd; so when riding her she was not over reactive and definitely not a pushover. We had a great summer together. Kaylyn Cone