I am looking to reconnect with a horse who I used to take lessons on before I went off to college. The horse in question is named Dancer. He is a little Arabian or Arab Morgan cross. Dancer is about 25 years old now. He is a mahogany bay gelding with a gray star on the forehead and a couple of coronets. Dancer is about 13 hands high and was in Plymouth, Wisconsin back when I learned to ride. He was sold several times and one of the owners eventually moved to Tennessee and Colorado, so I am not sure where he might be now
Face: Star, Snip
Details: The star is more of a stripe in shape, but located between the eyes like a star would be. The snip is double with the top one being star shaped and the bottom one being similar to a stripe shape. Both markings are off white and not very pronounced. They are really not noticeable or brightly colored.
Leg Markings: Left Front Leg - Coronet Band • Left Rear Leg - Sock • Right Front Leg - Coronet Band • Right Rear Leg - Pastern •
Other Details: The leg markings are white. I think only one front leg (I don't remember which one now) had a coronet, but it could be both of them too.
He would dance around a lot, hence the name Dancer. He hated wearing a saddle, but did great when ridden bareback. Dancer's cue for trotting was a cluck and cantering was a kiss.
4-H, Halter, Lesson Horse, Longe Line, Natural Horsemanship Training, Ridden English, Ridden Western, Show Experience, Trail Riding: Recreational