Muscar's Lyric - 15 yrs. $600 - Muscar's Lyric is a 15 year old registered Half Arabian gelding. He is actually 3/4 Arab and 1/4 Saddlebred. Lyric stands at 15 hands tall, is sound, healthy and is current on everything, trims, shots, de-wormers, etc. He has a very strong build and is in excellent shape. Lyric is easy to catch, lead, load, tie, good for the vet and farrier and is a well-rounded and well broke horse. He has been used mainly in the outdoor arena, but was originally trained and shown in Hunt Seat. He has also done a few trail rides. He has been ridden mostly English, but has been ridden Western here and there as well. He does best in a full cheek snaffle. Lyric's only real flaw is a small calcium deposit on his left hind pastern, which does not give him any real problems. Sadly his owner passed away recently and unexpectedly and she wanted her family to make sure he ended up in a good place and we are honored to have him here and available for adoption. Lyric is strong, very smart and will test his rider if they are not firm and confident. He is a great horse, easy to get along with, but is not a horse for an inexperienced or timid rider. Attached Images
So glad you gave him a soft landing. He sounds like a great horse for someone.
WELCOME Lyric. Glad you had a safe place.
He sounds like a fun horse! (If I we’re younger) I’m confident someone is going to be VERY PLEASED!
What does he do to test his rider?
He may hunch his back a bit, you just bring his head back up and all is good.
Good to know.... I will have to get my ducks in order and apply
Saw the pic of him with the truck on facebook. I love the look of this guy!!
I will post that picture here as soon as I am able - we are having trouble with the forum with them switching plans and we went over our usage, so it'll be a day or two before we can post photos again.
Lyric is a cool dude, and super friendly.
Wendy W - WI
Lyric stands out in the pasture too. Stunning, stunning boy.
Here is a pic of Lyric, along with friends Pride and Klasse. We were out mending fences and these guys were picking out tunes on the radio. (we did have to chase them off a few times so they wouldn't damage the truck)