32-year-old Horse Won A World Championship & Now She Means The World To These Kids!
Make Mine A Scotch, a 32-year-old Quarter horse has lived a very full and interesting life. She won a World Championship back in 2000 and now at age 32 she’s still going strong and teaching little ones how to ride.
Sandy Arledge wrote on Facebook,
“MAKE MINE A SCOTCH(foaled in 1986)…this challenging but terrifically talented mare was purchased by one of my clients as a 4-year-old. She went on to take a number of talented youth to the winner’s circle, and achieved the status of WORLD CHAMPION SENIOR TRAIL horse in 2000. A tribute to the longevity and durability of the AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE, Scotty has been a beloved lesson horse since her retirement from the show pen, and lives the good life teaching “littles” how to halter, groom and tack up a horse. She is lovingly cared for by Lindsay LaPlante, Liz Place and the students at Silver Spur Riding School. This is what the American Quarter Horse is all about!”
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