HS Drifts Miss Doc (Hazel) is a 2020 AQHA Red Dun Mare by High Springs Trapper (CC Drifts 110) and out of Rebelhillmissraisins (by Claytons Cougar).
Looking for your next all around ranch, versatility or rodeo prospect? Future family horse?Hazel could excel in multiple directions. Level headed and athletic enough for just about anything. She has an old soul. Safe for an experienced youth (not finished is the only reason why not intermediate/beginner youth friendly). She will be able to be a horse for anyone in the family as she gets more miles. Hazel was broke out as an early two year old. She was lightly ridden over the winter of last year and then picked up the pace over this last spring and summer of her 3 yr old year. Over that time she showed how level headed she was going on trail rides through water, thick bushes/trees, heavy sand, and up and down hills. She is not fazed by heavy machinery (as shown in her video). Crosses over our rolling and platform bridges without a blink of her eye. She worked on her arena skills in both indoor and outdoor arenas. Hazel will walk, jog, trot, and lope around nice and balance. She is working on keeping a consistent pace in all her gaits. Hazel is soft and responsive in the face. Once she is put into a walk/trot/lope she will hold that gait until told to switch, no need to kick her along or yank on her face to slow her down. She could lope for days, this girl takes a lot to get tired. Lots of natural athleticism. She is forward but in no means a runaway. Flexes and neck reins. Hazel recently returned from 90 days of professional training. Hazel has had a rope swung and thrown off of her, drug barrels around (shown in video), and tolerates the rope around her hind end and neck. Exposed to cattle and has cow sense. She has had some basic desensitizing and handles it all in stride and would continue to thrive with more and more exposure to the world. Hops right into the trailer no problem and takes her time backing out of the trailer. Stands great tied or in cross ties. She will happily stand in the center of the arena with you while you chat or teach a lesson as well. Bathes nicely. Good with fly spray. She has plenty of patience. Hazel has had no injuries or previous lameness issues. She is barefoot and has great feet. Had her teeth done this spring. Up to date on all other vetting. Hazel has a correct start on her that you can finish her out in any way you would like. Ranch versatility, roping, sorting, trail riding, barrels, WSCA/4h events she would be a great prospect for all. She will catch everyone’s eye with her beautiful red dun coloring, sweet face, and calm demeanor. Can sit for a bit and pick right back up where you left off. No funny business.