Dhelta is really good under saddle, where her good disposition has translated to good rideability. This filly has a really fancy trot!
What do you get when you breed a palomino to a palomino? 25% cremello, 50% palomino, 25% chestnut. Guess what we got? CHESTNUT! Dhelta will be much taller than Sommer and is really pretty. We forgive her for for not being colored palomino after seeing her move. Here she is at the GOV inspection and in the round pen. Be sure to scroll down to see her in the round pen. She moved much better that day than at the inspection, where she came out of the paddock on a hot summer day. (Our stalls are given to our guests).
Here are some videos of her sire:
Dhelta is very good to ride. She doesn't require lunging and she's only been under saddle a short while. Her pedigree suggests dressage (but look at what a good jumper she is!) and her rideability suggests that she is appropriate for the amateur rider.
Free running and then first time free jumping 2-14-17: