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Crawfish is an 8-year-old grade quarter pony that stands 53” tall. He’s been hauled to barrel races and play day shows by my 6-year-old daughter. He loads/ unloads easy and stands tied at shows. He will go wherever you point him and will cross water with no problem. He is quick on his feet but will go whatever speed is asked of him. When my 6-year-old kicks him up, he lopes right off and will go however fast she asks of him. He won’t run off and he has a great stop, but he’s not a dead head. We bought him with intentions of entering them in the POA barrel racing side pots, but he’s borderline with his height as they have to be 52” or under to qualify. If you’re looking for a step-up pony, Crawfish is the one!

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