Here are the three I filmed, and my finished videos. The cutting, pasting, trimming, and sticking together isn't that hard but I do need some work making the videos look "fancy." Plus, the camera person really stinks. Well, I stink. I need a better video camera and a tripod to limit the amount of shaky hand cam.
This is Melody. She's my favorite. Although she's only 13.3 hands she looks bigger on the ground because she has a well sprung barrel. I thought she was the most forward of the bunch but she had a smart brain and was willing and eager to please. I think she'd make the idea pony dressage horse for a small adult or a junior rider who wanted something to polish their dressage on. And of course she can jump!
This is Symphony, she's just turned three and is still in that awkward baby stage. As the baby she's had the least ground work and under saddle work yet she performed just as well as her sisters. She's going to make an adorable kids pony
Pony 3 is Rhapsody, she was very quiet and unfazed by everything and I thought her nice quiet nature means she'd be just as suitable for a pony hunter as a pony eventer.