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Diamond was saved from slaughter when HiCaliber rescued her from Ontario Auction on June 7, 2016.
This gal is as precious as it gets. With baby Pearl still by her side when she came to HiCaliber, Diamond proved herself to be the most perfect of moms. The first time they were separated caused her some anxiety, but afterward, she settled down enough to endure a Western saddle and some lunging. We suspect she's never been ridden, due to her reaction to pressure, but she's coming along very nicely, handling her workouts with aplomb, even if she does flash some side-eye every now and then.
She's not aggressive, but does tend to spook a bit, changes direction on command during lunging, and is great with being tied and led. She will be a wonderful project horse for an advanced rider willing to guide her with a consistent hand and work with desensitization on feet and tail, particularly when it's bath time.
Diamond is still rough, but she's going to outshine anybody with a little dab of polish. The best diamonds are the ones worth working to obtain.