Generously sponsored by Anne and Ike Tripp

Hi all! It is a pleasure to meet you. My name is Dash, well my registered name is Black Mercedes Dash. I am an Appendix Quarter horse. Being that I have a lot of racing bloodlines, my first career was on the Quarter horse track, so I do have a tattoo. I did not stay on the track long; I found other avenues that suited me better. As you will soon find out, I am quite the cuddle bug; I just love attention and I am such the character. You will see that I stick out my tongue only to the left. There is nothing wrong with me; it is just part of my personality. My way of just saying “hi” – it does get me lots of attention.

I was donated to Fieldstone Farm in April of 2015 by Nancy Mills of Chagrin Falls. I have done so many things in my life; it is time to share it with others and take on a new career.

This place is perfect being that I have been ridden English and Western; I am quite the versatile guy. Nancy rode me in dressage for a few years and I enjoyed that. I am definitely a people pleaser and thrive on attention. I was born in 1996 and so I do have a few miles on this handsome body. Of course with that being said, I do have some limitations; no more jumping for me and some days I might start out a little stiff at the trot tracking right. No worries, just part of getting old, but I do quickly warm up and work out of it.

I am a black, 16.1 hand refined guy. I am a real eye catcher. I am super sweet and very easy to work with. If I do say so myself, I have the best manners in the barn. I love, love, love to be groomed. I could stand there all day and soak up the attention. There are lots of activities to keep me busy. I am very well-mannered and good at reading people so I think I will be great in the mental health programs. Plus, I am just one of those guys you just love being around. I am super easy to lead; I pretty much just follow you. I do like the voice commands, it helps me to do what you want.

I have been there and done that, so I am very steady and level headed in the ring. I will be an awesome independent horse. I would prefer not to play a bunch of games while in the ring; I would rather get straight to work. I do enjoy working outside a lot – lots of things to look at out there.

Well, I am looking forward to spending time with all of you. See you soon!

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