15.2 hands. This cute filly is a blank slate. She was in race training and just not the level they wanted. She does have a way of going called “Stringhalt” that makes one back leg have exaggerated movement at walk. It does not impede performance or usefulness and is not painful or from an injury. Barely noticeable while training under saddle at walk. Undetectable at trot and canter.
If you are wanting a young horse to bond with and bring along that has just enough handling and training, yet has not been exposed to actual racing, this is your gal! She has a short back, boxy build that would do well for family use or western riding situations, possibly even other sports.
She rode great for us and is really quite a fancy mover!