This one I have seen listed before and I don't know why I didn't take a closer look. Anyway, she is located at a trainer's barn and I do know the trainer and have a friend I used to show with that trains with that trainer. I have asked my friend what she knows about the mare. The owner said that she would be good with a youth rider, may need a trainer with her, but wouldn't hurt her at all. My only concern is that she said the mare sometimes needs more leg to keep her in frame (I am assuming at a lope) but that she, being the owner, isn't very big 4'11" so it may not be that much of a stretch for my daughter to be able to do it. I did look up an older video on youtube and I really liked her movement. She is negotiable on the price which is good and I think since the mare has been listed for awhile I could get her for what I am willing to spend at this time. Anyway, take a look and let me know what you think about her. I am waiting to hear from my friend before I contact the trainer and schedule a trip up there, probably not until Christmas break as it is at least a 3-4 hour drive. http://www.equine.com/horses-for-sale/horse-ad-2627539.html Edit: My friend got back to me already. She has actually ridden this mare and said she would make a great youth mount. Super cute jog but her lope isn't that great, not horrible but she said she is so used to HUS that anything but that type of lope to her isn't great. So good news that she approves!