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Super talented all rounder gelding in Cwmbran

£3,250

GENUINE, SANE ALL-ROUNDER

- 15'2
- 16 YO
- ROR Eligible
- GELDING

We are delighted to offer for sale our lovely lad, A real easy type to own and manage. a super sort who We have the pleasure of owning.

schools sweetly on the flat, He has three good transitions, great breaks and is ridden in a simple snaffle bridle at all times. has been ridden by riders of all different ages and levels, proving just how safe and sensible he is.

happily jumps round a course of fences, bold and brave attitude into every fence.

would be an ideal mother/daughter share, or for somebody looking to have a bit of fun and compete at a few local shows.

Has hunted with myself this season, with the Ross harriers - where he behaved impeccably. Stood perfect at the meet and continued to be the perfect gentleman throughout the day.

To hack He is as close to 'bombproof' as you can possibly get both alone and in company. He is fantastic in traffic, unphased by heavy machinery, lorries, busses and the all other 'scary' vehicles. reliable and fun in open spaces, happily rides in his own field with horses grazing around him.

is easy to own and care for he happily turns out with mares and geldings. He is good to bath, load and shoe, etc etc.

Can be a little 'pet pony' in your face kind of horse, by no means naughty or nasty, just the type of horse that is desperate for a kiss and a cuddle as soon as you enter his stable!

A true gentleman that has done a little of everything.

The definition of 'safe, sane and sensible' however, given his ability in every sphere, I feel he would be wasted with a novice, as not showing any signs of slowing down despite his age. ideal for teenagers first horse coming off ponies.

The horse that will always look after you - seeking his new home where he can continue to do what he does best.

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37445863
Posted:
7 weeks ago
Mrbbh
Cwmbran
Posting for 7+ years
Joined
Oct 2014
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