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Super smart Jump/Event Prospect

Debbie Wilson in Northampton

3 years old
72% TB x Warmblood
Eventing, Show Jumping and Youngstock
Just Dynamite (Ozzie) Ozzie is a 3yr old 16.2 1/2hh Bay gelding 72%TB x Warmblood by Champions Dynamo (Mill Law x Demonstrator). Champions Dynamo is by the iconic Mill Law one of the most popular sports horse stallions of modern times - he has an impeccable competition record gaining 152 BE points & 145 BD points. He was the leading BE sire of 5/6yr olds 2010. Mill Law upgraded to Advanced by the May in his 7th year. He won the Burghley Young Event horse qualifier at Bramham. Offspring have had phenomenal success in youngstock horse classes. Champions Dynamo has competed upto Advanced level eventing finishing 16th in the 8/9yr old young horse championships at Aston Le Walls. He has many double clears and placings along the way. Results include 3rd, 6th, 7th at intermediate level & he competed in the Osberton CIC 2** ( now 3***). Champions Dynamo's talent and natural scope also led him to excel British Showjumping. Ozzies Great grandfather is the amazing Demonstrator who was ranked No.1 dressage sireon the BHD rankings 2000, 2001 & 2002. His offspring are a guarantor for type and movement desired worldwide. A top German grading judge described him as "a perfectly balanced horse with beautiful elastic movement, brilliant jumping technique & ability". Ozzie's Dam was produced to event & BS. She is by the Grade A SJ Weston Maestro ( Louella Inschallah II). Her Dam's sire Thornsett Julian show jumped internationally. Ozzies dam has jumped BS upto 1.05 on a ticket always going clear and was entered into her 1st BE event when she sustained a serious injury XC schooling ending her career. She had incredible scope and I'm sure she would have gone far without the injury. Ozzie has a lovely temperament and great character. I believe he would excel in young horse classes in 2023 in the right hands. His half brother Champions Firecracker was a BYEH finalist. He's usually easy to deal with, good to catch and with the farrier. He has seen farm traffic. We've only loaded him in the trailer 3 or 4 times - we didn't pressure him and made each time a nice experience. Please ask if any further questions

Debbie Wilson