Pretty young mare.
Bought as an unbacked 3year old.
She has been brought on without rushing to establish her basic way of going.
Her paces are rhythmical and balanced and is clever with her feet over poles with a neat jump.
She has been out schooling, for lessons, some training shows and a couple of unaffiliated dressage and showjumping competitions.
Came 3rd(clear in both) in an unaffiliated 70 and 80 last week. And has just returned from her first stay away show.
She travels accompanied and alone, and will stand alone in the lorry while other ponies are having lessons or at competitions.
Vaccinations, teeth and worming all done recently. She has also been seen by a physio, when other ponies are being treated.
Shod in front and fully clipped out in the winter.
We turn her out with mares/geldings/ our yearling.
Doesn’t seem to change her personality when in season.
I’m not in a hurry for her to leave, the best new home for her is more important. Where she will hopefully reach her full potential. So a knowledgeable, experienced home is required.
Although she is easy to do and have around she is still young and wants someone to keep her confidence up while introducing her to a more competitive life.
This is a lovely little mare, who in the right hands will be extremely rewarding. And a great partnership will be formed.
We bought her as a project and if she was bigger she would definitely be staying and in time eventing with my ( too tall) daughter. Though saying that she takes the leg and I (5’8” and no spring chicken😬) ride her on occasion!
Low 5 figures and please only serious enquiries.