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Top Class Super Scopey 6yo Showjumping Mare

P S in Winchester

6 years old
Irish Sports Horse
All-Rounder, Eventing and Show Jumping
Grey mare 6yo Full up 16.3hh (just shy of 17hh on a stick) Enormous amounts of talent and scope NOT mare-ish at all; turned out with a gelding No vices Happy to live in or out Classic Irish Breeding: ID (Killinick Bouncer) X TB (Breeding goes back to Saddler's Wells) Very sweet temperament, good to do in all ways - good for the farrier, easy to handle on the ground, easy to load and travels well Has NEVER bucked, reared, bolted, etc Green for age because up until we bought her she had done very little, so needs bringing on up the levels. Flatwork: Never going to be a pure dressage horse as it is not her thing - she is more of a pocket rocket showjumper and though she can work nicely on the flat, a competent rider is required to keep her settled so that she is not tense- She is a lot more WOAH than go but does not bolt and is not dangerous. This may be improved with more schooling with a competent rider but currently, this is where she is at. Showjumping: An absolute machine. Loves her job! Bold, careful, and scope to burn. Very much a pocket rocket sort, very keen to a fence and will take off on any stride; very quick and elastic off the floor, even to a deep stride. Because of how forward she is to a jump (she does get strong but a competent rider will have absolutely no problem), she is absolutely not for a novice. Has just been registered with British Showjumping and only been to one show - has 13 BS points currently. Cross-country: Has a really good strong gallop (As she is 1/2 Thoroughbred) and always has brakes. She has only been cross country schooling twice, but has always been willing - she is green to skinnies, and can be unsure about water but has never said no to anything. Hacking: Good in company or alone, good in all traffic, and with dogs accompanying. Hunting: I've been told she hunted in Ireland when she was younger - I have no proof of this, it is just what I was told by her previous owner. She does have a scar behind her front fetlock that she had prior to me owning her. I've had two vets and farriers look at it - it is superficial and does not disturb anything internally, just more of an eyesore, although you cannot see it if you have overreach boots on. Does not affect her whatsoever. Open to any vet inspection. Reason for sale: Current rider wants something quieter and more established. Open to vettings, viewings, etc. Good trial facilities available. NO loans, LWVTB or payment plans. She would suit an ambitious, competitive rider looking to bring on their next superstar. Absolutely no novices, daydreamers or timewasters. 5* home essential - In absolutely no rush to sell. Plenty of videos/pictures available - 07710575054 Based in Hampshire (SO21)