7yo 16.2hh TB Gelding with loads of potential! 

- Horses - Black Hill NSW 2322

$7500

  • 7yo 16.2hh TB Gelding with loads of potential! 
  • Dressage in New South Wales
7yo 16.2hh TB Gelding with loads of potential! Dressage in New South Wales
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Ziggy is a handsome, no nonsense boy who always tries his best and loves people. He has been receiving professional training in flatwork for the past 12 months with Shaun France at HVEC and is progressing well.Ziggy has been exposed to tractors, dogs, lawn mowers, cars, quad bikes etc and takes it all in his stride. He is a pleasure to catch, shoe, tie, worm and float. He has been to one outing with his previous owner and coped well with the hustle and bustle. Has been ridden on roads and on trails. He has no vices.Ziggy was jumping over 1 meter with his previous owner and enjoyed it thoroughly. This hasn’t been my focus with him but I have no doubt he would excel in any discipline.He has been kept shod and will have his teeth done in the coming weeks. He has been regularly wormed.Ziggy is offered for sale through no fault of his own. I have study, work and family commitments that mean that I am no longer able to spend the time with him that I would like.He would suit a confident and experienced rider who will continue his education so that he can reach his full potential. He is not suitable for a beginner or an inexperienced home.This has been a heart-breaking decision for me and I am in no rush to move him on. He will remain in training 3x week until he is sold. Ziggy will only go to the very best of homes.Price $7500Location: Hunter Valley Equestrian CentreComes with rugs and bridle.Registered Name: Augusta in AprilSire: Dream Ahead (USA) Dam: ZenaatMore Photos to come this week - videos will be available on request.

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