Beau Ash Caradon (Price Neg) 

- Horses - Yellingbo VIC 3139

$12000

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Big Red, as he's affectionately known, is a 17.2h chestnut Australian Warmblood.  His fancy name is Beau Ash Caradon.

Red would make a confident junior rider very happy, he was originally trained and competing medium dressage before his transition to eventing.  He has competed in both PC and EA competitions in WA and Victoria.  Red enjoys the beach and a trail ride with company.

His heart isn't interested in climbing the same heights as his rider, and this is the reason he's for sale.

We believe he's best suited as a PC/junior or adult riders mount.  He has 3 exceptional paces and with lovely movement, he excels in the dance rectangle, always producing top 10 scores in the dressage phase of eventing, which is why we feel he's best suited to someone who wants to focus on dressage.

He's good for the farrier, to truck, float and to catch; however, he doesn't like the dentist much, but that's easily fixed with drugs!

This horse has taught his rider alot and we are keen to see him go to somone else to help build their confidence and knowledge.

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