Big moving gelding full of potential  

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For sale

16hh rising 8yo tb gelding

Chester has been to pony club, interschools competition, combined training, clinics and other numerous outings. He has a very sweet personality and is very sociable when out and always gets compliments on his temperament. He loves his humans and is always looking for attention. He has lovely big movement with a ground covering trot and a very scopey jump with lots of room to go higher. He has more woah than go but once he gets going forward he carries himself very nicely.

Currently Chester has a basic dressage education and has competed in prelim tests, but his heart lies with jumping. Chester would make a lovely high level eventer or show jumper. He has competed ea80 very easily without hesitation.

He is paddocked by himself but can be in with in with others and is shod, up to date with dentist, worming, vaccinations etc.

Although he is quiet he is suited to an experienced rider with time and commitment that can take him to his full potential and someone with experience handling bigger horses as he can be a bit pushy on the ground. Currently ridden by a 15 year old as my first big hack, he is for sale due to no fault of his own only due to lack of time and other commitments.

Message for more information, plenty of video available!

$7500 neg
Can also include dressage saddle, bridle, rugs for extra. 😊
Located Axedale, vic

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