Campdrafting, Working Equitation, All Rounder 

- Horses - Aratula QLD 4309

$9000

  • Campdrafting, Working Equitation, All Rounder 
  • Adult Riding Club in Queensland
  • Horses in Queensland
  • Adult Riding Club
  • Campdrafting, Working Equitation, All Rounder 
  • Adult Riding Club in Queensland
  • Horses in Queensland
  • Adult Riding Club
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CAMPDRAFTING, WORKING EQUITATION, VERSITILE ALL ROUNDER

                            ONE ROYAL CAT  (HARRY)

               

  • Reg QH        Sire: Intricatolena

                           Dam: Denny’s Miss Royal (By Doc Denius)

  • 9 years old
  • 15hh
  • Harry doesn’t need working down at an event and often has minimal fitness work between competitions.

CAMPDRAFTING

       Harry is a quiet, well educated gelding. He has been campdrafting with a senior intermediate, female rider and placed in his last draft. He is easy to control and pulls up softly after a run. Owner has retired from campdrafting.

WORKING EQUITATION

        Harry has recently commenced competing in Working Equitation events, (Dressage, Obstacles and Speed) and was Reserve Champion and Champion at his only two official events. The Working Equitation video of the obstacle phase was recorded on the first weekend of October and has not been edited.

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Harry is best suited to someone who wants to have fun and compete safely.

Very reluctant sale.

 

Located at Aratula, Qld

 

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