Elementary level Mare 17-3hHorses - Summerholm QLD 4341 -
Siena Ladyhawk - Black Hanoverian Mare 11yrs
D.O.B 24th Nov 2009
Lucy is a big impressive 17-3h (measured) 11 year old Hanoverian mare by Lauries As out of Elite Hanoverian mare Remi Whispering Star (Whisper/Lanthan). I have trained her dam to medium level and she is still being ridden.
Lucy is training solid elementary work and medium movements. Changes have only just started to be worked on so are not yet established.
Due to personal circumstances and Lucy’s undiagnosed ulcer issues the past two years have not been progressive in her or my training or competition experience. This is now sorted and she is ready to go forward in her training and competition career.
This is a reluctant sale as I have bred and trained Lucy however, she is far too big for my abilities. Lucy has lovely metronome paces and is capable of far more expression than I can ride. My riding over the past few years has mainly been at my local club. Hence she is still graded novice in EA so there is plenty of scope for a new rider to take her on in the lower levels.
She easily has scored 8’s for paces and always gets great comments.
Lucy needs a confident but understanding rider. She would not suit a novice rider. Lucy has no buck, bolt or rear however can be ‘looky’ and has the odd spook when she isn’t focused on the job. She is lovely to handle, extremely trainable, soft in the contact, (ridden in a NS snaffle) and responsive to light leg aids. Her lateral work is established and finds this relatively easy.
Lucy has clean xrays available for the serious buyer and is up to date with tetanus/strangles and dental.
As Lucy is a tall and long mare she will not fit into a standard float.
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Price is negotiable to the right home.
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