Gorgeous Mare  

- Horses - 35 Station Rd E, Fountaindale NSW 2258


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Tilly is a 15.1hh, 10 year old  thoroughbred mare (not OTT)  who I bought as a project horse two years ago.  Since that time she has developed from the basic hacking she had done into a versatile horse.

She has been to numerous dressage, training and show jumping days and placed in each event. Tilly is great on trails and is not a spooky horse at all. She has jumped confidently 80cm at home with further scope and competed in prelim dressage. Most noticeably Tilly shows great promise in dressage with three smooth collected paces. She is very bold and has great cross country gears and has been exposed to log, tyre jumps and loves water. She is very easy going and fun to ride.

She is not very ‘marey’ and is perfect to worm, shoe and get her teeth done. Tiily hasn’t had much experience floating but loads well. She has some scars on her legs that I am unsure of the origin but doesn’t effect her in anyway. Tilly needs paddocking with limited grass as she very good doer. She has basic feed and muscles up very easily.

Tilly is a horse very eager to learn and will give anything a go. She is best when kept busy and unfortunately, I have moved away for university and no longer have the time she deserves to reach her potential. She is currently in paddock condition but comes back into work easily.

Tilly looks to the rider to guide her, she needs a confident, capable rider and loving person who is looking to do a bit of everything or bring up through the grades.

She is the friendliest, sweetest horse.

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