"Koyuna Pearl" 16hh WBxTB Mare 

- Horses - Kilmore VIC 3764


  • "Koyuna Pearl" 16hh WBxTB Mare 
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Koyuna horses need no introduction and Pearl is no different.
A pleasure to deal with in every way, this is a highly reluctant sale and will only go to the best of homes.
Pearl has been competing at 80cm this past eventing season and is more than ready to step up, having placed in the top 10 the past few events. With an impressive walk and a naturally uphill canter, I find her to be an uncomplicated ride on the flat having scored 65%+ in every test this past season with established lateral movements she is more than capable to continue up the grades.
She has been to numerous showjumping competitions and freshman days, training up to 1m in showjumping and has proven to be very agile and speedy in jump off making her a competitive inter-schools mount.
Pearl has all the talent in the world but requires the right rider to bring out the best in her. She is a sensitive horse which needs someone to remain patient and co-operative with her. She requires someone with a well balanced seat and steady hands to bring out her true talent. I believe she could go far with the right person but they have to be confident.
Pearl would suit an ambitious rider looking to train a horse through the levels of any chosen discipline, with basics well established.
Pearl has no dirt in her and is a pleasure to handle in every way, I believe she would thrive if she was either the only horse or is a small team as she loves attention. She is currently clipped and in work.
Please no time wasters, as stated above this is a very sad sale of a special mare.
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