*NEGOTIABLE $* Mr Reliable suited to teen upwardsHorses - Bundaberg Central QLD 4670 -
Sweet, kind (and very sturdy/chunky) gelding. Will do anything for his 'person'. This boy LOVES to jump. He's a very cool horse and knows his job as soon as he walks in the jump arena, and he is very good at it, jumping rounds up to 1.10m. Rarely stops, and when he has it wasn't his choice (I have become too nervous to jump).
Absolute machine on the XC, super bold. Unfortunately, not so brave in a dressage arena, used to get tense but there has been large improvements and he will continue to get better with a kind rider. He still completes all movements, you can just feel he is tense as opposed to being relaxed. Divine flatwork away from the white planks marking out an arena. Would certainly not look out of place in the show ring. Also, Archie is quite handy working the cattle and has competed in campdrafting on one occasion but 'chief musterer' at home.
He is a genuinely lovely boy with some trust issues, that needs someone to show him kindness and reassure him that not every person is out to get him. Once he knows he can trust you he will be your best friend.
Great to catch, float, rug, worm, wash, clip, etc. Good with a patient farrier, will pull back with a rough farrier who jerks at his head and smacks him for no reason.
He happily spends his days in the paddock windsucking and eating. He won’t with a collar, he's a VERY good doer so I don't worry about a collar most of the time.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, I am having to sell my best horses. I WILL be fussy. Do NOT make contact if you cannot offer him a safe home with unlimited love and kindness.
I am open to negotiation to the right people. The home and people are more important. I can offer payment plan with conditions.
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