SOLD! Flashy first cross Andalusian mareHorses - 151 Micalo Rd, Yamba NSW 2464 -
15.2hh 11yo “Bella” is a sweet natured lady that is keen to please and get on with the job. She trained with Brad Scott for 2 years and has been through his full training program (obstacles, animals, machinery, flat work, and many different environments).
As a star student, she has a very solid foundation of training, and has been tested in and out of work without much fuss coming back from a spell. Bella is very confident out on a trail ride, and happy in the arena with 3 solid paces and an exceptional canter, this horse will do well with further training – she is a classic Andalusian that learns very easily. She is very sweet on the ground and has excellent manners, she would happily spend the day being brushed and pampered. She’s been out to the beach, over jumps, mustered cattle, walked over a freeway and happy on a trail ride – she takes everything in her stride. She is forward by nature, but has a soft mouth and will move along on a loose rein. She will suit a loving experienced home to help her shine and continue her training – this mare is talented enough to take on any discipline you ask.
I bought Bella as a project horse 5 months ago from Brad to train in dressage under the coaching of Christine Fowles. Bella is always ready to work and give her best. Her forward movement and eagerness to learn means she is suited to an intermediate/experienced rider. Bella is a fully registered (Andalusian x TB) and would make a wonderful mum if you chose to breed.
Priced for quick sale. Our circumstances changed unexpectedly due to the fact we have sold our property and I will no longer have a home for horses. I am after the very best horsey-home for this talented mare.
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