Temperament plusHorses - Bolinda VIC 3432 -
If you’re looking for a horse that’s a pleasure to do anything with, is safe and successful, then this boy is for you. After a few years competing as a successful eventer, he has decided that he would rather be a dressage pony.
He is by the super sire Encosta DeLago and is just the sweetest character of a horse that you can’t help but fall in love with him. He stands at approx 16hh, born 08/10/2006.
He is best suited to a competent rider that wants a easy going horse to take straight out to the dressage arena and have fun and be competitive. Although he’s not the most extravagant moving horse, he always produces a calm, consistent and accurate test to score well. Very rarely out of the placings, generally top 5 and gives the WBs a run for their money 😁
He is currently competing level 2 in HRCAV and has established lateral movements, etc. In his short straight dressage career he has already accumulated various wins and places, most recently coming home with best performed thoroughbred at the 2019 HRCAV TTT event for his first level 2 competition.
He will happily pop around a low level jumping course now but has no desire to move up the heights in jumping anymore, so if you’re after a higher level eventer, this boy is not for you.
He is a pleasure to float, trim feet, clip, drench, wash, take out with others or by himself, etc
He is the dream horse for a competent HRCAV rider or jnr and would make a super Interschools mount
He will only be sold to the best of homes. I have had him for the past 5 years since coming off the track and he has been professionally re-educated and continues his dressage development daily. He is a quick leaner and tries his heart out for you always. He is a much loved member of my team and is only for sale due to young ones needing to be started and not enough hours in the days.
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