The perfect companionHorses - 4 Petrel Ct, Parafield Gardens SA 5107 -
Arrow crest - smiling crest aka Jate Sire - grinfromeartoearDam - makin faces Broodmare sire - Jate LobelJate is a 15.3hh 9 year old standardbred gelding And he has been my best friend for the last nine months and I have had to make the tough decision to rehome him as I feel he is best suited to being a companion as he can be an anxious horse and suffers with anxiety particularly when being workedhe’s good to catch in a yard but sometimes can take a bit of time in a paddock due to his bad anxiety but easily comes to you with treats as he is a very nervous horse so therefore is best suited as a companion horse as he doesn’t take well to trainer due to his anxietyHe is good to rug, farrier, float, brush and wash and is good to lead around and take for walksHe will stand when tied and let you groom him with no fuss No buck, bite or bolt and never reared He will do anything for a Carrot or a treat (not a huge fan of apples or mints tho haha 😂) Up to date with teeth (done 3/04/21), worming and is due for the farrier (won’t need to continue to shoe as a paddock horse or companion) he has only needed front shoes when he was in work and due to rocky ground but is fine barefoot in a paddock out of work He is 100% sound and never had any soundness issues or health issues He is a good keeper and lives off wheaten or oaten hay He will be sold with his personalised leather halter, lead rope and a cotton summer rug He will only being going to the best and experienced home to give him the best future possible $500 neg to the right home In no rush to sell him as I want him to go to the best home possible He’s just a sweet boy who deserves to be in a paddock with other horses relaxing and enjoying life Located two wells SA Message for more details
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