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For sale on behalf of a staff member.
15hh2 Grey TB mare 10yo
ROR eligible (Last raced 2015)
Sadly for sale as now outgrown and needing to look for something bigger for growing teenage boy.
Started slowly out of racing Spider was happy hacking for the first 2 years with a previous owner. Bought just over a year ago by novice 15yr old she has been slowly brought on and re-schooled with ease. Very sweet and straight forward mare, good to box, clip, shoe.
Whilst still green, since being with us, Spider has improved masses in her ridden work, proving very easy to retrain she has successfully schooled over a course of jumps including fillers with plenty of scope, XC schooled and is producing nice flatwork.
Spider is easy to do in all ways, is ridden bareback to the field, keeps her cool on the gallops, doesn’t fizz up if out of work and is the same horse in work as out.
She will make a perfect PC/RC all rounder for someone to go out and enjoy straight away.
More photos and videos available.
No timewasters as sad sale for young boy.
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