SMIRNOFF ( BILLY EUROLAND)
16.3h Dapple Grey 7yo Gelding – SERIOUS HORSE NOT TO BE MISSED!
Smirnoff has been Sired by Billy Congo and with Animo/Voltaire/Clover Hill lines he has the blood lines to achieve things within the equine world! “Smirnoff” has been a none competition horse for the last two years mainly due to the health of the owner but being only 7 yrs old has relatively low millage and plenty of scope to develop under the right ownership.
Smirnoff has loads of ability however like the elite in most environments’s he also occasionally has some attitude but with that a desire to challenged especially over fences.
On the flat: 3 expressive floaty paces with established leg yield, rein back and walk to canter, Shoulder-in and Flying Changes, he has also fantastic canter.
Jumping: “No scope no hope”, Smirnoff has great technique over a fence and is straight, bold and always willing. Currently popping around 1.10/1.15 with ease over Skinnies, Fillers, Angles etc and is improving every day. He absolutely adores his job and looks after his jockey, he is now just ready to show the rest of the world!
Hacks alone/in company, easy to bath, load etc and currently barefoot.
No novices please, he is a talented fit young horse who has a huge future ahead of him.
More info please call
Owner Terry : [telephone removed]?
Rider Sara : [telephone removed]
Horse Based – Spalding Lincolnshire
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