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15.3hh 9 year old ISH Mare
Super talented 9 year old mare. This mare oozes Quality and presence.
A very talented prospect with lots to give. Very neat and careful jump and lots of scope. Very bold to a fence and wants to jump. She has floaty paces and is certainly a head turner.
She hacks on the buckle and is perfect in traffic, open spaces, with others galloping around her. She is not a nice ride. She needs a soft rider. No vices at all ridden, doesn’t rear, nap etc but wouldn’t like to be kicked hard ! She is a very clever and forward thinking horse so not for anyone nervous.
To hack a novice would be safe as houses as she is foot perfect. She isn’t sharp or forward. Very easy to hack indeed.
She would suit, either a confident, established rider who wants to continue to produce her to jump BS/BE or, a novice who simply wants to hack and not school. She is ridden by a 12 year old. But please, no novices unless you only want a safe hack.
Good to shoe, clip, travel
No vices at allA lovely mare with lots of ability. Only for sale due to young horses taking priority.
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