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13.3hh heavy cob gelding
4 years old
His an absolute dude and will break my heart when he goes ,
Was backed last year , turned away for 4 months , now back in work , I really cannot fault this much loved boy , he hacks alone most of the time as I don’t have many people to ride with and he is fantastic , also hacks in company great , great with traffic , walks , trots , canters , gallops with super breaks , will pop a jump and also pop logs etc when out .
He is fantastic to catch ( comes to call )
Great with the farrier ( trim only with nice solid feet )
Loads fantastic in box or trailer ( literally walks in like his walking into a stable )
He lives in or out ( been turned out with mares , geldings , mules , also next field is cows and donkeys )
If your looking for a bombproof hacker and also leid rein he is the guy !!!!
He is very much a people person, he loves attention, loves cuddles and fuss and even loves dogs !
He really is a very much loved family pet but unfortunately I feel his too small for me and need something bigger.
Open to any vetting ***
No loans . no lwvtb . no trials . No time wasters .
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