Beautiful bay off-track thoroughbred who has transitioned nicely into the role of an all-around sporthorse.
Moncado has a great work ethic and is a quick learner. Moncado has had 2 months training with a USEA certified riding instructor and upper level eventer . He is moving nicely into the contact and is accepting and responsive to the leg. Ready to show Training Level dressage.
Moncado has been started over fences and is schooling grids up to 2'9". He is brave and willing and is confidently and quietly schooling Beginner Novice cross-country. Has been used successfully with intermediate level riders in the lesson program. He is well suited to an intermediate level junior, adult amateur or Pony Clubber.
Moncado is an absolute joy to have in the barn. He is quiet and sensible. Loads, clips, ties, bathes, stands quietly to have his mane pulled.
He is an attractive and adorable youngster who has a strong foundation upon which you can build towards your discipline of choice. Price will increase with additional training and show experience.
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Stone Ridge Eventing -
Stone Ridge is situated among the subtle rolling hills of Southwest Missouri, approximately 30 miles west of Springfield. The farm's 50 acres serve as both an equine facility and a wildlife habitat.
2010 AECs Hampton Preliminary
Stone Ridge focuses on the three disciplines which comprise the sport of eventing: dressage, cross-country jumping and show jumping. Visit www.useventing.com to learn more about the sport of eventing.
Owner Cynthia Wiseman has competed through the CCI* and Intermediate levels of eventing and has earned her USEA ICP Level I Novice (Provisional) Certification. Learn more about the USEA Instructor Certification Program. She is currently accepting students and a limited number of horses in training.
Stone Ridge also offers clinics with jumping instructors several times throughout the year and plans to host schooling hunter/jumper shows, combined tests and horse trials in 2011.