I rescued Jax about 5 years ago and he was intended to by my granddaughter's horse, he is just too much horse for an 8 year old to jump. To buy her something more suited I am forced to sell him. He is a great little guy and makes an impression in the dressage ring.
1. Loads and stands quiet
3. Body clips
4. Stands well for farrier
5. Has shown in dressage and local saddle club shows.
6. Loves to jump but is green
7. Needs an experience rider as he will try to take advantage of little ones especially on the ground.
8. Has ridden western and English
9. Easier keeper
10. Has been to several bombproof clinics and did well
11. Has been used for Police funeral details and riding mounted security.
I will be very particular about his new home. I rescued him and no horse should have to be rescued twice.
Jax does better with consistent work. He would make a great Hunter Jumper, dressage or drill team horse. He is a beautiful mover, very floaty and tracks up well. He could be ridden by a older advance beginner with trainer supervision.
Jax would be a horse Advance beginner could grow with under proper supervision. He is not a nervous horse but loves for his rider to be in charge. He is not for a timid rider as he will test you,