MJJ Bee Handsom is a registered, purebred, Arabian gelding born June 20th, 1998. He is 15.1hh, dark bay, with a beautiful head and face. He has been successfully campaigned as a competitive trail riding horse, placing in top 10 throughout his career, including first in his weight division and bronze overall in the 65 mile Ontario Provincial CTR championships in 2009.
Handy has 500 competitive miles in CTR and endurance and he has completed all of these miles barefoot or with hoof boots - he has never had a shoe nailed on his foot.... (read more) He trailers well with or without other horses, settles into ride camp very easily, respects electric fencing, is excellent for vets, hoof trimmers and kids to handle. Handy has a low resting heart rate, is road safe and has experience on all manner of trails including crossing streams, bridges, and riding through cattle. Handy is currently top of the herd.
Handy has also competed in Arabian breed shows, scoring 76% in Sport Horse in-hand with comments like "ground-covering and powerful trot". Handy takes dressage lessons in the off-season as part of his cross-training and has competed in low-level dressage training shows.
Handy is current on all his shots and worming and has a recent negative EIA and he has already started back into conditioning - he is ready to compete!
Handy is not a beginners' horse, but if you have some experience riding, love to have fun on the trails or you are thinking of starting into Competitive Trail Riding, then he is the perfect horse for you. Handy trailers well, is excellent for vets and trimmers, is handled and ridden by junior riders. He knows his job and settles into it well. He is a one-person horse, ready to put his heart into the many miles you will share on the trail.
Available for sale to a qualified home only. He is also available for lease on-farm, or off-farm to a qualified home with conditions.
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