Prince Charming is an 8 year old 3/4 Saddlebred, 1/4 Arabian cross. He is eligible to be registered as a National Show Horse, and is listed with the National Show Horse Alliance. Charming was bred by Mirage Arabians. Here is a photo of him as a foal (about halfway down the page). Just put www. in front of this link: mirageltd.com/foals/2005.html
Charming's mother is by William Shatner's famous stallion, "Sultan's Great Day". Charming is 15.... (read more)2 and has a slender build. He is Mr. Personality plus and will come cantering to you in the pasture. The best home for Charming would be with a woman or teenager who is kind but firm.
Charming is extremely smart and "joins up" with his person. He is broke to ride, but needs a knowledgable rider as he has not been ridden much in the past year, so is selling as a "green" horse. I recently rode Charming, and he was very well behaved. Even after months of not being ridden, there was no buck, rear or spooking. He is calm and quiet, and just started over jumps with a rider. There is video on youtube of the first time Charming is going over cavaletti and a small jump with a rider. He was wonderful. Charming does well with a bitless bridle, and also rides in a French-mouth snaffle.
Charming shows tremendous jumping aptitude, and he should make a fabulous eventing horse. He is also suitable and talented for dressage, as he does clean flying changes in the pasture. Charming would also make a nice trail horse, since he is so bold. Charming is a character, and occasionally free-jumps on his own. Last week, after I put a white plastic barrel in the pasture to use as a jump, Charming trotted up to it and sailed over rather than trotting around the jump. He wanted to investigate something at the end of the pasture and didn't hesitate to jump the barrel. However, Charming has never jumped to get out, so he is easy to keep inside the fence. Videos also available.
With his wonderful personality and intelligence, Charming is a once-in-a-lifetime horse. He is sound, has no vices and loves attention!
PS I wear a cervical collar because of a neck injury from many years ago. Just wanted to explain since it looks a little weird and is definitely not a good fashion statement LOL
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