Sendero Alza is one of those horses that comes around only once in a lifetime. He's a kind, gentle giant with an amazing disposition and a true desire to learn. Standing an honest 16.3hh this magnificent Percheron Paint Gelding has an outstanding conformation, well balanced and true.
Sendero has a strong fundamental and intermediate level foundation on the ground and under saddle. He is forward moving and solid in the walk, trot and canter in a dressage saddle or western saddle. Collect him or ride him out on a loose rein, your wish is his command.
This stunning black and white 5 year old gelding is a country gentleman to the very core. His impeccable ground manners makes him a barn favorite. Sendero is always first to the gate to greet you, drops his head for the halter, as if to say, "Pick Me!"
He has been body clipped, receiving an A++ from his groomer, stating, "I wish all my clients were like Sendero!" Farriers and Vets alike always marvel at the obedience and quietness of this big guy.
Not necessary to state, but I will anyway, Sendero stands polietly and obediently for baths, clippings, shoeing, blanketing, saddling, de-worming and grooming.
Under saddle this big ole' love bug enjoys his job, whether it's out on the trail or in the arena. No matter where you are, on a mounting block, side of your trailer or standing on a rock, Sendero will side pass over to "pick you up" as if to say, let's go friend!
If you are ready for a lifetime partner, a horse that "wants" to be with you, willing and kind, don't hesitate to visit this lovely horse. We have an arena, open fields, obstacle course and miles of trails for you to try this sweet boy out on.
Sendero is currently in jumping training at Carolina Country Acres in Waxhaw, North Carolina. He is consistently and confidently jumping 3'
I have additional video of Sendero jumping with a rider that I can email upon request.
Please contact Joyce Lewis, Safe Horse Training for additional photos and video.
Company / Facility:
Safe Horse Training at Allison Creek Farm -
Most of us simply want our horses to be respectful and obedient. When we ask them to go, they go, when we ask them stop, they stop, no questions asked, no problems. I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t want my horse to step on my toes, knock me over with his head or refuse to get on the trailer. I want him to stand still while I saddle him and when I mount.
I simply want to enjoy my horse. I want to be able to load my horse up in the trailer and go for a nice trail ride with my friends. In my opinion a respectful, obedient horse is a safe horse.
Using natural horsemanship methods and techniques I can help you and your horse create a harmonious, respectful and trusting relationship that allows you to enjoy every minute you share with your equine partner.