RSB Dot Com, or "Commodore" as I call him, is a great horse. He is tall, beautiful, athletic, and has great bloodlines.
He had not been ridden in several years--I just started riding him again and he has done good so far, but would probably still need a few rides put on him by a fairly experienced rider at first to get him back to the way he was. He is a great horse with tons of potential and would be well worth the effort. He is still easy to catch, an angel to groom, stands great for the farrier (last trim April 25th), stands well for the vet (current coggins).
I have had Commodore since 2009. He has been ridden both Hunter and Western. I have taken him to a couple of lower-level hunter shows just for fun (video is from a pre-show warm-up--not the best, but all I have). He has a beautiful floaty trot that could be developed to make a great hunter horse. He was in training as a barrel horse when I bought him, but I don't know what he was trained specifically. He has mostly been trail ridden since I have owned him. We use to take him on weekend-long trail rides about once per month, so he is use to traveling and picketing on a high-line all weekend. He was always a WONDERFUL trail horse. He is very sure footed, not buddy sour at all, he is good leading the pack or following, and has a great sense of direction. He has also been ridden MANY miles on the dirt roads of rural South Georgia when I was in college. He has been through mud, crossed water, been on midnight rides, and just about everything else.
I don't think it would take very much work to get him back to his old ways. When we were riding him regularly I have let some beginners ride him, and he always did great. I have turned down offers for over double what I am asking for him. I have only reduced his price and offered him for sale because I don't ride much anymore and do not have the time to put into him, so we are selling most of our horses. I would love to see him go to a great home where he will be enjoyed.
Please feel free to contact me by phone, text, or EquineNow message with any questions or to set up a time to come see Commodore. Reasonable offers will be considered.
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White House Ranch -
Family owned and operated farm. We mostly raise miniature horses and sell hay, but occasionally we have some regular horses, tack, or equipment for sale.