I am getting into Dressage and was going to use this handsome boy as my Dressage steed but he needs a lot more training then I can afford unfortunately. He has had 30 days of professional Dressage training in November of this year. The trainer said he did pretty well but can have a bit of a stubborn streak. That's why I recommend someone who has ridden or worked with Thoroughbreds before. He is still VERY young and could go anyway still.
He rides both Western and English.... (read more) I take him trialing riding a lot and does better with maybe one or two other horses with him. He does not like to be alone or be in big groups, he tends to get a bit antsy. He is an angel to handle on the ground, he stands still and will let you do pretty much anything to him. You can walk him over tarps, drape one over him etc. Picks up all 4 hooves great! He is not shod, he is barefoot and I use a barefoot trimmer for him. He has very hard hooves. He is UTD on shots and worming and even had his teeth done in October of this year. He is a very easy keeper, eats well and gets along well with other horses that share a paddock with him.
If you have any questions whatsoever please do not hesitate to email me! I also have some videos I can send via email if interested. Some of his training in Dressage and some of me riding him and messing around. He's a silly boy!
I work Monday-Thursday 6:00am-4:00pm and have Friday-Sunday off so I can show you him anytime around that schedule.
He is $1,000 or $1,500 if you want the tack I use for him (Western Saddle (Size 14.5"), 2 Western Saddle pads, Western Bridle w/ Matching Western Breast Collar, English Saddle (Size 15"), English Saddle Pad, English Bridle w/ bit, 2 Halters (One Leather w/ Name Engraved, One Vinyl Hunter Green), One Lead Rope (Hunter Green and Black), Hunter Green Front Boots. Your very own horse starter kit!
Message me and I will give you my cell number so that you are able to text or call with any questions.
I am able to hold him for interested parties for $200 (Non-Refundable). The $200 will go towards the asking price for the horse of course!
Thank you for taking the time to look.
Avoid Scams and Fraud -
Potential areas of fraud: wire transfer, moneygrams, money orders, cashier checks, shipping, escrow, "transaction protection", "guarantee". Check out the Buyer Safety section for more info.