Stan was German bred, branded, then imported to the United States to be a Stallion. He has an award winning German pedigree. His United States owner became seriously ill so they decided not breed him and had him gelded. He had the life of leisure for 7 years. I bought him two years ago and started him in full time dressage training. He is very willing and eager to learn. He is so smart and easy to train. We started jumping him this year and he absolutely loves to jump!... (read more) He has scope and always bravely takes the jump. He takes care of me over the jumps and I feel safe. We live at the foothills of national forest and he is awesome on the trail. He will lead or follow and go boldly over any obstacle. We live on 17 acres with trails and our horses cross big creeks everyday. Water is no big deal to him.
This year was his first year to show in dressage. He competed first level with scores in the mid 60% beating big fancy warmbloods. When he goes to a show, he likes to show off and he gets lots of attention with his amazing cute factor. He has a big jump and big heart. He is very sweet with a natural athletic talent for jumping or dressage.
He walks on any size trailer & stands for body clips. He is always UTD on all worming and vaccinations. No soundness issues.
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