All Around, Dressage, Endurance, Eventing, Field Hunter, Jumper, Jumping, Hunter Jumper, Lesson, Natural Horsemanship Training, Performance, Ranch, Ridden English, Show Experience, Show Jumping, Trail Riding, Working Cow, Working Cattle, Working
2013 17.1hh OTTB
JC: Moegan Avenue
2020 RRP MegaMakeover Eligible!
Beautiful soild blood bay coloring - really shines with red and gold in the summer. His lean body and long legs makes him suitable for riders of any height.
Mo has been restarted over the past year, taking well to dressage, show jumping, and cross country. Has shown BN (2'6") successfully at a schooling show. More whoa than go on the flat; forward with brakes jumping, always goes in a snaffle.... (read more) Brave and honest to fences, tries to be careful but not worried by rails, and forgiving of a completely missed spot. Trail rides well alone or in a group, game for anything - including a random cow sorting! Mo would be a good fit for an intermediate junior or adult amateur working with a trainer - safe, no spook, the same ride if ridden daily or after 1 month off, though he does love having something to do. Loads, cross-ties, ties, stands for vet and farrier well.
Low to middle in a herd, lives out 24/7 with a shelter now, but would do best stalled at night and out during day alone or in a friendly group, such as at a boarding barn. Currently shod on the fronts for studs, sound barefoot as well.
Has an old set osslet on the front left from the track and some bone changes on the front/outside of the fetlock. This has not given him trouble while I’ve owned him and he is sound. My vet does not recommend any current or ongoing treatment at this time, and I don't expect this injury to hinder his ability in a career at mid-level competitions and below (3'6"/Training level eventing/3rd level dressage) going forward. He is not marketed as an upper level prospect for this reason.
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