Since retiring from racing in September 2012, Commander has proven to be as agreeable, smart, and athletic in the arena as he was on the track. He was put into training one week after his last race and has continued to show the potential to be a competitive upper-level event horse, having finished his first recognized event on his dressage score. Naturally balanced, uphill, scopey, and brave, Commander will excel in the event world, though his elegant movement and self-carriage would make him equally suitable for the dressage ring.... (read more) Pick this horse's career"”his willing, eager-to-please attitude will make him easy to bring along in any discipline. Well-rounded, safe, and quiet enough for an amateur, young rider, or Pony Clubber, but fancy and talented enough to be your next upper-level prospect. Currently schooling Novice. Reluctantly for sale due to time constraints. Sound and ready to go. Get him now before you are competing against him in the spring.
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