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Super easy-to-ride eventer who will be great pony club champs or smaller adult horse. Placed second at both his starts 2011.

7yo 15.3hh Dark Bay TB Gelding

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Placed second, finishing on dressage score, at first Training Horse Trial 2011 (April Te Rapa).

  • 68.8% dressage (31.2 penalties)
  • Clear jump and time show jumping.
  • Clear jump and time cross country.
  • Final score 31.2, placed second (out of 24 starters).

Again placed second at only other Horse Trial in 2011 (May Woodhill Sands Training).

Also placed at only straight dressage competition with 72.7% (May 2011).

Previously show jumped with success to 1.20m, including six wins in 2009 and 2010 ranging between 1.0m and 1.20m. This included first place at National Young Horse Jumping Championships April 2010, five-year-olds 1.20m class. Placed fouth at only show jumping competition in 2011, at the National Show Jumping Championships, Open Horse 1.10m class.

Achieved these good results with two different riders, with wins with both.

Extremely easy horse in all three phases.

  • Calm, forward-thinking and well balanced with three good dressage paces producing a consistently good test. Very easy to get on the bit.
  • Athletic jumper with good technique and adjustable stride who does not like to hit a fence.
  • Very bold and brave but also quick cross country.

Snaffle mouth in all phases.

Vetted November 2010.

By Pyrus out of Majic of Copburn. Bred by L C Horse Farm.


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Information updated: 7 June, 2013

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