Bay, Gelding, 12 years, 14 hands (LHC)
An amazing 142cm FEI Event Pony with flair for all disciplines and outstanding jumping record - Bay gelding, 12 years, 14 hands/142cm LHC
A very sad sale of this genuine pony who we have owned for three years. He has taken my daughter from BE90 to BE Novice and the Pony Club Open Eventing Championships. He has a fantastic record in British Eventing, British Show Jumping, British Dressage, NSEA, Pony Club and Working Hunter Pony classes. He jumps for fun, has great paces with good lateral work. Snaffle mouthed in all disciplines this pony is 100% genuine and safe cross country, he has competed at the equivalent of Pony Trial level this year with the ONU18 classes as my daughter was too old to Pony Trial
He has 23 FP Points and 3 BE Points, placed in both ONU18 and Pony Club Open classes with dressage in low 30s, clear SJ (rarely has a pole and show the big horses how to jump a perfect round) and clear XC, following the numbers, nothing too big or technical
We have had great fun show jumping him at all levels from Pony Club teams to BS Members Cup and NSEA competitions. Actual BS winnings of £1115/425 points so still in Foxhunter/JC level. Qualified for Scope in Foxhunter & Members cup in 2011, 2012 and 2013, making indoor finals
This year we have not been able to compete in Junior BS level as daughter 16 at the end of last year, so have concentrated on Pony Club and NSEA. Has been double clear over and over again from 1m to 1.20m, always in the ribbons. Fast against the clock and careful he is the one to beat, but not fizzy or strong.
Our first competition on him was at Hickstead in the Junior Schools Championships and he was triple clear and on the winning team. This after owning him for one month! He was again triple clear at the Senior Championships in 2012 and the team were placed 2nd. We have won rosettes every time, too many placings to mention!
Te is a very smart well put together pony, has excelled in Working Hunter Pony classes, winning at County level with previous owners and has been placed every time we have found time to go to a BSPS show. Qualified for Desert Orchid in 2012 but we didn’t attend the final as it clashed with Scope
Flat work is consistent, he has three even paces with good lateral work. Previously competed in BD with previous owners
At home he is easy to do, hacks out on his own quite happily, and has no vices. Happily ridden by all, even a non horsey younger sister who likes Tetrathlon, he happily jumped round the 90cm Junior Tet XC course this summer going at a considerably slower pace than the week before at the Open Horse Trails! But he was relaxed and looked after his jockey, standing for the gate and slip rail as if he did it every day!
We have extensive photographs and video, and whilst we don’t want to say goodbye to him it is time to finally move on to a horse. He comes with all tack and an extensive wardrobe