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Youngstock

Driving: Youngstock

Friendly, Trainable, Flashy mover

Welsh x Warmblood

Ref #: 215861
  • Friendly and inquisitive 4yr old Welsh x Warmblood
  • Established at walk and trot
  • Started ridden cantering this last week
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  • Welsh Part Bred
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 4 years
  • 15.2 hands
  • Friendly and inquisitive 4yr old Welsh x Warmblood
  • Established at walk and trot
  • Started ridden cantering this last week

Plasucha Rock-Your-Socks (Rocky) is a very friendly and inquisitive 4yr old Welsh x Warmblood standing at 15.2hh, bay with 4 white socks.

He has been with us since he was a yearling and has been brought on slowly and is very well handled on the ground. He loves attention and will stand for hours to be brushed. 

He was backed as a 3yr old and happy hacking out in company before being turned away for the winter. He has was brought back into work this spring and has done a lot of lunging and long reigning in all three paces as I am currently pregnant. He has been ridden regularly for the last month and started schooling. He is established at walk and trot and started ridden cantering this last week. 

He is good with traffic having been brought up on a farm with all the machinery. He will stand quietly for the farrier and currently has front shoes on. Loads well and is good with the vet. All vaccinations are up to date. 

Will need a confident, experienced rider to being out his full potential although he is a very loving, fun horse who could excell in many spheres. 

Pregnancy and predicted lack of time forces sale of this much loved horse. 

Videos and more photos on request.

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