- Bright bay
- 5 years
- 16.3 hands
- Very trainable, kind natured, with super talent
- Tremendous power and paces with the bonus she jumps!
- Backed by Jason Webb and slowly produced to have the best start
This is a sad sale of a much-loved horse, that is home bread and has been carefully produced.
This exceptional 5-year-old homebred mare has had the very best start and is now showing huge scope and talent.
She is by Grandprix and FEI World Cup 2023 medal winner KWPN stallion of the year Indian Rock( Apache x Vivaldi ) ridden by Emmelie Witte-Scholtens out of a fabulous KWPN San Remo mare.
She has just started her competitive career at prelim and Novice with scores up to 73. 4% at prelim and high 60's at Novice with a 9 for her walk!
She is still green and has a huge amount more to give. Her counter canter is strong and she is starting to work on half passes at home.
She was backed at 3 years by Jason Webb from Your Horsemanship, turned away, and slowly bought back into work at age 4yrs. She is now 5 years old and is ready to find her dancing partner who will love and adore her and let her reach her full potential.
She would suit a competitive amateur, keen to progress in dressage, professional, or someone looking for a fabulous all-around sports horse.
Whilst bred for dressage, she also has a tremendous jump and loves grid work.
In terms of dressage, she is an exceptionally powerful mare who has three lovely rhythmic paces. a huge ground-covering walk, a powerful trot, and a strong ground-covering canter.
She responds well to clear, calm leadership, and has so much to offer, enjoying her work, with a willing attitude. As a young horse she would not suit a nervous or 'busy' rider who isn't able to give clear directions or leadership. The right home is of utmost importance, which is why she is so competitively priced.
She is a real joy to have around the yard, affectionate, loving, kind, and straightforward. Good to tie up, wash down, load, catch, Shoe, etc., and is good with other horses. She is happily turned out on her own or with others. I can trust her with shoes on as she is not a kicker. She has been regularly hacked out, is comfortable in big open spaces, has been now to a few different venues - Merrist Wood, Sparsholt, Parwood etc.
Open to viewing and vetting.
Jumping video is the second time she has been out and done a course. She had one trip as a four-year-old and one this year so has seen very little. She showed a very positive and willing attitude