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post #51 of 55 Old 12-20-2010, 12:15 AM
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SilverSpur, how tall is your horse?

hi supermane, shes not that big, around the 16.1Hh mark i would say.

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post #52 of 55 Old 12-20-2010, 12:15 AM
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Supermane, he goes to a proffessional for breaking in january and then he will be used for showing and dressage. He has an incredible natural elevated trot, it is just breath taking. He is also incredibly balanced for a 3 yearold. Mind you he is also incredibly sharp to handle and I can see him being the same under saddle

This is a video of him in the field, shows great promise for that trot under saddle!
and him loose in the school (unhappy that the mares were not talking to him)

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post #53 of 55 Old 12-20-2010, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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Lol, I was looking at the pictures and I couldn't tell if he was really tall or really short; In the middle I guess. He's super cute. I love the picture of him in your barn. How long have you been doing that?

He does have a very nice trot, faye. I don't know why, but I always think it's hilarious watching nice mover with a lot of suspension in the field trotting around. I'm sure he'll make a lovely dressage mount.
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post #54 of 55 Old 12-20-2010, 12:28 AM
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I might think about jumping him, but to do that I will have to get my confidence about jumping back and he will have to go away to be taught to jump as I dont think that my nerves will help him any.
I go very nervous jumping after a horrific fall from a young event horse after which I spent 8 hours in A&E with a suspected broken neck.
So before I even think about jumping a young inexperianced horse I will need to go find me a forgiving school master and get my nerve back.

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I might think about jumping him, but to do that I will have to get my confidence about jumping back and he will have to go away to be taught to jump as I dont think that my nerves will help him any.
I go very nervous jumping after a horrific fall from a young event horse after which I spent 8 hours in A&E with a suspected broken neck.
So before I even think about jumping a young inexperianced horse I will need to go find me a forgiving school master and get my nerve back.
Ekk, that sounds absolutely terrible, I'm glad your okay. Accidents like that are also so scary. However, that why school masters are worth their weight in gold :) They can fix your confidence, better you equitation, and are all around fun horses to ride.

I think he'd make a nice little jumper as well. Seems like a natural little showoff you got there.
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