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    07-10-2012, 01:53 PM
I REALLY like this horse:
Classic Bay Eventing
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    07-10-2012, 04:18 PM
I like that one too. He seems very balanced and moves out nicely especailly for a young one. Good luck and God bless, Peg
    07-13-2012, 01:44 PM
I really like that one on Classic Bay eventing.. But he's 4 years old, and I wouldn't jump a 4 year old 2.6.. He does have longer pasterns but other than that he looks really nice, and built insanely uphill o.o Anyways, my other favorite is the last horse you showed. He/she has nice confo and jump.

I would be tempted to cross the 14 year old off the list.. You don't know how he was jumped early on. For all you know he could have been jumped 3/3'6 at 4 years old which will usually take years off of he could be jumping later on.. I also like the horse that is to forward for hunters, has a super jump! It could just be to forward for the person, I think it would be worth it to check him out. The first looks pretty lazy, lol.
    07-13-2012, 02:08 PM
Unsure of your price range, but I found this horse on that site, looks very nice!
Classic Bay Eventing

Ooo!! I think I am in love.. Only $2500, this horse looks amazing.
Classic Bay Eventing
    07-13-2012, 03:20 PM
Wooowwww I love all of the horses on that website... where is the farm located?
    07-13-2012, 03:21 PM
Classic Bay Eventing

... I love him...
    07-17-2012, 01:47 PM
I love sebastian and mojave mar, but the lady wont return my emails or calls to come see them... I'm looking for under 5k, so the $6500 one wont work.

I really hope she returns my calls, because I desperately want to go try them! They're in Pennsylvania so It would be a day trip for me.
    07-17-2012, 01:54 PM
I can't see the Classic Bay horse on my iPad, but of the horses in the OP I like the two 5y/o TB mares best.
    07-17-2012, 03:01 PM
14 is not too old to take you up the levels, but depends on what he's done before. If he competed the height you want to progress to as a youngster, and worked hard, he may not be up to it. If he's low mileage and has jumped higher than your intentions, then it'll be absolutely no problem for him (this as the case with my current horse whom I bought as a 14 yr old who has taken me to BE Intro, having done very little but much higher before I got him). A young horse will take time to get to the higher levels, and need coaching to get there - and won't look after you the same way. Having done both a youngster and a schoolmaster to try and go up the levels, my personal preference was the schoolmaster, but I was lucky with my choice of horse. I'll go for another schoolmaster for my next horse, but one who has competed even higher, but I would go back to a youngster after that probably - there's more I want to learn before I start teaching again, I think.
    07-17-2012, 03:08 PM
Originally Posted by LoveTheSaddlebreds    
I REALLY like this horse:
Classic Bay Eventing
Just looked at this one, he's my pick of the ones you've posted.
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