I hadn't been looking for such an advanced horse, but rather one more advanced than me
with a kind, forgiving nature so I can learn further. Just happened he's just that more advanced than me. I'm very interested in dressage, and do want advance, but I'm just not competitive by manner and doubt I'll ever show, except for maybe a schooling show if my coach pushes me.
Ad doesn't really say much of temperament, I had got more information by contacting the owner, and I learned a lot more when I went to see the horse.
14 year old Thoroughbred gelding. He is 16.1 hands; dark brown/black; low mileage; best work ethic; willing; fantastic potential. |
This horse had his first basic training with Shannon Oldham Duke (winner of many dressage medals including individual Silver at the 1997 Pan Am Games)
He and his current owner trained with Jacqueline Oldham ("S" judge). We also took lessons from Lisa Boyer (Whidbey Equestiain Center). We had clinics
With Linda Zang ("O" FEI Judge); Willy Arts; Bert Rutten's top trainer. He is trained through 3rd level dressage.
This horse has not been ridden due to health issues of the rider/owner. Is healthy; good feet and legs; has had no major
Injuries. He is very recluctantly for sale as I cannot ride any more.