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post #1 of 1 Old 11-05-2011, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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Worth taking a look at?

I am more than happy with my Duffster, but helping a friend look at horses! She's looking for something she can learn a bit from, and maybe help learn too, seen this and I love -drool- the Florestan line. Just wanted to know what you guys think! Translation is basically

Lovely 7 year old gelding from Florestan. Absolutely brave an uncomplicated in changes (situations) and very brave to hack. Florentino is around 170cm, has three good movements. In trot and canter is he soft and easy to sit to. He has competed as a dressage horse at A and L- placed. We do not sell him as a dressage horse as he doesn't have to motivation for it. We wish to sell him in to loving hands to an allrounder rider. So brave he will make a good beginners horse or therapy horse.

Thats the best I can translate, but I love the lines, and like his movement. Basically, that means he will do the low level dressage, but doesn't have to GO for more, thats why they're selling him.. price is good too!! Lemme know :)

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