Dutch Warmblood Event/Jumper Horse

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    01-18-2011, 10:41 PM
Unhappy Dutch Warmblood Event/Jumper Horse

Hey, I'm slowly trying to get the word out about my horse being for sale (not too crazy about selling, but im not the one paying board). Anyway im off to college in a few moths and I know the market is down so im trying to get him to sell by the summer. Anyway, Alvin "Silent Faith" is a 1995 Dutch Warmblood gelding. He is 16'1, chestnut, has 3 tall socks, and a blaze. Alvin was imported from England as a five year old to Clark Montgomery. Clark owned him for 5 years. During this time Alvin thrived as an upper level event horse. Clark took him up to the CIC** level and did very well. I believe one year he was second at Red Hills in a CIC**. Due to a bowed tendon Alvin never made it to Advanced. (This injury has not effected soundness. He has never taken a lame step for me)He was then sold to his previous owner who took him Prelim a few times, did second level and did 3'6-3'9 jumpers. Afterwards I bought him. I did my very first HT on him and he guided me through it like a champ. Within a year I moved from novice up to training on him. He is the ideal training horse. Novice is a bit under him and I hope to find out what kind of prelim horse he is. Alvin helped me get and place at AECs. We placed 10th out of 55. Alvin is a brave horse. While he's not a push button, he will pull you through some rough places. On numerous occasions he has saved me from getting in a bad place. Alvin is a very very careful jumper. In my entire career with him I've only had a single rail down which was my fault anyway. He LOVES cross country and gets very excited before hand. He is an honest boy who loves his job. Though I think he's the ideal event horse he is also a very sucessful jumper. He won at HITs. If you are looking for a horse to bring you up through the levels this is your guy. I can't tell you what a wonderful horse he is and how much he helped me. He took me from a 2'6 to 3' hunter/ jumper girl into a budding prelim rider. I owe the worldto this horse and I want to find him an owner who loves him as much as I do.

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    01-19-2011, 06:24 PM
Whats your asking price? Where are you located?
    01-19-2011, 06:30 PM
Wow, what a great horse. Too bad my barn's full! Good luck selling him
    01-19-2011, 10:37 PM
Asking $20,000. I am located in south GA.
    01-20-2011, 11:14 AM
I wish I could afford him! He's gorgeous. Good luck selling him!
    01-20-2011, 02:15 PM
Green Broke
He is beautiful. If my barn had a spot he would be mine in a heartbeat.

Good luck selling him!
    01-20-2011, 10:10 PM
Thanks. If you can think of someone who needs a good horse spread the word. He could be a level 3 or 4 jumper, a 2nd level dressage horse or a novice - prelim/ CIC* horse. Could even do the big equ classes.
    01-20-2011, 11:06 PM
I know 2 people who are looking for a horse like him. Sadly they live in Alberta and one of them can't afford over 10 000.

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