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post #1 of 2 Old 02-12-2011, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Project horse beautiful brown tb

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16.3h brown gelding, 11yrs old, off the track TB.

- currently out of work & been so for 12 months + therefore would recommened him to an experienced confident rider to get him working well under saddle again

- once in regular work he has shown to be quiet & honest under saddle, established basic flatwork and shown great promise for jumping, good ridden in a group of horses, on roads, in traffic & around dogs.

- easy to handle on the ground incl. catch, shoe, float etc, however would not recommened him to the inexperienced or nervous as he can be pushy if let get away with it or someone who knows no better

- ideal project for confident teen, is a great horse with the right owner, just needs a little time & work to iron out some typical out of work OTTB quirks, could certainly see him make a nice allrounder in the future

- is a windsucker but is controlled with a collar, has a few scars so not suited to showing in hand

- for sale at $500 neg

- located in Muswellbrook NSW

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post #2 of 2 Old 02-13-2011, 10:50 PM
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You live in Musselbrook? Awesome! I am like 1 and a half hours away from you!

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