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    09-20-2008, 09:52 AM
  #1
Foal
Skips Handy Boy (FINISHED) For Sale

He's absolutely amazing, changes leads when asked in the dressage arena, auto changes in the hunter and jumper ring, really nice top line, uses his back end really well and responds well to leg and seat commands.

I love this boy but I don't do English and he's very fancy!!!!

He's a APHA reg. DARK palomino stallion, he can be registered in the APintoHA and the Palomino horse association, he just turned 5 in march, no lameness or bad habits, acts like a gelding, I take him everywhere, MILE AND MILES of trails ridden on this horse, people bend over to check if he's a stallion because he's so sane...I even put little kids on him, he's sooo gentle.

He loads on command and unloads, hauls, clips, ties, stand for Vet&Farrier, lunges, picks up all feet without a problem.

Geld him and show him in EVERYTHING or keep hm a stud and show him in open for a couple of years then charge 5k a pop for breeding, he has champion blood lines that go back to Man O' War and the rest is Skipper W, he's an amazing horse!

Asking 5,000 will go down to $4,500 to a good showing or riding home, even a breeding program.
Just somewhere where he is loved and cared for!

Call or email-
Rockieedward@hotmail.com
OR 678-521-5883 My name is Samantha

Pictures Jumping::::









Dressage::::









His beautiful colt born this year::::
     
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    09-20-2008, 01:33 PM
  #2
Foal
Wow he is pretty but he overjumps by alot! If I wasn't in the middle of purchasing a horse myself I would consider him. Were are you located?
     
    09-21-2008, 02:39 PM
  #3
Foal
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Originally Posted by myboydoc
wow he is pretty but he overjumps by alot! If I wasn't in the middle of purchasing a horse myself I would consider him. Were are you located?

That was his first jumping show ever!

He has improved a lot. He would make someone a perfect 3rd level dressage horse.

I'm located in Jefferson GA
     
    09-24-2008, 05:59 PM
  #4
Yearling
Height? Seems like a low price for such a good horse?
     
    09-24-2008, 06:22 PM
  #5
Foal
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Originally Posted by hotreddun
height? Seems like a low price for such a good horse?
I am basically giving him away, I can't afford but on horse anymore and I really can't afford him, he's my baby, he is even starting tempi work and doing very well, 4,500 is a STEAL a total steal and he needs a good showing home but quickly and its hard to come by somebody who wants him because he's a stallion.

THOUGH, people bend down at horse shows because he acts the calmest and they are all like "WOW he is a stallion, he's better then my gelding!!"

He's just simply amazing.


Handy has jumped up to 3'9" but not since May, with confidence he could make a high schooling hunter or circuit hunter but I don't do English riding.


Here are some videos::::

Jumping
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOChNdWWHVU

Dressage:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QlZL...eature=related
     
    09-26-2008, 06:13 PM
  #6
Yearling
I know a few people who might be REALLY interested in your horse. Could you email me his pedigree...any other pics that you have of jumping...and give me more info. How many hands tall is he? Clean x-rays? My email is sallymandereight@hotmail.com
     

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