Originally Posted by Samstead
Why did * out part of country?
My guess is it was missing the "o" in that word.
So you want to event? How much experience do you have? Are you taking lessons? And are you in the market for a horse?
I think the previous posters have some great suggestions as far as breeds go. I know an Arabian that is a fabulous horse for beginners to learn jumping on. She really does her job well, she enjoys it, and she makes it enjoyable for her riders. If you're serious about competing and advancing in the sport, then start with a horse that is well-suited to your current ability, regardless of breed. As you progress, then continue investing in horses that will help you grow.