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    07-07-2008, 07:03 PM
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3yr Gypsy Cob Dressage/trail Gelding

Ok this is my first time using this so yeah lets see how I do lol.
Ok I have a friend who is selling a just turned 3yr old gelding which has had 5mnths pro training last summer in trail and driving. He looks like a fairy tail horse with lots of ground covering stride and an up hill build. He was in dressage training for abou a month and he does turn on for and haunches. He side passes at a stand still and at a walk and trot. He is located in MN and has been boarded at my property for the last year and I have ridden him in 4-h shows and all over on the trails and he is 100% traffic safe. He does the basic dressage movements and takes leads really well. He has placed in pleasure and games. His first time ever seeing a barrel pattern he got 22sec and he troted about a quarter of the course. He has been jumper 12inches. He walks over tires,tarps,bridges,cavaleties not spooky at all. He collects nice under english. He rides westren also and ridden in a hack. He is a black and white 50/50 and has a long mane and tail. He does have feathering also. I have had 6 and 7 year olds on him riding him alone supervised. And he would make a wonderful kids mount after a little more riding. His seat cues are really good and leg cues. The only reason my friend is selling him is because of financial and she just had a 3rd child and no time. I have pictures and more info avalible upon request. Asking 7500 obo He loads,ties,clips,saddles,bridels 100% sound and sane. Pic takin last year has lots more feathering and filled out more
     

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