Great American USDF Region 7 Reserve Champion Adult Amateur Training Level in 2009. Scores up to 78%. Registered Half Arabian 9 year old gelding. 15.3+ hands. Buckskin. No health or soundness issues. Lovely, athletic horse with a sweet temperament. Shown at 1st level, schooling 3rd including flying changes. Located in Oregon. More info at joryhillstables.com (503) 362-0178 firstname.lastname@example.org $19,500 negotiable
CARINOSA is a 6 year old ISR/ OLD NA mare is by Hilltop Cordini (HOL) out of Denim N’ Lace (HOL/ TB) & has been very successful in the show ring, although she was showing sparingly due to her owner’s busy schedule. She is approved in the OLD NA main mare book and is branded ISR. She is an eye catching, amateur friendly mare and is suitable for a confident rider looking to bring along a bold athletic prospect that is sure to dance her way up the levels. Carinosa has a powerful hind end and lovely ground covering gaits. She has a wonderful walk/trot/canter under saddle with relaxed, swinging strides. She is smart and has movement that will excel at upper level dressage which her classical German dressage foundation has highlighted. She was shown successfully in the 4 year old test by her amateur owner/breeder and is currently being shown 1st level with scores consistently in the high 60s or 70s.
She was recently started over fences and shows super scope in the free jump chute and now jumping small courses with green changes. She is a love bug in the barn, easy to handle on the ground, easy to load, and favorite with the vet and farrier. Only for sale due to her owner’s busy schedule – price negotiable to the right home.
For more information please contact Haley Glick at 903-280-0607 or email@example.com or view her online ad at: http://www.warmblood-sales.com/HorseDetail.asp?HorseID=37233&UserID=14632
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