Dylan is a 15.2ish hand, liver chestnut Morgan gelding. He is coming on 23 this spring but still has some good years left in him! Dylan has been a lesson horse for many years and now, having gained the nick name “the grumps”, we can tell he is ready for a change. He has been an asset at the Dartmouth Riding Center, I believe Seery Hill as well, and even in the UVSC therapeutic riding program (that’s us, we’ve got him now). Dylan would make a great advanced beginner horse as he has a lot to teach and is ready for a kid to just love on him and scratch his itches. We want this to be a forever home so that when he is completely finished riding he can retire happily with people who love him. Dylan competed through Training level Eventing, loved it, misses it, and would be a fabulous starter horse for the lower levels (he even has fun things like lead changes!). He stands tied and cross tied, for the hose, and farrier, and loves being groomed! Dylan is pretty quiet with only his occasional moments of spooking. He can be forward over fences, he is honest but does keep a quick pace to the jump. Dylan does have some arthritis and his skin is dry (I would suggest a joint, and coat supplement), but other than that he is a pretty easy keeper. Barefoot, little blanketing etc. He hates bugs but loves being outside (dilemma:).
Located in NH. Moved only with first right of refusal.
Interested – call Cindy Eggleston at (802) 272-9842 or Maren Vogel at (802) 673-7201
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