Are you looking for your next horse to buy? Here are a selection of super skewbalds for sale on Horse & Hound this week.
From family cobs and sensible all-rounders, to smart show ponies and scopey jumpers, there’s a skewbald to suit all riders:
1. ‘Jumps anything and everything’
Selling points: This Irish sports horse has done every job on the hunting field and is currently being used as a hireling by a novice rider. She is 100% box, shoe, clip and catch, and has fantastic manners both in and out of the stable.
‘Rosie’ has showjumped unaffiliated up to 85cm, cross-country schooled around BE90, and is showing potential to do well on the flat with three lovely paces. She is a great hack alone or in company and is 100% in traffic.
2. ‘Good to do in all ways’
Selling points: Clean limbed and straight moving, this pony has hunted for the past two seasons and will go first or last. He began showjumping last summer and was placed every time out. Good to do in all ways and hacks out alone or in company.
3. ‘Scopey jump’
Selling points: This gelding with Rambertino Sambertino bloodlines has three stunning paces and a bold scopey jump. He has done well in the show ring where judges find him very eye-catching.
4. ‘Stunning competition pony’
Selling points: This athletic pony is very well established on the flat with three big expressive paces and good lateral and medium work. He is forward going and has a fantastic jump.
He has been placed in showing classes, showjumping and cross-country. ‘Herbie’ has hunted, is very good to do in all ways, and hacks out alone or in company.
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5. ‘Would excel in any sphere’
Selling points: This mare is always placed in the top three in dressage but would excel in any sphere. She is great to handle, shoe and load.
6. ‘Top class pony’
Selling points: This show hunter pony has been been placed at the Royal International Horse Show for the past two years. She is now jumping coloured and cross-country fences and attended the British Young Riders Dressage Scheme camp.
She is easy to box, shoe and clip, and travels alone or with company.
7. ‘Fantastic all-rounder’
Selling points: This gelding hacks alone or in company and is good in traffic. He is well-schooled and has done cross-country, dressage, cubbing, pleasure rides and showing.
He travels in a box and trailer and has no vices.
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