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Selling points: “‘Pan’ is a quality home-bred by Cashpoint, out of a Primitive Rising mare. He has a willing attitude with good movement and scope. He was backed as a three-year-old and then given time to mature. He is slowly establishing his flatwork, loves his showjumping and has popped over cross-country fences. He is great with the farrier, loading on to a lorry or trailer and is up-to-date with teeth, worming and vaccinations.”
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Selling points: “This is a phenomenally well-bred mare. She is a special girls’ or ladies’ jumper or eventer, super mover and electric jumper. She is riding nicely on the flat and jumping upto 1.30m+ course at home. She has too many wins to mention and has consistently jumped at newcomers and Foxhunter level with a clean record. She’s had a break from competing through no fault of her own, just due to my own personal circumstances and lack of transport, so she has bred a foal. She requires bringing back into work as currently roughed off. Please, no novices. She hacks alone and in company, she’s also cross-country schooled, proving to be bold and brave. She is great to load (she loads herself) and will stand in the wagon all day. She is good to bath, shoe etc, but needs oral sedation to clip. Lease considered.”
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3. ‘Kind and fun’
Selling points: “This is a kind and fun horse. She is good to box/shoe/clip and is careful with ditches and keen to jump. She is not suitable for a novice as when she is out, Molly is keen to push on. She is ideal for a kind and confident lady and is lovely to hack and easy in the school. This is a reluctant sale and a five-star home is a priority.”
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Selling points: “‘Andy’ is a fabulous gelding, who has had one owner since retiring from racing and has been beautifully produced and regularly competed in dressage. Andy has been out schooling over cross-country fences with his owner, done a bit of showjumping at home and been to lots of riding club (RC) clinics. He is very polite cantering in open spaces, has never been strong, never bucked or reared. He is fine in traffic — he prefers hacking with another horse as he can get a bit tense on his own. He is good to handle in and out of the stable, but he can be twitchy to be clipped so has previously been sedated. This horse is an absolutley lovely boy and would suit a home where he can continue enjoying competing and be produced further. No novices, he is a competitive horse who wants that type of home!”
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Selling points: “This magnificent, eye-catching Irish Sports Horse just oozes quality. He has three good basic paces, super conformation and the most lovely of temperaments, being incredibly easy to handle in all respects. He has won hunter classes in Ireland, is an honest jumper over all types of painted and natural fences, good to hack and did Pony Club Camp this summer with a teenage girl. He is sensible and genuine — this is a really good quality all-rounder, who will become a tremendous friend to whoever is lucky enough to own him.”
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