With the recent release of the film interpretation of Roald Dahl’s famous book The BFG, we thought it was about time the horsey equivalent was celebrated. Take a look at our selection of big friendly giants for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week.
1. ‘Quality mare and foal’
Gender: mare and filly foal
Selling points: “This Clydesdale mare is fully registered with the Clydesdale Horse Society. She is sold with a filly foal. This mare has bred three filly foals and she is good tempered and well-mannered. Her filly foal, born in April, is a very good example of the breed — she is halter trained and well handled.”
2. ‘Stunningly handsome’
Selling points: “I bought this horse when he was a six-year-old straight from the hunting field where he was used as a hireling. He has hunted with many local packs and he loves his job. He jumps everything he is pointed at with many different people on his back. He has been eventing with placings at BE90 and BE100 level with dressage scores in the 20s. He would make a magnificent master’s/hunt horse. Good to do.”
3. ‘Huge potential’
Selling points: “This homebred horse by Mill Law out of a thoroughbred mare has jumped double clear at 90cm one-day events with good dressage results this season. ‘Golden Mill’ has three rhythmical paces with a scopey jump. He is very nimble and responsive for his size. He is a joy to ride and really puts a smile on your face. He is an absolute gent and has hunted for four seasons with the Warwickshire. This horse has never been known to refuse. He jumps for joy, loves his job, is very genuine and willing in all disciplines and a perfect all-rounder for someone wanting to be competitive. He has talent to excel with an engine that keeps going. Never sick or sorry and is easy to do.”
4. ‘Jumps for fun’
Selling points: “This horse has been point-to-pointing and is fit and ready to run through the summer. Owner giving up. Has hunted and would make a fantastic eventer.”
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6. ‘Top class showjumping prospect’
Selling points: “‘Everest’ was imported from Ireland in 2014 having been professionally produced with his future in mind. He is working well on the flat with lateral work and flying changes established. He is comfortably jumping 1.20m and is popping 1.30m+ at home. He has huge potential for 1.60m classes when he is older and the talent to take him all the way, making him a grand prix prospect for the future. He is bold, brave, careful and scopey. He would suit any level rider looking for future success and is the perfect gentleman in every way.
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