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At the end of a long work day, you just want to go to the barn and hang out with your horse whether you spend the time doting on him in the barn or hacking out or schooling. Here are five amateur and junior friendly horses of varying levels that are looking for their next best friend.
Reeves has been my personal pet for the past year. He is the most genuine horse in the barn with a heart of gold. Reeves spent the 2017 season with BN events, novice CTs, hunter paces, and the RRP. He has been several places xc schooling and is very brave. Reeves has a great attitude and will put a smile on your face everyday. He is ready to be someone’s best friend and will always show up for work. He will be out hunting in the next few weeks!
Reeves has great balanced gaits, a flying change, and an adorable, scopey jump. He had tons of potential to move up the levels if you desire, or to hit the trails and hop over logs. He is suitable for an ammy looking for a fun, sound, safe horse. Located in Kentucky.
Red is an eight year old 16.1hh ottb. He has been successfully competing at the intermediate and two star level. He has multiple wins throughout his career most recently he won the CIC** at the Horse Park of New Jersey this past summer as well as a win in the intermediate at Waredaca.
Red is very broke in all three phases and shows great potential to be an upper level campaigner for a professional or as an amateurs/young riders one star winner. Don’t miss this great opportunity to own a young and experienced thoroughbred. Located in Pennsylvania.
Lily is a 16.2, 2005 British Thoroughbred mare. She is an eventer/schoolmaster who has competed successfully through prelim level. She competed on the u18 circuit in England, qualifying for Badminton Grassroots where she was placed third after the dressage. Was moved to America in 2016 as owner began college in Virginia.
Here she has competed both training and prelim level. She is very straightforward, knows her job very well, and is laid back and eager to please. Only being sold due to financial reasons, and is of no fault of her own. Located in Virginia.
Mox A Million- 16.2hh 8yo TBcross gelding. Moxi is a true competitor, nice mover with an athletic jump. Careful in the show jumping but bold and fun cross country, will excel through the levels quickly. Dressage scores in the mid 20s, great demeanor and easy to handle at home and shows.
Hacks out alone and in company, great for farrier, vet, baths, trailering and clipping. Moxi is a favorite in the barn with his loving and goofy personality. Would make a wonderful YR or adult amateur horse. Located in Virginia.
2008, 16’1 hand Tb gelding with lots of BN and Novice level experience. Linus has been on lease with adult amateur looking to regain her confidence jumping but is now back in Aiken, SC competing training level this fall and winter.
He is easy around the barn, trailering and at shows. Super honest to jump, goes cross-country in egg-butt snaffle. Linus would suit any adult or junior looking for a competitive horse with some experience. Located in Georgia.
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