Sport Horse Nation Spotlight: Six Marvelous Mares

In the market for a new four-legged partner? You may find your unicorn on our sister site, Sport Horse Nation. To help with the search, we’re going to feature a selection of current listings here on EN each week. We include the ad copy provided; click the links for videos, pricing and contact information.

“Ask a Gelding. Tell a Stud. Discuss it with a mare.”

Where geldings might be agreeable, there’s so much to say about the partnership you can build with a mare! When you get them on your side there’s nothing you can’t accomplish. Here’s six of the latest mares listed for sale on Sport Horse Nation (And click here if you missed the geldings we featured last week):

Spellbound. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Spellbound: Athletic, Upper Level Potential

Spellbound is an athletic and sensitive mare with three correct uphill gaits who is bursting with talent for upper level Eventing but could also continue to excel in Dressage or Jumpers. Born in 2010, Spellbound is a 16.3hh impeccably bred Oldenburg –Soprano/A Jungle Prince/Rubinstein. Spellbound had a light start in her early years before she was put into classical dressage training at the age of six with highly accomplished Grand Prix dressage trainer Deborah Dean-Smith. In dressage competition she has received scores into the 70’s with 9’s for her gaits. She is correct and flashy in the arena and will win the Dressage. She is currently schooling second level dressage movements as well as her changes. She was started over fences in the fall of 2018 where she has shown incredible scope, footwork and bravery with all the athleticism for the upper levels. She has cross country schooled multiple times including banks, ditches, water and all types of fences. She is currently in a professional training program. Spellbound is microchipped and has a passport as well has a clean set of X-rays. No history of injury or unsoundness and no vices. Call or text Anna Loschiavo 802-274-6289 for videos and to set up a time to ride Spellbound. Located in Florida.

Shesaruckus. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Shesaruckus

Zoe is an unraced 9 year old TB mare standing 16.2H. She is currently showing Open Novice level but ready to move up to Training Level. She has been a ribbon earner in the Novice division. Zoe is very good mover and brave to the fences. She definitely has the ability to do it all. Located in California.

Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

5 YO 16.1hh Canadian Warmblood mare makes the jumps feel small!

Lovely redhead with flawless barn manners. Completed Novice this weekend at Ocala Winter 2. Has completed 3 Beginner Novices with ribbons in 2. This beauty has a big trot and a super jump with plenty of scope. Bold to the jumps but not hot, easily rateable, with a balanced rhythmic canter, she is confident through ditches, water, drops etc… Fun to ride, she could also show in the Hunters with her changes well in place. Located in Ocala until the end of March.

MiAmore. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

MiAmore, WB/Welsh 14.1 3/4hh pony, 2005

Stunning, brave, winning, barefoot, mare. Events novice, show jumper thru .95, Foxhunts. Always in the ribbons, often gr. champion, a pro.

Rider moving up to a horse. Our beloved Mia is a sweetheart, gorgeous and forward, loves a spa day! Ready for her next rider. Located in Maryland.

Luna. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Winning Novice Horse For Sale

9 year old Black Oldenburg Mare 16 hh. Luna is well schooled on the flat and a lovey mover. She is easy to frame and has her own engine. She has a scopey jump and is bold to the fences.

Won Sporting Days Novice Division with a 23! Some experience at Training Level and scope for more. In Aiken Until April 1and then returns to Ontario.

Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Prelim/ young rider horse **videos NOW working**

Preliminary horse with Young Rider Championship experience and CIC always clear xc. Oldenburg mare 2009 15.31/2hh. Good in all 3 phases, jumps all xc fences, ditches, banks, water, brush. Can take a bad distance and not be upset at all. Great dressage, works to 3rd level dressage. Easy changes has schooled to 3 time changes.
No soundness issues, easy keeper. Could do 1.20 jumpers, possibly more.

Is a little too much horse for her new 11 year old petite rider coming off a 12hh pony but will suit someone bigger who has already started eventing at Novice level or above, as she does have extensive preliminary experience mostly gained by a 16/17 yo. No history of lameness, no injuries, great legs and feet for her negotiable asking price.

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