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.
Don’t mind buying out the tack store of purple shampoo … every week? Totally okay with everything you own being constantly covered in white hair? If you answered yes, maybe you should seek help. If you answered no, let’s be real — who can resist a gorgeous gray? Here are four stunning grays who want to go home with you.
Excel Star Armina Z: 2012 16.2h grey imported Zangersheide mare by Air Jordan. This recently imported beautiful grey mare is truly an exceptional athlete. Armina has done some competing overseas and is ready to go and win for you in the US. She is light in the bridle, moves well and is always in good form over fences. She has an excellent lead change and will get you noticed in whatever discipline you choose. Armina is suitable for both the amateur and professional rider looking for their next competitive partner. Located in Pennsylvania.
CC Granville: “Levi” is an elegant six year old (2012), 16’2 dark grey thoroughbred gelding. Levi started his eventing career as a 5 year old and completed the season at training level. This spring he successfully upgraded to preliminary at Aspen Farms, and will be competing at Rebecca Farms in a few weeks.
Levi is an easy snaffle ride all three phases, is a soft easy ride down to a fence, and always tries to please. He is a very lovable horse both on the ground and under saddle, and would excel with an ambitious young rider wanting to climb the levels. He is elegant and obedient in dressage with good movement. Levi is also very brave cross country with a lovely gallop and he is a careful show jumper. Located in British Columbia.
Attention Pony Clubbers and Adult Amateurs! Charmer is an eight year old TB that I bought directly from his racing trainer in February 2013. He did local shows, novice combined tests, and competed in the beginner novice division of the War Horse Series in North Carolina his four and five year old years. Since then, he has been almost dormant while I went back to school. He’s been hacking out with occasional jumping and flat work. He has been back in a program for the last 30 days.
I’ve finally reached the decision that I don’t have the time to devote to him that he wants and deserves. He’s looking for a young rider or adult amateur that will appreciate his work ethic and forward mind set. He needs to be gotten fit again and then he could go almost any direction – dressage, eventing, jumpers, trail riding — I’ve even pushed cows on him.
No soundness issues, and up to date on all health and maintenance. Did all three phases of eventing in a double jointed snaffle and hacks out in a hackamore. He has ground manners and ships well solo or with others. His racing owner and breeder found me on social media, so he’s documented back to birth. Located in North Carolina.
Luck of the Draw, or “Benny”, is a stunning 7yo 16.1h Connemara/TB cross by ArdCeltic Art. He has completed a CCI1*, and has the scope and potential to be very competitive at the upper levels. He is a sweet horse, easy to do at home and at the shows. Benny needs a confident rider to bring him to his full potential, YR/Ammys in a program yes, but no beginners please! This is is a top class horse with a bright future ahead of him. Sound with current X-rays! Located in Kentucky.
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