Sport Horse Nation Spotlight: 5 More Thoroughbreds Ready for Their Next Chapter

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.

Last week we featured five Thoroughbreds ready for new heights. This week we’re featuring five more!

Hieronymus B. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Athletic OTTB with loads of untapped potential

Hieronymus B. is an 8 year old, 16.1 hand, OTTB gelding. Completed the novice at Rocking Horse III with 3 solid phases, including a very impressive xc run. Definitely has the talent and scope for more! Not for a green rider as he is a sensitive horse. Hiro is an athletic and very willing horse with a sweet personality. A pleasure to have in the barn. In a professional program this season-tuned up and ready to move up the levels! Could also be competitive in the jumper ring. Located in Florida.

Rossini’s Concerto. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Rossini’s Concerto – fun, safe ottb gelding

Rossini’s Concerto, 2010 bay 16.1hh ottb gelding by Rossini out of Key Approval, USEA#171232. Ross is an honest, safe gelding perfect for either an amateur or young rider looking for a horse that is sound, fit, and ready to compete. He is a straightforward, supple ride on the flat with nice movement.

Ross is a super fun horse to jump as he is careful and quiet with great adjustability. His bravery and athleticism makes him a xc machine as he has never had a refusal on or off property. Hacks out on the buckle with no spin/bolt. Sweet and easy to handle on the ground at home and at shows; loads, vets, shoes, clips, cross ties like a pro. Finished top 3 in 3/5 novices in 2017 and is ready to move up. Located in Georgia.

Philanthromister. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Talented 6yr old TB w/ upper level potential – “Philanthromister”

“Phil” is one seriously special OTTB! 6yrs old, 16.2 – He is competing successfully at Novice level and in his first USEA event he produced a 24 dressage and jumped a classy double clear. He competes in all three phases in a nathe snaffle and is very relaxed and polite at the show and at home.

This horse has serious talent to go on up the levels, but he is also a very easy ride and totally genuine, and would suit an amateur/ young rider as well as a professional. He has very clean legs, excellent feet and bone and has been an absolute pleasure to produce. He will easily go up the levels in eventing and is sure to become someones horse of a lifetime! Located in Florida.

Lion. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Talented Young Event Horse

Lion is a talented 16.1hh thoroughbred gelding. He moves well, has a great brain, and a very willing personality. He has spent the last 2 winter seasons successfully competing and schooling in Aiken, South Carolina. He has 3 great gates and is very broke and well schooled on the flat. Lion is very willing and showing scope and promise over the jumps. He is a great cross country horse as he’s very adjustable and brave. Located in Ontario.

Vino. Photo via Sport Horse Nation.

Athletic SCOPEY 6 yo 16h OTTB Bay Tb Gelding

Blame It On Vino (aka Vinny) Restarted by 4* Eventer Ashley Johnson. Training with 4* trainer, Jennie Jarnstrom who rode him at his 1st Horse Trial at Rocking Horse in February 2018 in OBN. Vinny’s dressage score of 33.3, double clear-stadium, and a couple green moments on XC that kept him out of the ribbons. He will be showing at Rocking Horse Spring Horse Trial with Jennie Jarnstrom.

He is full bodied, very athletic, brave to the jumps, great work ethic, quiet mind, with lead changes. Jennie believes he easily has the scope to do Training and potentially more. Jumps banks up and down, ditches, water, and trakehners. Vinny has great feet, barefoot and very SOUND. Passed recent vetting and Xrays. Loads, clips, bathes and stands tied till you need him. Located in Florida.

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