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Cobs horse - 11 yrs 16.1 hh - South Humberside
Can honestly say this fantastic girl has the biggest arse I've ever seen and that does include my ex-wife. She is enormous. Ideally suited to carry the heaviest of rider but as you can see from the video a 7 stone girl can handle her quite easily. She is not strong and very easy to do in and out of the stable. If your looking for a pet bear as well as a riding horse Clarissa fits the bill, she is a very affectionate horse who enjoys human attention and responds accordingly. Never a hint of a buck bolt or rear just a big heavy armchair type of ride. Safety out hacking is her main attribute but she does have 3 decent paces if you enjoy schooling. Clarissa is not a cheap horse as she is extremely well bred on both sides and comes from a long line of showing horses. Plus what
Category:Cobs
Price:£ 2,500
Horse's name:Clarissa
Passport Organisation:126
Age:11 yrs
Height:16.1 hands
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