Absolutely heart wrenching sale of my beloved coloured mare. Boo (Sequels Eugenie) is 6 years old and I have owned her since she was 4.5 months - as you can imagine, having raised her, she is more to me than 'just a horse', she has been my life.
Boo is DW x TB by the stunning Elite CHAPS and BSPA registered stallion 'Sequels Samista' (Samber Bloodlines) who competed show jumping and dressage training to Grand Prix level, is 100 day performance graded in Holland, BDPA champion 2009, CHAPS graded and Wetherby's Reg. Boo is out of Mo's Royair, a Quality thoroughbred by Air Display.
video of her sire - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QI8hJKd8II
Boo was professionally backed at aged 4 'The Woodhead Way' under the guidance of Amy Woodhead, who until recently was head rider for Carl Hester. Boo proved easy to back and was quick and eager to learn.
Boo shows much potential in dressage but equally loves to jump coloureds and rustics, so would perhaps excel at eventing or working hunter. She is good on the roads and in open spaces. If she is unsure she just needs reassurance from her rider and she is very willing to comply. Boo and I have mainly gone out alone and she is, therefore, not a horse that is nappy or clingy to others but more depends on her rider.
Boo has only been shown once, in hand, as a 3 year old and went straight in at County level. The coloured class had 30+ entries and was full of professionally produced horses - it was therefore a great achievement for her to be placed and in the front line up. She also received superb comments from the judges.
Due to her stunning looks, conformation, even markings, symmetry and solid coloured head along with her movement, she has the ability to go to the very top in showing - I was asked to sell her by several producers on her showing debut such was the interest in her.
Boo is a sensitive horse who thrives on one on one care and being able to forge a relationship with her 'special human'. Once you have her trust she will give entirely to you.
She is a darling on the ground and loves to be groomed and pampered and needs a home where she will be the absolute centre of attention.
Excellent for the farrier. Can be a little suspicious of the vet but just needs reassurance that all is well. She has not been clipped as her coat is remarkably thin, even in the winter. However, I would envisage no problem if sympathetically introduced to the clippers.
Prefers the space of lorries or side loaders but has recently travelled in an Ifor Williams.
Excellent to catch, lead, tie up and bath.
Boo has not quite made the height that was anticipated and also our relationship is so closely bonded and intense that I have found it difficult to obtain the necessary 'emotional distance' required to effectively carry on her education and schooling. I feel that I am now holding her back.
She is not a novice ride due to her age and because she draws all of her confidence from the rider/handler. Boo deserves the very best of everything - it is all she has known - and she loves her creature comforts.
Currently only shod in front as we do not do much roadwork. Boo is a horse in a million and would produce the most exquisite offspring and make a wonderful mother.
Excellent doer on minimal hard feed and up to date with worming, vaccinations etc.
Boo will come with her beautiful tack and all her rugs, boots and accessories - of which there are many! She is in a Happy Mouth snaffle at all times and works well in this. She does not rear, buck, bolt, kick or bite.
There is so much more that I could say about this wonderful horse and I have lots more photos and videos of her, from foal to full grown, which I would be happy to share with any interested parties. Please do feel welcome to email any serious enquiries to me.
Sorry but no trials, loans, part exchanges, swaps or timewasters thank you.