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Ace is completely wasted and deserves the opportunity to reach his potential but unfortunately I do not currently have the time, equally if the right home doesn't present itself he will continue to stay with us.
We have owned Ace since a foal, he is an absolute Saint in every way, and I would trust him with the smallest children to your grandparents.
13.2hh but looks and rides bigger, leg in each corner true to type cob.
He is brilliant is traffic, open fields and the beach.
He is never sharp or silly.
Loves his grub and lives off fresh air.
Can be clipped without a headcollar on
Currently being advertised from the field, therefore needs bringing back into work but wouldn't take long. He has previously attended clinics by a teenager and adult without any issues.
He has very little miles on the clock and would make a fabulous mother daughter share, he makes every rider on board feel super safe.
Was shown at Royal Welsh Winter Fair as a foal placed the highest native in his class.
We do feel in the right hands he has the potential to do well on the circuit.
Ace lives in or out without any trouble, he is currently turned out with a 2yo colt has been previously turned out with foals, mares, geldings.
He will stand and be groomed til the cows come home, and is a pleasure to have around.
Great to catch, comes to call/whistle.
Ace was broken to drive 2022, needs more miles being driven but proved sensible and willing.
He's never been sick or sorry
Upto date with:-
Tack is available at separate negotiation which consists of:-
Fylde saddle and bridle
Plenty more pictures and videos available