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She is sound in every way - no vices apart from she can be a little moody when it comes to feed time, and a typical tb - spooky at times but she is improving everyday in her confidence.
Hacks out alone/in company but I would say is better with others. Good In open spaces and has good breaks.
I have recently send her away for 4 weeks to be retrained and schooled with Anne Mackley. She has 3 good paces and has been over poles and jumps but is still needs work in this area. I believe she will excel in any discipline but definitely has the potential to excel in dressage.
Perfect for the farrier and can be clipped without the need for sedation however she is a little sensitive around her ears. Good to load in a lorry - I have not seen her load in a trailer but have heard from previous owner she was good.
Will come with rugs - tack can be sold with her for extra. Any questions please feel to ask. She is an ex racehorse - race name is Blausee.