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Bear has hunted in Ireland, competed SJ & schooled XC with us and has proved to be bold and brave with a very honest attitude to work.
Bear would ideally suit a teenager/small adult wanting to compete. He would excel at Show Jumping or XC and being so nicely put together he would also prove very good in the working hunter ring. Bear is not fazed by anything presented to him, he is careful and has a good technique over a jump, this, combined with his good attitude to work, will surely take him up the levels very quickly.
Rides very well on the flat, with a nice balanced paces.
He is a joy to hack out alone or in company, happy in front or behind.
Good to handle on the ground, clip, shoe etc.
Good to load and stands quietly on the lorry in between classes.
Bear is a pony with a good future ahead of him.