Colour BayGelding16.3 handsKWPN
The price is negotiable for my registered KWPN gorgeous 16.3hh Bay Gelding 5 years old, with very athletic uphill paces, looking for a 5* excellent loving home. He was bred in France and came over to the UK when he was 3yrs old. There are photo’s and a short video for you to see. The video just shows his paces, as he is, on the lunge on each rein, no frills added just him being him! His price is very negotiable as a good home is far more important than money, all offers will be considered if the home is 5* as I have had him now for two years and he has matured way beyond my expectations in every respect.
His pedigree is exceptional and speaks for itself, I have attached a photo of the same. His Sire line is Beltano from Belissimo from Beltain and on his mother’s side he has Amsterdam from Argentinus and G.Ramiro Z
He is excellent to handle either in the stable or field, to load, to travel, to catch (comes to call from an open five acre field!) and good with the farrier but has only had his feet trimmed not shod, having a good correct foot balance and is a very easy and kind horse to handle from the ground. He will live in or out and is highly intelligent and learns very quickly, consequently he will not be suitable for the novice rider as he is sharp, sensitive and can be spooky like any youngster. He needs an experienced rider to bring him on to his full potential, preferably in Dressage but he has shown a good shape over a fence loose schooling – believe me he can jump also! He was professionally very lightly backed, due to his late maturity, such as bridle, saddle, rider on top just in walk. He is now turned away again enjoying the summer grazing. He is fully vaccinated and has been wormed regularly. I would recommend that his new owner’s go through the backing procedure again in order to establish a good relationship and bond with him, as he is a very sensitive and intelligent young horse and has been turned away now for a considerable time. I am selling him as he has grown too big for my daughter to handle (we presently compete at local Novice level and this young horse is quite frankly out of our league!) and I believe he still has some more growing to do as he has proven to be a late developer. He has super uphill paces for an experienced rider to realize his full potential.
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