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His school work is beautifully balanced and correct, he is responsive off the leg and he scored 38 (62%) in his first ever dressage test.
His jumping is also impressive and he is straight and brave to a jump. He went to a new, very busy venue for some jump schooling and was his usual saintly self, warming up calmly and then standing patiently to wait for his turn around a course of fences, complete with all fillers. He has since jumped his first 70 in competition, and looked like he'd been doing it his whole life!
At a fun ride, he'll go first or last, nanny other horses and go from a gallop back to a relaxed walk. He is always snaffle mouthed and comes back as soon as you ask him to. He was the only horse on the yard who I could trust to go on a gallop hack with my heavily pregnant sister, and know what he would be 100% in all ways.
His ground manners are impeccable. He's a great calming influence on other horses, and is perfect for the farrier and just about every other job you could imagine. He was clipped loose in a stable with no issue at all.
He inspires confidence and could suit a novice rider all the way up to an eventer. With the progress he has already made and the way he works so naturally, in a month he is almost sure to be a school master, but he's already worth his weight in gold because we can trust him completely with any level of rider.
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