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Jack has been there and done that, has had dressage training, jumping training, and barrel training! He has done a little bit of everything and would be great for a rider that wants to do it all! He is a true black and is a super classy, solid all-around guy. Brave and easy over fences, and he has a lead change! Jack has also had dressage training, would be great for eventing at the lower levels. He clocks in the 4/5D and has room to get more fit, add speed, and clean up his pattern for faster times! He is also patterned on the poles and has been to playdays. Jack rides outside quiet alone and in a group, has been ridden in traffic, has been in parades, and has lots of trail riding miles. Great ground manners, happy outside in the pasture or in the barn, gets along with everybody, easy to catch, groom, pick feet, bathe, clip, saddle, bridle, stands still for mount and dismount. Good for the vet and the farrier, hops right in the trailer, hauls like a pro, and stands tied for hours. This guy has actually been owned by one of our own and we know him pretty well, he has been a resident here and we'll be a little sad to see him go. Watch his video, this guy could fit a lot of different riders and could fit into a lot of different programs!