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Sired by John Whitaker’s Three Coynes (ARGENTO)
Slowly and professionally backed
Chilli has been my absolute pride and joy since breeding him but unfortunately, I now have a young baby so I’m struggling to do him justice.
Chilli has been very carefully and lovingly brought on, I have wrapped him in bubble wrap and done everything possible to keep him in top condition and give him the best start in life. He’s always been fed good quality feed and handled regularly which has produced a very confident and loving 4 year old who is now ready to move on to a home with someone who has more time than what I do to do him justice.
Chilli is looking for a home for life where he can really do a job for someone. He needs a home where he will be out and about whether that’s with an amateur or professional as he has excellent confirmation, movement and breeding.
Chilli is a true quality homebred, I still own his mother who is now 15 and can also be viewed if wanted. He is good to handle, travel, bath, clip and is not spooky or scared of larger traffic.
Chilli attended young stock showing shows as a 3 year old to get used to the competition environment and came away with not only 1sts, but championships every single time. He gained fantastic comments from judges on his straightness, beautiful action and good confirmation.
Chilli is great with traffic, he’s been hacked alone and in company, meeting buses & tractors. He is less confident on his own but this is only a reflection of his age and my lack of time to get him out regularly alone.
He’s up to date with jabs, teeth, physio, farrier and has travelled in a trailer with no problems but we have never tried him in a box as I only have a trailer.
Chilli was professionally broken earlier this year and has now been turned away but he is very keen for a job and I’m sure he’d be absolutely no problem to get back into work and produce in time for getting him out in spring.
Chilli has three balanced paces in the arena and was learning to come into a more consistent contact in all three paces. He covers the ground well and is a very forward ride which is to be expected of his breed / stamp so definitely not for novices. Although very forward, he is very sensitive in the mouth so has never been strong to ride.
I’m sure Chilli will make someone a fantastic eventer or very good quality all rounder even a pure show jumper or hunter and I’m devastated to be selling him but realistically, it’s just not fair to have him sat on full livery and be waiting for me to come and visit once a week; he’s a horse that loves attention and deserves a more interactive home where he’ll get the attention he was previously used to before I had a baby.
Chilli has never had any health issues or lameness, he is (touch wood) very low maintenance in the vet department having just seen our vet for vaccinations and teeth! He is open to any vetting and X-rays.
Trainers / horse friends / non horse husbands welcome to come and view. Although he is turned away, I’d be happy to lunge Chilli in tack for any viewing. Viewings based in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire.
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