profileSOLD – Charlie is a 6 yr old registered TB chestnut gelding that stands 15.3h. He is a lovely mover with a stunning canter and cute jump. Currently schooling over 2’6″ fences and has free jumped 3’3″. He didn’t do much for the first 5 years of his life but has been working consistently for the last year and a half (since we bought him) and is coming along beautifully. Charlie started his show career this past summer and attended several hunter schooling shows where he made us very proud. Each show he becomes less and less intimidated by everything that is going on and knows what he is there for as soon as he steps into the sand ring. It was great to hang up his first ribbons of his career after each show.

He loves to hack, is mastering his trailering skills, loves his bath if you let him drink from the hose, is great for the vet and farrier, is an easy keeper and has a loveable personality.

Charlie is still a green horse and can cop an attitude when he doesn’t want to do something but he has so much potential and will be a wonderful hunter horse for someone who has to the time to devote to advancing on what he has been learning. Because he is green, he needs a confident intermediate rider.

Why are we selling him, you ask? Well, his rider (our daughter) would like to advance her skills and move up to the Trillium level and Charlie isn’t quite ready for that yet… he will probably need another season of training and schooling shows before he will be ready for that level and she just won’t have the time to devote to his training when she is working on her own with an experienced mount.

Located in Orangeville, Ontario area

See more photos and video at http://shadyridgefarm.ca/horsesforsale.htm

Email – jbyer@equinewebdesign.ca
Call – 519-941-9523

$3500

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