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Searching for a mare with a kind temperament who is in foal for 2019. I’m open to Belgian Warmblood, Hanoverian, Dutch, Holsteiner, Oldenburg, etc. Prefer jumping blood. After a couple of frustrating years attempting to get my mare in foal, I am ready to consider adding a new mare to my farm.
looking for an Andalusian gelding for dressage, trails, all rounder really. Prefer Bay, 15.3-16.1. Has to be non spooky, not hot, forward able to take a joke sort of horse. Do not want any recently gelded stallions that have retained stallion behavior. Will have a great home with other horses and plenty of turnout. Budget is open, am willing to pay for a well trained horse. No greenies or mares. Thanks
My 12 yo daughter lost her horse she grew up with to a freak accident a while ago.
She used to want to ride dressage but is giving up after this loss. Id love to find a partner for her to continue her love. We are heartbroken at the loss of our family member we raised from a baby.
I would love for her to not give up riding due to this loss. Looking for a schoolmaster who need a soft landing and retirement. She is under 100 pounds, but a good little rider.
Looking for a horse that would love a kid doting on them. Forever home guaranteed with multiple references available. Old is OK and desirable. Safe, sound and proven pass record is important.
She is riding about 1st level. We have a 50 acre farm and a forever home. Perfect for a retirement plan. She may want to show once a month and ride a couple time a week. Easy living for an old guy. Just putting out there.
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Mount needed for teen girl moving from High Children's to Junior Jumper Division. Rider successful in High Children's Jumper Division: Rolex Miami, Ocala Circuit Champ, Washington points top ten.
\nISO: Branded Hanoverian, Oldenburg, Dutch WB or Irish Draught/ ISH. Prefer substantial build.\nGood mover with three comfortable gaits. Frames up nicely, easy off the leg, light in the bridle. Forward but not hot. Well schooled in dressage to second level. Packer around a 2’3 hunter course. Unflappable while hacking out on the buckle. Good ground manners. No vices. No past issues such as colic or ulcers. No maintenance. 100% sound. Amateur friendly and safe. Super sweet in your pocket personality. 16.2-17 hands.\n7-14 years. $ 30 K. 5 star home with vet references. [email protected].\n\n \n\n \n
I am looking for a hunt prospect. Young or green is fine. 16.3 plus as I am 5'11. Budget is under 20K. I am located in Colorado but willing to travel. I am experienced rider and have ridden hunter/jumper and dressage 30+ years.
Hi! I’m looking for a 16+hh dressage horse to lease. The horse does not have to be trained high, but a friendly personality and quality gaits are important. I do have some experience under my belt and I am willing to ride younger and (somewhat) spookier horses if they are fairly cooperative and polite. I would like a horse that gets along with others and can be around (but not ridden by) young children. I’ve ridden many different kinds of horses, but right now I am on a 16.3hh Dutch Warmblood trained to First Level with lead changes, as he competed in Hunters for some time before becoming a Dressage horse. He has large gaits and can be a bit strong, but I’ve learned to half halt and stretch him for suppleness and bend. Please contact me if you have a horse that you are looking to have leased to the Atlanta area.
Looking for a horse going second level minimum preferably with changes started. Between 15.3 and 16.2 hands and training an appropriate level for their age. Temperament is the most important as I have a small child and plan to have another. Budget reflective of training and quality.
Looking to trade my 2 year old KWPN (Prestige VDL x El Corona) filly for a high adult jumper and/or prospect, prefer mares but will look at geldings. 15.2h or higher, 4-10 years old, warmblood only, maximum budget is 15k. Email me with video and pictures.
Capable of being shown at 2'6+ .. Hoping not to go over 10k. Will consider a TB, but would prefer warmblood, oldenburg, etc. No stallions. Will look at both geldings and mares.
Skilled adult amateur seeking a partner for low-level eventing, dressage and a general fun. Seeking a horse 15 to 17 hands, 5 to 12 years of age who is sound, game and forward-thinking. Green is fine so long as he or she is well-started In return, I offer a life-time home, excellent care and careful training. Trainer, farrier and event reference available upon request. Preference for KWPN, Irish Sport Horses (not drafts) and super-stellar Thoroughbreds. Must be happy and game for all three phases of work. Budget to mid-five figures for perfect match with reasonably clean vetting.
We are looking for a forever horse for our family. We have our own horse property in Orange County with 2 stalls and 2 pastures. We do lots of trail riding and our daughter also likes to compete at local shows in jumpers, jumping 3'3". We work with a lovely, knowledgeable trainer for shows and have years of horse experience. Must be well started under saddle and under 10 years old. Our budget is up to $10,000. \n\nWilling to drive within Southern California area.
ISO safe, calm, steady partner. I am "borrowing" language from a previous posters add bc it fits me so perfectly: I am a competent rider, but can become timid and anxious on a horse who is hot, spooky, or tense. I am looking for a horse that is safe, sane, comfortable to sit on, forgiving and honest (I am still learning dressage collection/contact and may be tense in my seat and knees at times - he must not care about that). He must have a sensible mind. A horse I can learn from and have fun with, so they need to be trained, forward and willing. I do want to compete on occasion, but will not be out there every weekend. A horse that has a been there done that temperament away from home is a must. I have a full time demanding job, so getting 4 rides in a week is a treat. If the horse requires constant working, it's not a match. I want to be able to load my horse up in the trailer and meet friends out on the trail on a random Thursday night without worry. I want a horse that is bored if an ATV or biker goes by....I do not want to be afraid to go to the buckle. Finally, the perfect match has schooled cross country--ditches, banks, water...don't plan on ever going beyond beginner novice...and enjoys jumping a stadium course, ground poles, and cavaletti work. A solid foundation in groundwork is also a plus. Budget is low 5 figures. I don't have a problem with maintenance as long as the horse is sound for work. Horse will be in an excellent small facility surrounded by dirt roads, trails, a cross country course, and indoor arena. Stalls have run-outs, daily turn-out. I also work closely with a dressage trainer. 15.2-16.0 hands, gelding.
ISO CALM STEADY SAFE HONEST Dressage Partner. I had to retire my steady eddie and am looking for my new friend. I am a competent rider, but can become timid and anxious on a horse who is hot, spooky, or tense. I am looking for a horse that is safe, sane, comfortable to sit on when cold, forgiving and honest (I am still learning the dressage finesse in my contact with the bit and may be tense in my seat and knees at times - he must not care about that). He must have a sensible mind. A horse I can learn from and have fun with, so they need to be trained, forward and willing. I do want to compete on occasion, but will not be out there every weekend. A horse that has a been there done that temperament away from home is a must. I have a full time demanding job, so getting 4 rides in a week is a treat. If the horse requires constant working, it's not a match. I want to be able to load my horse up in the trailer and meet friends out on the trail on a random Thursday night without worry. I want a horse that is bored if an ATV or biker goes by....I do not want to be afraid to go to the buckle. And most of all, I want an in your pocket horse that I can have fun with and love on. Calm, Steady, loving, sensible, honest - no buck, rear, spook, too hot or bolt..... Horse will be in excellent care facility and under the guidance of a professional trainer. He will want for nothing. References available.\nMUST BE: \n16 to 17.1H (I'm a tall, long legged gal)\nGelding preferred.\nBetween 8 and 12 years old.\nTemperament as described above.\nSchooling 3rd to 4th level or above.\nIn your pocket barn favorite personality\nPlease be honest and please actually know the horse (ie, he was only imported last month - do you really know him??).\nI am in the Northwest and will consider Northwest/western states first before looking East.\nThank you in advance to all who respond!!! I really appreciate your time!
I've started my search for my next horse, I am 16 and been riding for 7 years. I have only ever leased and finally decided to start the search for my own. Any breed and any color but would like the horse to be 16.0hh+ also 4-10 yrs old. Currently jumping 2' would like a horse to be able to take me higher and build my confidence, the horse won't only be used for jumping but some dressage and occasional trail rides would like the horse to be brave, smart, and forward thinking. I'm not looking to just have the horse for a couple years and sell it, will be with me not going to say forever because things can happen, but plan on it. Price range is anywhere in the 4 figures but can go to 10k. Located in Tennessee would prefer to stay in the east coast region of the U.S. but will consider if not on east coast.
Petite AA rider with excellent trainer support seeks a large pony, small horse ( 14'2-16H) for dressage and occasional hacks. Should a have excellent ground manners and be light to the aids, generally quiet, willing and fun to ride. Excellent home w/ high-quality training provided.Please contact Laura at [email protected].
ISO 4-12 year old. Calm, quiet for amateur. First level and ability to 3rd or 4th. 16.1h or taller preferred, but big mover that is small ok.
I am an 18 year old para dressage rider, who is searching for my next horse. Horse MUST be comfortable with wheelchairs. Riding keeps me going physically and emotionally, so we must find a new horse ASAP. Requirements below are very specific due to the fact that I have a disability \n\n- 13.2-15.2 - HEIGHT IS NON NEGOTIABLE\n- 2nd level or above\n- Horse must have GOOD walk, be light and easy to get round, GOOD brakes, and be somewhat forward - QUIET IS A MUST\n- Good ground manners, okay with wheelchairs\n- Horse must be okay with a rider who has tight legs, and sits unevenly. Good off of voice cues is a huge help, but not required\n- Proven show record preferred\n- 7-22 years old\n- NO Full Arabs, TBs! Crosses okay. NO heavy breeds (Friesians, Friesian crosses, Fjords)\n- MUST BE A CARE LEASE\n\nReferences and video of my riding are available. Horse will be boarded at a lovely facility with dressage professional in the SF Bay Area. LOOKING IN CA, OR, WA, AZ, NV, UT ID, AND WESTERN CANADA