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Loveable, sweet natured project horse
Category:
Project Horses & Ponies Offered
Photo for ad 144948
Advert No:
144948
Posted:
12/01/2018
Location:
Jane Trampnow
Bury St edmunds
Suffolk
07887638522



Description

Paddy is eleven years old and is approximately 15:1hh. He is passported as an Irish Sports Horse cross. He is good to do in all ways- groom, tack, box, farrier and so laid back with the vet (teeth and innoculations) it's surprising! He is friendly and affectionate with other horses. We bought Paddy last year as a "mother daughter" share type- he had previously been used with a family in Ireland to give their young son confidence hunting and then had a spell at a riding school in the UK. We have put a lot of care and work into him, and have paid to have him professionally schooled once a week but have come to the conclusion that we are not the right home for him as he is not a novice ride and needs confident riders (like our professional) who can ride him and train him . He can be anxious and therefore not a novice ride he can also be excitable with other horses. He has learned a lot and now works laterall,y rein back etc - sadly our family does not have the time or expertise to give him. We have priced him to be sold as seen "from the field" Videos of him working with our professional riding him this month are available on request. We had him vetted before we bought him and he had a clean bill of health- vacinations/worming etc all up to date. Comes with rugs. Tack available by separate negotiation- saddle and bridle fitted by a saddler. Offers in the region of 1,250

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