1997, Oldenburg, 16.3h, bay jumper gelding free to good home. Video added.
Reiner is a lovely gelding who's about 16.3h, dark bay. He is a project horse and needs an experienced rider. He does have issues like rearing. So please, experienced riders only. He could be an outstanding hunter/jumper. He needs a steady hand to take him slow and easy. This is my friends horse and she is in love with him and has raised him from a weanling. She is prepared to just retire him forever but I know there's a perfect home for him out there. If you think your a great match, please contact me @ email@example.com
Can you PM me more info? His video looks awesome. Under what circumstances does he tend to rear? Is it from nervousness, fear, or is he just being a brat? What kind of experience does he have out of the arena: has been hacked, trail ridden, taken to shows, etc? Up to date on teeth, shots, etc? Any joint issues?
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I'm getting more information on his exact issues. I do know he's up to date on all shots, worming, feet, vet work, etc. His owner is very responsible and he has had very good and loving care. No neglect at all. Just more horse than the owner can handle.
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Is he still available? And would you be willing to let him come as far as North Carolina? He is absolutely gorgeous...and looks like a great ride. I recently put my gelding down, so I'm looking for a new horse to compete on in the spring. Please email me if you don't mind.=]
I have been following your thread on your beautiful gelding and have been sadle waiting to see him get scooped up. I'm so surprised that he's still available and although I'm quite far away I thought I'd at least send a pm to see if he may be suitable or even possible for me.
I am a 26 year old rider who has been working very hard to work in to the professional ranks. I have had the opportunity to work many difficult horses from OTTB's to rehabilitating abused and problem sport horses. Although I have a number of sale horses to ride, I am yet to have that special horse for my forever horse. I am hoping to find a horse that is capable of the jumpers, unfortunatley under normal circumstances I would never be able to afford a horse of this caliber.
The biggest obstacle I'm faced with when considering him is that I am from BC Canada which is a long trip.
Although it's a bit of a long shot to have it all work out to get him home, I couldn't help but at least contact you to see what might be possible.
I've listed a link to my website which shows many pictures of the facility that we operate out of, and many of the other horses in our care.