12 year old 16.1 hand big bodied (broad and deep) chestnut ASB gelding. Sound, loads, clips, you name it. Has had professional dressage training, and has also taught more advanced students, but he is just standing around, at this point- owner doesn't have time to keep him in work. He is barefoot with great feet- has hacked out, drives well, and is a good mover. He will occasionally crib on buckets- not fence, or stalls. Just buckets- go figure! He is fine in a stall, but loves to live out. Will suit an intermediate rider- no bad habits, just not a dead head. Sired by Supreme Heir- the same sire as the marvelous Harry Callahan. He is a chestnut with silver and flaxen in his mane and tail. He is available free to a great home with marvelous references. No video available, and I need to dig around for some pix.
Last edited by ASB Stars; Aug. 22, 2012 at 06:37 PM.
A friend is having a driving club event at his farm in Spring City tomorrow that I think I am going over to watch. If I go I will mention him to the people there.
What kind of driving does he do? I don't drive but I am guessing that breed show driving is different than trail driving, pleasure driving, combined driving so I figure I may be asked. Also Single/Pairs?
If he is quiet on trails to ride or drive you may want to join Ludwig's Corner Riding and Driving club and advertise on their website/monthly newsletter.
Oh, well, clearly you're not thoroughly indoctrinated to COTH yet, because finger pointing and drawing conclusions are the cornerstones of this great online community. (Tidy Rabbit)
He sounds nice. I'm in your area and actively looking for a nice sound partner for LL dressage, trails, paper chases, maybe LL eventing, and a friendly backyard presence. Would love to try him. I PMed contact info.