Monday, May. 27, 2024

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E Street

“E” is a sharp bay gelding with gaits to match. He is a 16.1 Dutch Warmblood who is extremely athletic. He has a walk with a natural 8-12 inch over stride, a trot that can be ridden by many, and a smooth true three beat canter. He is currently schooling 3rd level dressage. Changes are clean and natural and lateral work up to this level is very correct. He is a solid and bold jumper with experience up to 3ft and could easily go up in height. He has been cross country schooling several times and is forward to and over the fences but is easy to rate in between.

He is good with other horses in the arena or alone and works both indoor and outdoor. He has limited experience on the trail but is good in groups. He trailers and loads well, clips, stands to be bathed groomed and have his mane pulled.

“E” is an extremely athletic horse. I purchased him as a weanling to be my Advanced level event prospect and he has grown into everything I have hoped for! Unfortunately I am a newly wed far from home without a trailer who works overnights 1.5 hours away. I cannot afford to give this horse the time he deserves and without a trailer had a difficult time getting to clinics, competitions, and schooling as frequently as I would like. He does best with more frequent turn out and would do well with an experienced rider. Please contact for more information. I am more than happy to discuss E and his future!

The video below is his first time down the centerline at his first recognized show. He scored a 73% on this test. (The entrance is abnormal as the judge was speaking to a golf cart to get them to slow down but I was unable to hear her).

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Price

$17500.00

Gender

Gelding

Birth Year

2009

Type

Horse

Category

For Sale

Discipline Type

Dressage, Eventer

Breed

Dutch Warmblood

Pedigree

Root
L'Andiamo OLD
Lord Liberty G OLD
Lord Liberty HOLST
El Freya
Tandia OLD
Andiamo HAN
Tettora
Konstance KWPN
Michelangelo
Floortje
Zeoliet

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