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Renaissance : Thoroughbred gelding likes to work and jump

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Last Update: 03-13-2010
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Thoroughbred gelding likes to work and jump
Horse: Renaissance
Location: West Union, West Virginia, USA
Gender: Gelding
Birth: 1/1/2003
Height: 16.2 hh
Weight: 0 lbs.
Reg. #: 0
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Adoption horse requires adoption application and contract. We are always having specials with anywhere from 10 to 50% off adoption fees. Horse requires adoption application and contract. Renaissance 2003 (6 yo) 16.2 hand thoroughbred gelding. Health care is up to date and kept current. He is in regular light work about 3 times a week with daily turnout. He really needs at least 8 to 10 hours of daily turnout, if not he tends to not perform as well as he should. He has very good manners, good temperament, likes to work and jump, he is a very smart horse, good with other horses, good with farrier, he loads, cross ties, clips, bathes, and you can catch him in an open field. He has been working on basic dressage, trail riding, hacking, limited jumping, horse shows and gone on fox hunts. Ren also has great ground manners and a friendly personality. He really is a sweet and amazing horse! He would make a great low level dressage or low level jumper, fox hunting (1st flight or hilltopper), pleasure riding, hunt seat on the flat, hunt seat over fences, competitive trail riding, english pleasure. Never raced/not tattooed. No illnesses, no special care, no lamenesses. He likes a rider who is a good leader, he gets his confidence from his rider so a confident quiet rider is best for him. Very quiet for a TB when getting turned out, ground ties even, amazing just how quiet and unnerved he is by being in a new place and being ridden/jumped upon arrival here. Sweet willing boy who wants to please, really likes people. Have I said enough, this is a super nice horse. Nothing negative to say about this boy except he does best with more turn out. Respects your space, easy to handle, knows leads, likes to work, likes to jump, good with other horses, good with farrier, good with vet/shots, good alone, quiet in stall, free lunges and on a line, friendly personality, comes with some 'household goods'... some tack and supplies. We feel the best place for him is the south east maybe in the carolina's or some place on a family farm where they don't mind throwing on a rug and letting him out in winter time, vs. being stuck in a stall during the winter months up north. Be sure to look at my other horses.
Shipping Notes:
Seller: wv41celita (Celita Kramer)
Phone: 304.873.3532
Atributes: none