6 year old Grade Quarter Horse type gelding
Sticks at 14.3 and 3/4 hands. A steady beautiful mover. He's had several years participating in large group camping/trail rides. Quietly and smartly crosses creeks, hills and rough terrain. He loads perfectly, stands quietly on the trailer even when all the horses leave him. Rides well at home or in new places.
Brave, uncomplicated jumper of anything he is pointed at. A super cute adult amateur prospect or youth prospect for any sport horse use. He has striking handsome looks. Ties and cross ties. Steady and quiet in nature even around the kids, dogs and chickens. Rides well barefoot, excellent hooves.
Up to date Coggins, vaccinations, and teeth floated. Age verified by the vet. He is a super fun, nice to be around horse. Easy to catch, behaves well in the stall and the field. Not herd bound in any way, no bad habits we can find.
He is at Stone Place Stables under a month of training for eventing with Advanced coach Debbie Iezzi. Brave and honest to all fences including banks up/down and water. Though new to eventing, he is safe and steady. He'll keep showing, both by his amateur owner and under Debbie Iezzi as trainer, until sold.
He's a nice mover that will be a safe, amateur delight. Super cute, easy to ride jump, fancy amateur eventer or hunter. An easy keeper type that is kind and personable. He is the type that wants to you to sit with him in the stall while he naps. And he loves to nap!
Schooling BN dressage, stadium and cross country. Ditches, jumps in and out of water, he is as simple and brave as they come. He is a fancy, striking packer type that will get even better as he seasons into the job and gets more muscle.
UPDATE MAY 11, 2015: Blaze finished 2nd at Flying Cross Farms Mini Trials Senior Starter division! Finished clean on his dressage score of 26. Judge's comments: "Very balanced with some amazing work throughout" received 8's on gaits and impulsion scores.
We are sending in a Beginner Novice entry for him to Spring Run Mini Trials - HIS PRICE WILL GO UP AFTER THAT SHOW!
At Flying Cross it was his 3rd time schooling XC and his first show, which was a last minute scratch fill-in 2 hours before the show. If a 26 is what he can score like this...just imagine this fellow in 3 years time! He stood tied to the trailer next to a pass lane for the show, quiet and content even when other horses on his trailer came and left. He stood to be hosed off and to wash out his tail without being tied.