Amateur Nachwuchsspringpferd

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Horse for Sale
ID: 1366414
price range E
15,000 to 25,000 €

Westphalian
Gelding
5 years
16.2 hh, Height at withers
Gray-Dapple
8/12/2017
Private vendor
59494 Soest
Germany
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+49 (0)15253971584
 

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Horse for Sale
1366414
price range E
15,000 to 25,000 €
Westphalian
Gelding
5 years
16.2 hh
Gray-Dapple
Jumping
M-ready
L-placed
Dressage
A-ready
Eventing
A-ready
Location
59494 Soest
Germany

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Oreo zeichnet sich durch seine gleichmäßige und einfach Galoppade und Übersicht am Sprung aus.
Das Parcours-Reiten ist mit ihm für jeden Amateur kinderleicht.
Er hat noch nicht die meiste Turniererfahrung, ist aber bereits in Springpferde Prüfungen A und L platziert und siegreich gewesen.
Im Training lässt er sich schon problemlos einen 1.35m Parcours reiten, so dass kein Zweifel besteht, dass er sowohl 6jährig in der Klasse M* und M** laufen wird, als auch ab 7 jährig in der Prüfung Klasse S starten wird.

Aktuelle Videos sende ich auf Anfrage gerne.

Ausprobieren ist nach Absprache jederzeit möglich.
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Oreo distinguishes itself through its uniform and easy Galoppade and overview on the jump.
The trail riding is easy with him for every amateur.
He does not have the most tournament experience yet, but already placed in jumping horses A and L exams and been victorious.
In training he can be is already easily ride a 1.35 m course, so that there is no doubt that he both 6jährig in the class M * and M * is run, as also 7 year in the test class will start from S.

I send current videos on request gladly.

Trial and error is possible at any time on request.

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59494 Soest Germany
+49 (0)15253971584
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The origins of the Westphalian breeding lie in the founding of the state stud in Warendorf in 1826, the Breeders' Association itself was founded in 1904. By the end of the Second World War mainly heavier workhorses were bred there, which were used as carriage horses by farmers.Initially, a variety o ...more
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