Hi! Fritz is a 15.1hh, 5 y/o Curly gelding. He isn’t in regular work. I would love to know what you think of him! Thanks in advance
“Latte” is a 15.1hh, 5 year old curly X gelding. He was bought by an elderly woman last year and shipped to our farm from New York. She ended up having health trouble and never moved down to VA as planned. She is forced to sell Latte because she will never ride again, and she can’t afford to keep a horse. He has been at Levremont for about a year now, and up until a month or two ago he hadn’t been in any work. Latte has proved to be an amazing little horse. He is green, but he could be finished by a kid with help from a trainer. He has an exceptional attitude that I could speak volumes about, and he is calm and sensible. Latte is pretty much an “all-terrain vehicle”- on the trails, he is as simple and safe as they come. He is barefoot and has never had any problems. He has good sized, tough feet (a characteristic of his breed). On top of that, he LOVES to jump. He has the most excellent form over fences and is incredibly honest, despite his lack of knowledge or experience. Latte has very correct, big gaits. All he needs is a home to call his own.
would make an excellent pony club mount, fox hunter, or XC horse.
classified ad: http://www.virginiaequestrian.com/main.cfm?action=Classifieds&sub=view&ID=84822
more info/contact info at: www.levremont.com
email Sarah if interested: Sarah@levremont.com
Hi guys! This weekend I am showing in my first hunter/eq show in about four years (been doing jumpers). I had a question for yall and the judges especially: In a pleasure GAYP class, do judges have a preference regarding which gait one exhibits? The horse I am showing is pretty green. She moves well at the trot and the canter, and I am on the fence as to whether i should trot or canter in that class. Thanks in advance for your input. It is really appreciated!
Queenie has little white flecks all over her body. She gets them during the summer and spring and they randomly appear all over her body. It seems like the hotter it gets, the more spots she has. Some are almost the size of a quarter, and others are pretty small. They are not bumpy or anything- just seem to be spots all over her coat! She is a 7 y/o chestnut dutch warmblood. Queenie gets wormed regularly. Though the white flecks don’t affect her performance or personality, i have always wondered what they are?! we just started noticing them for the first time last summer, and theyre back again (see photo at bottom of the post). also note- i took the picture just after she got hosed off, so that is why her coat looks splotchy! and she has cream on her leg because she cut herself!
Queenie… 7 y/o, 16.1hh homebred Dutch Warmblood. in this picture she is pretty chubby because she hasnt been in regular work the past three weeks, and she has cream on her leg due to an abrasion. Also, she looks all splotchy because she had just gotten hosed off… i would love if you could critique her conformation for me please! thank you!!
Here is queenie when she was in steady work. This is her at her first horse show.