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Listing ID: 87142
$ 5,000.00 AUD (NEG)
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Perfect interschool, pony club or adult riding club mount or you could breed your next performance horse.

Belle is a beautiful black/brown, rising 15 year old (November, 2004), 15.3hh Thoroughbred mare (Sir Tristram / Imposing / Todman lines).

Belle is trained to preliminary / novice level dressage with flying changes and confidently jumps up to 1.05cm in training.  She has an overtracking walk and uphill canter.  She is great to ride on roads and trails and is easy to wash, rug, clip, shoe, worm and float.

Due to work and family commitments, Belle has not been out to any official competitions but has attended jump clubs and a few trail riding days.  

She has had 1 foal by Calgary GNZ (Holstein) (Bay/brown gelding, foaled in 2013, 17hh) who is super quiet and has inherited her overtracking walk and uphill canter.

Belle would suit a confident teen or adult rider wanting a fun horse to ride or someone wanting to breed warmblood performance horses.

Priced to sell at $5000, negotiable to the right home and can also include her rugs.
Price: $ 5,000.00 AUD (NEG) GST not applicable
Listing ID: 87142
  • Colour:
  • Black
  • Sex:
  • Mare
  • Mature Height*:
  • 15.3
  • Discipline:
  • Adult riding club, Breeding, Pony Club, Showjumping
  • *Estimate for young horses
  • 15
  • Broken:
  • Broken In
  • Rider Level:
  • Intermediate
  • Registrations
  • Australian Studbook


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