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Listing ID: 92015
$ 2,999.00 AUD
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AKA ‘Buzz’


16.1hh (approx) Bay TB Gelding

DOB 2006 - But very low mileage !

Quality bloodlines - including the exceptional eventing sire Zabee; demonstrates three lovely paces.


Much loved family member - very sad sale. Only on market due to recent fires and change in owners circumstances

Bred by current owner - Buzz has had one home his whole life.


It was expected that Buzz would spend a long and lovely retirement with his family - however very sadly, this now isn’t possible.


Buzz has been in paddock retirement for the past 5 years, and is currently being schooled by professional rider.

He has demonstrated a fabulous temperament, is quick to learn and very willing to please.


Training shoulder in and leg yielding, Buzz show a real aptitude for dressage. However he is also very quick footed over cavaletti, and will be started over jumps very soon.


Buzz had his first outing after being in training for ONLY 3weeks.

He WON both his dressage classes on 71 & 72% !


It is expected that Buzz will make a fabulous allrounder for a confident, ambitious rider.


CURRENTLY priced to sell at just $2,500 NEGOTIABLE


Price will increase the longer he remains in training.



Price: $ 2,999.00 AUD GST not applicable
Listing ID: 92015
  • Colour:
  • Bay
  • Sex:
  • Gelding
  • Mature Height*:
  • 16.1
  • Discipline:
  • All Rounder, Eventing
  • *Estimate for young horses
  • 13
  • Broken:
  • Broken In
  • Rider Level:
  • Intermediate
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