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Kenammer Cabernet (Bunny) is a stunning 15.1hh Warmblood X Stockhorse Mare. Her pedigree is impressive, sired by the Surpreme Champion Warmblood Carbine from Jaybee farm and her mother sired by Australian Champion Stockhorse Bobby Mac. This combination ensures that Bunny is a highly intelligent and talented mare. For the first few years of her competitive life, Bunny received a remarkable education, having worked with two FEI Grand Prix Dressage riders Nicole Tough and Linda Short for extended periods. Ensuring that for the small time I was able to compete Bunny I won or placed in all ODEs. I bought Bunny in my GAP year, so that I had a well-educated horse that I was able to compete on for 6 months. Bunny was more talented than I expected, with an amazing scopey jump, she easily cleared 1.10m with the potential to go much higher. I should state that Bunny is not a beginners horse but needs a confident rider as she is an extremely smart mare. She is ideal for a teenager or adult wishing to excel in Dressage, Showjumping or Eventing. She is not hot in anyway but will only go to an approved home. As stated previously, she has had impeccable training and an extraordinary education as she was originally bred by her first owner to be her next top dressage horse but ended up not growing big enough. Bunny will tolerate dressage and is very capable, but it’s not her passion. She is a lovely intelligent mare with a beautiful movement and a soft snaffle mouth. If given variety in her work, she aims to please. Her long reign walk is to die for and ensures a perfect 10 every time. To the delight of my farrier, she is excellent to float, shoe, clip and do her teeth. I’m extremely regretful to let go of this talented mare. I have recently brought Bunny back into work, but as I am still at University and unable to give her the deserving competitive home that she needs, I’m looking for a competent rider who desires to be taken to the top of their choice of discipline.