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Oaks Brazil (Baluga/ Pro Ratio/ Phantom) 
Listing ID: 95429
$ 30,000.00 AUD
GST not applicable [
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Oaks Brazil (Baluga/ Pro Ratio/ Phantom)

Brazil is a 16.2hh, brown, 7yo (DOB 4/11/2013) mare with the most divine temperament and markings. Brazil is by the imported world cup showjumping stallion Baluga (Balou Du Rouet/ Carismo/ Dorian) and out of the imported world cup 160cm showjumper Pro Ratina. This incredible mare has produced several high-level showjumpers and Brazil is no exception.

Brazil has the most beautiful temperament making her a pleasure to deal with both under saddle and on the ground. She is currently confidently jumping upto 125cm at home and has competed upto 115cm. Her incredible scope and carefulness makes her a dream to jump. She is a snaffle mouth and very uncomplicated to ride. Brazil is very established on the flat and recently was awarded Central Western Dressage Group Reserve Champion Preliminary Horse at her first dressage show.

Brazil was also the second highest scoring filly in the AWHA assessments, obtaining a 9.5 for all gaits.

This stunning mare would make the ideal horse for a competitive showjumper wanting a horse to take all the way but could also be ridden by a junior due to her beautiful and easy-going temperament.  

Price: $ 30,000.00 AUD GST not applicable
Listing ID: 95429
  • Colour:
  • Brown
  • Sex:
  • Mare
  • Mature Height*:
  • 16.2
  • Discipline:
  • Dressage, Eventing, Show, Showjumping
  • *Estimate for young horses
  • 7
  • Broken:
  • Broken In
  • Rider Level:
  • Novice
  • Registrations
  • EA, AWHA


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