16.3 Buckskin. HUS. Jumps 3' Auto lead changes. Shoot off him and ride him bridleless. Once in a lifetime horse.

Huge. Talented. Safe. Successfully shown. Trail safe. Kid safe. Beginner safe.

Information
  • Horse Name: Palmer
  • Price: $18,000
  • Location: Westminster, SC
  • Breed: American Warmblood, Buckskin
  • Gender: Gelding
  • Height: 16.3 Hands
  • Color: Buckskin
  • Foal Date:
  • Markings: Tall Black Legs. Golden Color
  • Weight: 1200 lbs
  • Disciplines:
    • Dressage (Competed or Shown)
    • Hunter Under Saddle (Champion)
    • Jumper (Competed or Shown)
    • Beginner/Family (Competed or Shown)
    • Trail Horse (Trained)
  • Attributes:
    • Open Show Winner
  • Temperament: 1 (1=Bombproof, 10=Hot)

Description

Palmer is a packer supreme in a pretty gold wrapper. This horse is a push ride but not a deadhead, he carries a rhythm beautifully if you ask him. He's definitely a beginner safe horse; he's packed around IEA kids as well as gone on trail rides with total beginners. He's a 16.3 1/2" hand puppy dog! Huge personality, loves to be loved on, would be perfect for a taller beginner rider or adult amateur. Shown up to 3'6"

11 yr Gelding - Half TB. Phenomenal sporthorse with eye catching color, markings, movement and more. If you're looking to win some blue ribbons, look no further. This guy has exceptional form over fences and is point-and-shoot easy to the fences. This horse can take a joke all day long.

Not every horse has this combo of ability and willingness, and when you combine that with experience and training you have an unbeatable mix of traits. His lead changes are easy and automatic. Not only that, but he is super charismatic. Some horses just have that "it" factor, and has it in spades. His kind personality and easy going nature also make him a pleasure to ride and work with. In fact, he can go bridleless walk, trot, canter, as well as over jumps and is fantastic on the trail, too. He has great conformation. He has wonderful angles, well balanced and scopey. At 16.3 1/2", he stands over a lot of ground, with good length of leg and a nice, long neck to boot. Whoever winds up with this sound, sweet boy will be a lucky person indeed. No vices. He has been a mild roarer his entire life and throughout his career. He is uncomplicated. Dressage: he has schooled to 3rd level. Tons of video.

https://youtu.be/hvg8wKfCirU

https://youtu.be/IVD1yQM8B4s

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