Stunning 15.2hh rising 4y ID x TB Gelding
Up-to-date with farrier, dentist, microchip and worming. Has passport
Absolute bombproof this young lad and is perfect in everyway
Been ridden out on a fair few hacks and takes everything in his stride. Been in the school once and was such a good boy
Absolutely amazing with kids. My toddler sits on him and he is an angel. Super gentle soul
This loving lad needs an experienced home to continue his training, he really will go far
Will come with tack and rugs
Titchfield area £5000 ovno
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