Weekly Sales Circuit: 3 Super Young Prospects with the Breeding to Do the Job

Whether you’re currently in the market for a new horse, casually thinking about your next partner, or creating a wish list of your dream horses, read on for some horses for sale that we love.  These horses are from Colorado, New York and Canada.

We added these adorable little colts and fillies to our wish list because they’re a fresh, clean slate…and their breeding screams “I. CAN. JUMP.” Personality is individual, but jumping ability, talent, and the mind to do so can certainly be influenced by breeding.  We can’t wait to see what these young horses can do!  (Remember, backing a young horse does require either your own experience, or the hire of an experienced professional).

What horse would you add to your shopping list?  Click on each horse’s photo to be taken directly to view their listing in further detail. 


2020 Dutch Warmblood colt.  By Crespo VDL out of an Aliant (Nimmerdor) x Dance Centre (TB) mare.  This colt is Westfalen Verband eligible. He is balanced, straight legged, and should mature around 17h.  Handled daily since birth, he is gentle natured and willing. His canter is uphill and he already easily changes leads. Fantastic hunter/jumper prospect. Sire Crespo VDL is actively competing and winning on the USEF Grand Prix circuit at 1.40m.


2019 Warmblood filly.  World class jumper pedigree. Sired by Chin Quidam VDL (Chin Chin x Quidam de Revel x Landgraf I).  Fe has all the qualities to make a top performing jumper or hunter horse up to 1.40m plus. She is an elegant mover with excellent conformance. Fe is well behaved to halter, lead, and knows how to back up. She loves to be groomed, and is good for the farrier and veterinarian. Happily goes into and travels in a trailer.  Expected to mature to between 16 and 17h.


2019 Warmblood filly.  By Kingston EES (Lupicor x Judgement) and out of a Yavari mare. Eligible Canadian Sport Horse or Canadian Warmblood registry.  Fallon is a big filly, expected to mature at least 16.2h and is quite athletic. Well handled; she trailers, ties and stands for the farrier with no issue. Currently living in a stall with daily turnout but could make the adjustment easily to living out.

Jumper Nation assumes no liability for the validity of the information in these sale listings. We always recommend consulting your trainer and conducting a pre-purchase exam.

Go Jumping!