Weekly Sales Circuit: It’s All in the Name

The old saying goes, “You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.”  By the same token, you shouldn’t buy a horse solely off its color, or its name, or its favorite TV show.  However, sometimes you do stumble upon a horse with both an awesome show name that stands out — AND it can jump!  Here are some stunning hunters and jumpers with eye-catching names to stand out in the ring.  These horses are from Canada, Illinois, and New York.

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. 

Number One

Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography.

2014 16.2h Dutch Warmblood gelding. 1.30m jumper from Poland. Easily a 4 ft hunter. Easy to eq. Very broke on the flat. Easy changes, counter canters, and little to no prep.

Action Augustin

2011 17.0h Westphalian gelding. A trainer’s dream! Move your client up to the high Jr/AO in no time. 1.30m+ packer. He jumped 1.85m in 4 bar competition in Germany with a young adult. Imported January 2020. A true unicorn. Will pack anyone around a big course. Great lead changes. All the flatwork. Zero spook. Zero prep. Shown in USA in up to 1.40m. Scope to burn and a sweet personality too. Handsome with a cute belly spot! Simple and Easy! Easy to ride. A trainer’s dream to have in the barn.

Leo Lamour

Photo by ESI.

2014 16.1h Holsteiner gelding. Small Junior Hunter winner. Ribbons with an amateur in international derbies and can play in the equitation ring. Leo is a dream to have in the barn. No prep, scopey, and a true snaffle horse. Leo is suitable for Jr/Amateur and has even taught lunge line lessons. This gelding is a true gem.

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