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.
Featured this week are sale horses from Georgia, Wisconsin, and Washington. We chose these horses for our wish list because they’ve all got show miles through the 0.90-1.0 mark, and have the ability to do more. You can start lower, get to know each other, and progress along together as you build your partnership.
What horse would you add to your shopping list?
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16.2h Oldenburg gelding. Bubba is a stunning horse and a fantastic mover. By Don Frederico out of EM Reynah, Bubba was trained through second level and schooled some third level movements. He has been recently started in the local 0.90m jumpers with good ribbons. Bubba is a European ride, requiring leg and seat. Although quirky, he tries to please. COVID-19 forces sale with a reduced price for a quick sale.
2014 16.1h Trakehner mare. By Grand Prix stallion Ehrentanz KD out of an imported German Trakehner mare. ATA high point winner at inspection and completed mare performance test. Limited show ring miles, but showing her dad’s scope and style. Currently best suited for a professional or accomplished amateur seeking their next development partner. No trials. Located in Watertown Wisconsin; other prospects and showing horses available for sale — make it a day to come try them all.
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2008 16.2h Warmblood gelding. Known for his loveable personality and flashy looks, “Catrin” is the perfect addition to any barn. Catrin has shown through the 1.0m jumpers and has carried his owner in the long stirrup ring. He will jump from anywhere and is always ultra forgiving and honest. He can easily cross to the hunter ring, dressage or equitation. With his huge stride and handiness, Catrin is every owner’s dream.
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