- Sex: gelding
- DOB: 23.12.2006
- Sire: Wildmoor Pilgrim Son
- Dam: Guantanamera de la Raza (Imp.USA)
Bred at OliVaylle in Far Western Victoria. Started under saddle at Narrawin in early 2014, had intermittent work. Was leased out but has come back home and had more work since. Had a lot of groundwork and some under saddle work towards skill at arms/jousting.
Gaits & Movement
Well gaited, ground-covering movement. Can trot and rack under saddle. He he has limited canter work under saddle, but what he has shown is nice and smooth and ground-covering.
Approx 16 hands. Tall, leggy, strong, good bone. Not the most refined looking horse, but well angulated through the limbs and built for work.
Green but going well, ready to take on and ride by someone with experience. He is willing but can be a little anxious when ridden with others and they leave him, so he sometime needs a little reassurance. Fine to ride out on his own. Would suit confident rider wanting a horse to have fun with, might well suit endurance and farm work, but would make an excellent pleasure riding horse. Pleasant and friendly in the paddock, will come up and be sociable. Good to catch, tie up, fload, worm do feet, etc. Ok with other horses.
Al’s sire is the 5-gaited American stallion Max, and his dam was the Paso Fino mare Wanda, so he is from well gaited, good minded lines on both sides of his pedigree.
For sale to approved home.