Diamondluv – SOLD!

“Diamond” is 2003, 16″1+ hand Thoroughbred gelding for sale from his race trainer. He has been off-the-track for about two years. For the past year and a half he has packed kids around the ring giving them lessons and jumping small 2 ft courses. He is very kind and well mannered with no vices. Diamond has been trail ridden all over Kentucky and he is not spokey at all. He does appear to have a left front fused ankle which does not bother him to the best of our knowledge. He does need to have shoes kept on – he seems to do better with shoes instead of barefoot. He would make a great dressage horse or trail horse. He is already transitioned to show horse so all the work is done for you. He is super sweet and ready for his new home. This is the kind of horse you would want if you are giving lessons and taking your beginner students to local shows. We do have video. Call if you are a serious buyer and we will send it. No time to get it up. He is priced right to the right home.

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More likely we will ask you to tell us about yourself and your goals. Then, we will help you find the right match or tell you to wait for other horses because none of the current horses are a match.

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