I am already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Distinct Power (Power)
(Wolf Power (SAF) - Indistinctly [Vaguely Noble (IRE)])
1996 Thoroughbred gelding. 16.3 hands. Bay. Star, LH sock.
Power raced for six years, then lost his eye due to an injury in a turf race. He had the appropriate time off and then continued racing. Power is laid back, and very aware of his limitation. He is a horse that is very easy to ride, willing to learn, and has an excellent work ethic. He's, simply put, a great horse! Power has had some time under saddle with a professional trainer and can be easily ridden by an amateur or junior with the appropriate trainer supervision. He can easily be ridden by a confident intermediate level rider with the schooling he's had to date. Power has tremendous natural movement and flats across the ground. His movement and conformation indicate he'd be a wonderful Dressage prospect. He's got a superb disposition and he is suitable for most riders. The loss of his eye may only limit him in the world of competitive jumping. He's been desensitized to many sounds, objects and movements. Not much appears to bother him as long as he trusts you to be his 'eye' (be aware of narrow openings on his left, give him a lot of verbal encouragement when riding, allow him freedom to move his head to see, etc.). Power is a tremendous horse ready to move on to a specialized discipline. With the appropriate continued schooling, Power has great potential.
RESPONDS TO: Voice, leg, hands. Needs practice on all before reschooling for a particular discipline.
RIDER EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Intermediate or confident amateur/junior with appropriate supervision.
POTENTIAL DISCIPLINES: Dressage, EP, Show, Trails.
Power's placement fee is $800
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