2009 Warmblood (RPSI) Mare, 17.2 H
Pedigree: Budweiser / Ratibor / Drunken Fool xx
Blue Moon is a lovely young talent that shows tremendous promise for the hunters, derbies & equitation. She is versatile enough for a Dressage or Event career too!
She is uncomplicated, can take a joke and is extremely reliable. She is sane, quiet and steady enough for an Amateur or Junior to bring along in a program.
Blue Moon was started slowly and correctly with good flat work, including lateral work and counter canter. She is now bravely jumping around small courses (2'6- 2'9), with plenty of room to move up. She has an easy lead change, has been to a few smaller shows this summer and is ready to show now!
'Bloom' has a very good , careful jump. Her canter is super comfortable to ride- she is balanced, rhythmic, and covers plenty of ground. She is a fun and honest ride in and out of the ring, loves to jump and is always happy to do her job.
She is steady and consistent on a loose rein, and also is accepting of the contact needed for collection. She works well off the aids, has an easily adjustable stride and knows her basic lateral work.
She works 5 days a week; including a weekly jump school. Hacks out alone or in a group, banks, ditches, water are all no problem!
Bloom has been wonderful off the farm for clinics and shows and is very dependable for a young horse. She can ship in day-of the show or stable overnight, requires no-prep or lunging, only a brief warm up under tack to get soft and loose, then goes to the ring to do her job.
She was raised by the seller and given lots of time and ample room to grow. Her health, nutrition, training and care have been steady and consistent, always with her comfort and proper education in mind.
She is super sweet and gentle, and an absolute pleasure to have in the barn. Not at all marish; bathes, ships, clips, braids, stands cross tied for the farrier etc...
No soundness issues, clean survey radiographs taken at 3yrs old.
Stands 17.1 1/2 h.
SOLD! Thank You and Congratulations to Kim Bremer of WI.
Special thanks to Shelly Reichart & Shanon Geitz!