Jemma is a 2004, 16.2hh Dutch warmblood. This is a safe, sane and sound big mare. Not your typical chestnut. She knows leg yield, collection, lengthening, shoulder in, haunches in, learning half pass and learning her flying changes. I have taken her out cross country schooling and she was in phased by the new experience. I have not had time to show in the 2 yrs I've owned her. I am moving for school in January so she needs to be sold before the new year. Jemma stands quietly in the barn or anywhere, she is good for the farrier, loads, clips and blankets perfectly. Her sire is an up and coming grand prix dressage horse in Europe. Jemma takes after her dad in her dressage talent. She has big movement on the flat yet she's soft in the bridle. Not recommended for a beginner as she does have a lot of movement and power (not a runaway or spooky but her big trot could worry a less experienced rider). A true barn favorite. Jemma hacks alone or in a group. Nothing phases her, we have safely come across cows, deer, dogs, kids and even llamas. She would make an excellent showing partner. Negotiable on price for a quick sale and a good home. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5ReTfp3z2Y (Flat)http://youtu.be/u8vvrVOKBok (cross country)
The 3 rd picture is of her dad Jetset Son by JetSet D.