Hungarian Warmblood - Proven broodmare - Sound
I have a really lovely and well put together Hungarian Warmblood mare that I regretfully must part ways with. Foaled on 5/31/98, she was born and bred on the Cooksley Ranch in Nebraska, this family were the founders of the Hungarian Horse Association of America. She was a foundation mare for a warmblood farm in WA state for many years and at 10 years old after many loyal years as a Champion producing broodmare (4 or 5 babies I believe) she was passed between a few other people and finally to a home that decided she should be broke to ride. Green broke at 10, and started as an endurance trail horse, this lovely lady has only had a few years under saddle, which is a pretty amazing thing. She is smart as a whip, sometimes too smart, willing to please, will go to the wall for the right person and has years of soundness left to go in any direction you want to take her in. She will certainly take an intermediate rider as she is still pretty green, but has been in and out of work for the last four years, her ground manners are pretty impeccable, but under saddle she tends to be a little more lively. I would certainly not call her hot, but she has a trot most endurance riders would die for, I think she prefers outdoor work, but she does come around to arena work with time. I think with the right instruction she could do dressage, jumpers, or eventing. She is athletic as they come, stout and straight, built very well. She stands around 15.2hh, but has a nice long heartgirth, I am 5'11" and I look pretty alright on her.
She ties, is good for the farrier, is UTD on all her business, and trailers. She has had some history of difficulty in the trailer, but I have had a trainer working with her and the last time we hauled her, she did very well. Some sensitivity and patience will probably be required for loading, but she is capable and willing. When she's forced, she just shuts down, which is not totally uncommon I don't think. Otherwise no vices, gets on well with others, doesn't bite or kick or buck.
I had planned on breeding her to a Dutch stallion this Spring, but some financial hardship has come on my partner and I, and work with my other horse has sort of shuffled her to the back of the line. I really would like to find this lady a nice loving, forever home. (At least the intention of being a forever home) There's no reason why this lady can't have another few amazing babies, and probably a showing career. She is gorgeous and athletic and will go all day. I have yet to find the end of her stamina.
Please contact me for pricing. I am open to offers and will be flexible for the right situation. I would also be willing to trade her for a nice 2 horse slant trailer in good working order. Please call, text or email with any additional questions or to come out and meet this lovely lady. With a little of your time, I know she will blossom into something wonderful. 503 893 0330
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