With 3 nice paces and ground covering movement, he would produce a lovely dressage test.
His quality canter and relaxed yet bold nature make him fun to jump, and he has proven to be non-reactive to rider’s loss of balance, making him suitable for inexperienced jumping riders.
Bailey also has the potential to bump everything up a few levels and become a serious competition horse.
He has the athleticism to become a very useful eventer and will adjust his quality of work according to his rider’s standards.
It is hard to say how high he could go but I’d suggest 1* eventing would be well within his ability.
He can be a little looky out on the trials and is a big horse, so not a confidence booster for a beginner or nervous rider, but an intermediate rider shouldn’t have any problems.
Bailey is good in the paddock and to handle. He is a very mild windsucker (I’ve only seen him do it twice) but doesn’t wear or require a paddock collar.
He is on a basic diet and is a pleasure to have around with his lovely temperament.
A viewing of Bailey will not disappoint. Some video footage available, and more jumping photos coming as soon as the weather cools down!
For further questions, please contact owner Kate on 0408909588
To book a viewing (in Darling Downs) contact Kirsten 0432195530 or via Facebook
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