First Dine, 2009 15.3h bay mare

Do you want a lovely moving horse who is already retrained and showing aptitude for several new disciplines? Well then, First Dine is for you!  This daughter of Stonesider was purchased though our listings in late 2013, and spent all of 2014 off the track, being ridden western and English, going on trails, and she even had barrel racing training. She went over tarps, into water, and along the road without batting an eye. She was introduced to small jumps, and she went right over, showing cute form. Then her owner got a job at the track, so First Dine came along with her, and they decided to put her back in race training during 2015.  She even managed to win her first career race, but it is obvious that the next level of competition is too tough for her. Her owner thinks her true talents lie in a non-racing direction, in one of the many she has already been exposed to.  The owner recently reestablished the retraining fundamentals with the mare, and First Dine went right back to lunging, bending, flexing, and one rein stops in western tack like it was all old hat to her.  She turns out well with other horses, was able to go barefoot off the track, and is up to date on all shots, teeth, and worming. She is clean legged and sound.  She has an excellent pedigree for sport and jumping.  Her sire Stonesider is a son of Giant’s Causeway, and we have placed several Stonesider offspring into new careers as eventers, show hunters, and dressage careers.  They are good movers with good brains.  Her damsire is Behrens, from the Pleasant Colony/His Majesty/Ribot line.

Contact: Alexandra Hillegass   585-500-5946

As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.

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