Sweet Shrimp. He’s a 8 y/o Unregistered, unraced TB type gelding. I LOVE this horse. He give me so much confidence, even in his greenness. Because he tries. At a chunky 15.3h, Shrimp can easily take up the leg of a rider who typically needs a taller animal. Stables great, travels great. The same horse on & off property. Actually, he may be better off to be totally honest.
Shrimp has been fox hunting with Midland Fox Hounds since the beginning of the 2019 season. While he doesn’t LOVE the entire pack under him, he’s been a great sport about everything. Including, but not limited to: holding hard in the middle of a run to assist a fellow member; taking pony clubbers back and around a trappy creek crossing; standing at checks; being a literal bumper (I had slobber on the backside of my breeches) for a horse that wasn’t nearly bitted up enough.
We’ve been fortunate enough to have lessons with Mary Bess Davis, who commented on how quickly he progressed between lesson one and two. And also Ann Hardaway Taylor whos comments were; “What a sweet horse” “He has a big stride for a little guy” and “He’s so strait” Chris Ryan pushed us to bigger fences, an Irish bank and the biggest bank I’ve ever been down. I almost needed my brown pants. Shrimp did it all.
Shrimp has GREAT bone, holds shoes well and grows an even foot. No know injuries or illnesses and is a pleasure in the barn and to travel with.
Asking 16K for a clean sale