Welsh Section D Abergavenny Nobleman For Sale

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Price: £2,500.00
Telephone No 01983867573 / 07811592870
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ABERGAVENNTY NOBLEMAN 13 yrs, 15hh chestnut roan gelding, by Pennal Calon Lan out of Lynnett. Real gentleman, but not a bore. White face and 4 whites, really nicely marked. Goes barefoot but is fine with farrier. Has shown a little and done well, goes well in a school both indoor and out. Loves all animals including pigs and donkeys. Does not bat an eyelid at anything. Hacks out alone and in company, absolutely fine in heavy traffic. Would suit a teenager coming from ponies that wants to do a bit of everything, but is gentlemanly enough to suit an older person that wants to enjoy horses but doesn’t want to die!! Would never win the Royal Welsh but can hold his own at county level. I have had him since a foal but he is wasted here, he has so much more to give than I have the time for. I will be broken hearted to see him go but its not fair on him, he deserves so much more. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK.

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Height (hh) 15.0
Age (Years) 13
Gender Gelding
Category All Rounder, Showing
Breed Welsh D
Colour Chestnut
Advertiser Type Private


Isle Of Wight, PO37 7JU

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