Foxhall X

Foxhall X – jumping pony for the future

Foxhall X, a mare born in 2014, measuring 147 cm (14’2). This pony was broken to ride over the winter and is now well on its way to a competitive career the showjumping world (she would also suit superbly as an eventer. She has 3 lovely paces and a scopey, deliberate jump. X is very kind hearted and very sweet to care for, always tries her very best. Never any problems when it comes to grooming, washing, clipping, farrier, loading etc.

Training

Foxhall X is progressing nicely and is now jumping a course of fences. She is very rideable and works in a lovely outline. This pony has a very positive outlook on life and feels very laid back but also a real “machine” to jump. She rides out alone and in company with others and is used to traffic including farm vehicles and machinery.

Future

We feel that this pony has the ability to go far in either showjumping or eventing. With a lovely temperament she would also make a lovely allrounder.

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Madam Maxine

Madam Maxine – future superstar

Madam Maxine is a 148cm / 14’2 mare born in 2014. Coloured in fifty shades of grey, she is an absolutely stunning pony that does not leave much more to wish for.

This pony has 3 lovely paces and a very scopey, promising jump. This is complemented with a seriously good temperament.

Education and handling

Maxine has done pony club, showjumping and eventing. Everything is easy, she simply does not put a foot wrong. She has the capacity to jump a big course of fences. She has progressed with Showjumping Ireland up to 1m.

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When it comes to handling this pony is a pure saint. She is lovely to handle, care for, clip, wash, catch in the field, farrier and loading. She rides out alone or in company and is used to traffic including farm traffic.

Future

We do believe that this Madam Maxine has a very bright future and may well reach the top in either showjumping or eventing. She will suit any competitive rider who wants to advance up through the ranks. Having said this Madam Maxine has such a fabulous temperament that she would also suit the the less advanced rider.

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