We frequently have more available than are listed on the website. Reach out for more details about our horses, sales program, or how we can help you find that new family for your horse.
When it comes to training, each horse needs something a little different. Our flexible program provides the correct number and type of rides for your horse (3, 4, 5 a week? grids? field hacks? XC schooling? basic stadium work? etc) to help set them up for success and find them find that perfect home.
We are always happy to present horses to prospective buyers. For the benefit of the horse and the human, buyers are carefully "vetted" to be sure that they would be a good match with the horses they get on. Aubrey does the demo ride and if the horse seems appropriate, she will teach an abridged lesson /work with their trainer to provide a positive experience and show the horse.
We are happy to help you market your horse on this page and on social media! We have a large client base and good connections with varied budgets. Using video and photo, we aim to make a good match and find quality homes.
Aubrey is a professional photographer and with her knowledgeable team, creates attractive conformation and under saddle photographs. Video is always essential for sales, and the Kivu Team is happy to help create short films that show off your horse's skills and movement either at home or at competitions.
You are welcome to come try horses here or to purchase remotely. In both cases, I will do my best to ensure that any horse you wish to purchase or try is a good fit. Please expect that I might request videos or inquire about your background as a rider / with training OTTBs. There are no offsite trials. **Making a good match that makes rider and horse happy is my first goal.**
To try horses here, a (only refundable upon purchase) payment of $100 must be sent to Aubrey 24-hours before the trial. You're welcome to try any suitable horse(s) that is(are) for sale, but time slots are booked ahead of time, so please plan accordingly. Each horse takes around 45 min to an hour to discuss and trial ride. *If you choose to come back to try the horse again, that will be charged like a lesson and will not be refundable.
For each horse, we will use my tack which is already fitted to the horse. Feel free to bring your stirrups though, as I'm tall and we often have to roll them for shorter riders. Generally I will hop on first and show you the horse through the flat and fences (if applicable). You have a choice to hop on or pass at that point, and we'll go from there. Please expect that I will coach you through the ride, especially on the greener Thoroughbreds.
Once you have decided that you wish to purchase a horse, you have the option of setting up a PPE - The PPE must be scheduled within the next week. Countryside Veterinary Services usually is able to complete this task. Horses will not be held for PPEs further than a week out. The horse will still be shown to potential buyers during this time, though it will not be sold out from under you if a PPE has been scheduled and confirmed. No deposit is required.
After the PPE, you will have a business day to discuss findings with your vet and confirm your desire to purchase or pass.
If you choose to purchase, a bill of sale will be drawn up and payment must be sent and received before the horse is transferred from the farm. Venmo, Zelle, and Bank Transfers / Cashiers Check are all fine.
Once the horse is sold, I will happily assist in setting up shipping. Temporary board begins the day after the bill of sale is signed and is 200$ a week, to be paid before pickup, prorated to 30$ a day. The horse will continue to be fed and cared for as usual until pickup. At this point, I will no longer be riding the horse, unless a training ride package is discussed and agreed upon.
While I would love for new owners to visit their horses before shipping, this must be scheduled and will be limited as this is a training facility, not a boarding barn. The goal is to get them to you and settled in as soon as possible.
And from there, it's all the fun of training and riding and caring for the new horse. BUT if you run into trouble, or just want to share the joy and excitement of bringing them along, I'll be there to help, take a look at videos, and make suggestions. In some more extensive cases, lesson fees may apply, but I will do everything I can to help out (and celebrate successes) as you go forward.
Oy… this is a hard one to write. I love this horse. He is the most amazingly grumpy, athletic pain in the ass out there. And I adore all of his ridiculous overflow of personality (hence me putting off selling him since I bought him at the end of February last year). But I legitimately own too many and while I think he’ll be able to do anything anyone wants, my gut tells me that this horse will be a killer first flight fox hunter. And I don’t want to shove the dressage or the stadium jumping down his throat to make him what I want ( a UL eventer). He CAN do it, but….....
So I’m legging him up to hunt and see what he thinks. In the meantime, he is for sale to a home that will put his quirky, odd-ball self first and enjoy all of the comical, sweet, but gnashy bits that are Wolf.
OK, more specifically, Wolf competed in this year’s RRP Makeover in show jumping and BN eventing and he has miles at starter before that. Man is that horse brave. In KY, he took in all the arenas and all the fences, water, down bank, ditch etc etc etc without batting an eye. Wolf has scope for plenty more, though grids will definitely help him nail down his footwork. He has all the movement and presence to stop traffic, even at just 16h.
Wolf did all of this well on less rides than I would have liked. His letdown from the track took a while and came in fits and spurts where he would get body sore and would get more time off. When I competed him in KY, I think he had maybe 30 retraining rides… MAYBE. He is now past the sore part, has packed on the pounds (finally) and is onto the “needs a job” stage - which is where legging up for the hunt season is coming in.
Wolf has a hell of a hind leg and is put together like a proper Ferarri. He ran 63 times mostly in Louisiana and was sound for the duration - this kid is tough as nails and knows (and loves) that job. Thus, he is definitely not for an inexperienced rider. Add to it that he is smart - frankly smarter than most people I know - and thus is super good at getting himself in slightly comical trouble. He does not have a buck or rear, but he will outsmart you undersaddle if you're not on top of your game or if he feels your boundaries are merely suggestions.
That said, Wolf is ALL WORK when in the tack. He loves his job and likes nothing more than to show you that he can do it. Wolf is INtense not tense. But whether in the saddle or on the ground, he mandates a sense of humor. Like many Malibu Moons and Ghostzappers, he can be … “expressive.” He can be food aggressive and is generally likely to snap in your direction or lift a leg to threaten to kick when being groomed. Please note, he has no intention to bite or kick you… it is a game. And according to a vet who knew him when he was a yearling - he has always been like this. We just laugh at him, tell him it is not allowed and oddly he wins hearts on a daily basis.
*We have gastro-scoped etc etc etc and all clean .. .He also receives maintenance and adequate appropriate for a 9 year old horse who ran hard for 7 of those years. He has earned it.
Despite all his goofy-grumpy antics, he is easy to love. See, he actually likes people, but it seems that he has no ability to be normal, so snappy affection is his go-to. I’d love to see this petit powerhouse of an alligator run through the mid-levels or cruise around the fox hunt field. He will always have a home with me, but in the meantime, he would love to have his own human and go do all the things.
Wolf is currently priced at 9000 to go up with further fox hunting / competition experience. I will be picky where he goes so reach out if you think you're a good fit.
Sheldon is pretty much what every adult amateur rider and teen "move up" rider is looking for. He is big and powerful enough to make you work and not have to kick the whole time, but he is also kind, gentle, and knows his job (through Novice).
Sheldon has made it to the AECs in BN, has been a pony club favorite, and has hacked out, done hunter paces, and basically just been the best boy for a number of years.
Sheldon has three lovely, uphill gaits. But take note, that canter is as impressive as it looks - it is big but usually pretty quiet. Once we leg him up a bit, we'll put him back over fences here. The expectation is that hew would be perfectly capable of bringing good-riding ammy or youth eventers around Amoeba / Starter / BN.
At 15, he still has a ton of years left to work and to teach other people the ropes. Sheldon does get regular (annual) maintenance, but is sound as the day is long.
Ride video from his first ride here at Kivu: https://youtu.be/LWbRWP42kdI?si=vE3eVXKNpubpJP8v (please excuse the trace clip - apparently pony club kids got ahold of him before he shipped down... consequently I can confirm that he is good to (re)clip and crosstie ;)
Sheldon would make a great low level event partner, a fox hunt horse (he's great with water and trails), or a person's all around happy-go-lucky ride. He is priced at 20K and located in McDonough, GA. No off-site trials, leases or trades.
Lad has been a favorite of mine among my friend’s horses for the past year. This kid is kind, quirky, talented and just generally a super good egg.
Plus, I have a soft spot for the horses that raced a bit longer and harder than usual - Lad fits that bill, having run 37 times for the small purse of 43,693 over eight years.
We’ll start with the highlights: Once he retired from the track, Lad was properly and carefully developed by my good friend, Jennifer Kelly. She got him off property regularly, showed through starter, honed in on their dressage, and brought Lad to the 2023 RRP Makeover.
Lad is here for sale because Jen is out of time to ride and market him herself. I’ll be honest, I jumped at the opportunity - I kinda adore this kid. This kid is brave, game and on board for whatever you ask. His high quality athleticism shows in his breeding- Unbridled Vow on top and Thunder Gulch below.
Recent flat video here: https://youtu.be/s6Xp5qhp_W0?si=QNsDU7voJu9g3gGN
So… Here’s the other stuff: Lad did have overlapping, painful points in his back and after multiple consultations, all vets involved decided that surgery was in his best interest. He has had the close points removed and after three months of rehab came back out better, bigger moving, and absolutely more comfortable. Rads available upon request.
He has been gaining strength since and has been a much happier horse under saddle. This surgery DOES NOT LIMIT HIM. Yes that is in caps. People often see a surgery and run the other way - this one should make you pause and ponder, hmmmm I wonder what he can do now? The longer he is here, the more I’ll be able to answer that question… and I’m looking forward to it.
Lad can be a sensitive ride - he is a good boy, but he needs confidence from the rider and soft hands to let him move forward to and from fences. When he gets anxious, he - like the rest of us - needs a minute. But nothing he does is dirty, rude, or unridable. There is no rear, buck, or spin - just some fast-footed Thoroughbred action.
Thus, I think Lad would be an amazing project for a talented young rider or ambitious ammy who wants to get up into the mid levels. He would be happy to play round in the super low stuff, but he doesn’t have to stay there forever. My plan is to get him back over fences and then out and about as much as we can. Anyone who wants to do similar will absolutely love this guy.
Lad is listed at 5000 for now and will increase in price with his training and experience. No off-site trials or trades. As with all horses at Kivu Sporthorses, there is a trial fee involved - please see the info in the section above.
Patrick is a very exciting new addition to the barn. He is an experienced 1.0m jumper with upward mobility who has also evented through Novice. He has a lifetime USEF membership and his owner thinks he is best suited to a jumper home as stadium is pretty much his favorite thing ever.
While Patrick has experience, he is not quite a packer. He will make you ride, but what he gives back is so stellar that it is totally worth all the standard storm cat fun. Look, I like Storm Cats, a lot. And generally the mouthier they are, the more talented. Patrick proves the rule both in goofiness and raw talent.
In other words, this kid is totally my type of horse. If you have followed this website long enough, you know what that means. He is smart, talented, and a little bit of a twit. Have boundaries and ride well and he'll give you the world. Get nervous and he'll think it is a hilarious game to try to eat you for breakfast.
Patrick is legging back up from a properly rehabbed 5% DDFT tear. He has absolutely no limitations and no ability to even notice that he was laid up for a minute. Patrick has had a few months of flatwork as he has come back to work and we're putting him back to jumping work this coming week - but legging him back up appropriately.
This kiddo would be prefect for a good riding teen or young rider to take through the Take 2 Jumpers or TIP championships.
Patrick is sound, sane, and talented, but he does have a bit of an attitude in a stall that makes me wary of selling him to a boarding barn with a lot of children in or around stalls. I guess you can't have all the things at once, but I'll absolutely tolerate (and train) his quirks for all the quality and smarts.
Patrick is priced at 15k to increase with training and a return to the show ring. Located in McDonough, GA, with no off-site trials or trades.
Tetris leaned on his (Exaggerator - Curlin; with Thunder Gulch on the dam side) lines and had a pretty successful albeit not terribly long track career. He retired sound with no known issues after 19 starts and a not too shabby 51k in earnings.
This pretty plain chestnut is refined and extraordinary light on his feet under saddle (in a good way). Add to this that he is already goofy and easy going and loves, loves, loves human attention, though careful, there might be a little friendly nip hidden in that snuggle.
Tetris is one of the ones I love to bring in, because you kind of have to squint and add some imagination to see the horse you are going to have. That said, he is well on his way to filling out, gaining sporthorse muscle and stepping into the Exaggerator-offspring shoes as a likely 16.2h, refined-tank and powerhouse.
Under saddle, he is uncomplicated and a pretty easy going guy. He moves quite nicely and will ride forward if asked. I'll introduce jumps in the next few rides and see how he does, but I expect that he'll handle them like everything else, with a super game attitude and no rush. See most recent video here:
Ride 1 video: https://youtu.be/wF9bIKPEm8s?si=te_EhF0-QCOoDQDo
He is young and learning to come over his back and stay straight, but there’s nothing I’m seeing in there that would limit his career or limit who can work with him. A pro looking for a great young horse on a budget? Fantastic. An amateur or a good riding junior who has a knowledgeable trainer, that would work too!
He is good for the farrier, easy in turnout, crossties well and does all the things that well handled young horses should do. He has no known vices. Tetris did have a bout of medical (non-surgical) colic two months ago. He has since recovered well and has no lasting issues or concerns other than making sure his food is extra wet during temperature changes (though that is likely more for my sanity than his health)
Tetris is priced at 6000 at present. This will increase with experience and training. No off-site trials, trades, or leases.
This Tiz Now kiddo is simply impressive. She also is a bit of a long story... bear with me.
Rikki just got home from the Retired Racehorse Project Makeover and I could not be more proud of her. This kiddo started her Makeover prep training in late summer and largely held her own against horses who had many, many more months of preparation. I didn’t care about where she placed or how she scored; I cared that she took in the huge atmosphere, held her brain and body together and gave each arena her best try. She 100% gave it her all and I am so ridiculously proud of her. In fact, she got better every day she was there.
She also had a recent PPE and flexed and lunged well. The buyer decided to rethink their purchasing plan, but the filly did well and is ready to move along into a competitive home.
This mare is elegant, uphill, brave (jumps everything you point her at), fancy as the day is long, and yet still a goofy 4-year old who has her “tween moments.” I would love to see her go to a good riding pro or amateur (or junior with an awesome trainer) who can develop her to her potential. She is not for the timid or beginners. But she has all the makings of a serious UL horse for the right human.
Rikki got her name because a friend of mine and myself don't know music well enough and the mare is so pretty (and hell, her name is Tiz So Fine) that we went with the song "Hey Ricky you're so fine you're so fine you blow my mind. Hey Ricky." Turns out it was really "Micky," but Ricky stuck.
This stunning creature came off the track a little under muscle but as sweet and talented as can be. She was only in my barn for two weeks before she sold to a good home and "Ricky" became "Rikki." Well, things happened, and the good home changed and she landed at a boarding barn who did not keep weight on her. I bought her back in May and began the process of getting her back to good health and weight.
Important point: this talented mare is not an easy keeper. She needs quality feed and a fair amount of it - she also needs four shoes. When she has these things, she literally shines. She came in at a body score of a 2.5 and is currently a body score of a 5 and still happily gaining.
She can also move. True to most Tiz Now kiddos, she has inherited the outstanding uphill movement and jump. Her canter is so good it is hard to find proper words. "Float" sounds stupid... but it is light and powerful and correct and man will it eat up a cross country field.
Rikki is just getting started back under saddle and I have not had a chance to get video yet. I hopped back on her for the first time in a year (she has been hacked a bit in between, but not ridden for months) while my lawn guy way weed eating near the arena, the horses in nearby paddocks were running and Rikki? Rikki did not care in the slightest. She's brave and smart, though still immature. But damn is she going to be nice as she grows up.
Currently priced at $11,000 (OBO) No off-site trials or trades.
Valine is both stunning and super sweet. As you all know, I'm not really a mare person, but I do really like this one. She is simple, easy going in the herd and smart and quite curious about the world around her.
Valine came in from the same trusted connections as Q, and I'm thrilled with all the info we have on her and how lovely and sound she appears. The Nations have a reputation for racing horses with a "horse-first" attitude and retiring them when it is appropriate (not after).
Valine was a good but not amazing racehorse, and when they discovered knee chips, they had them removed. We have rads and the vet's report with prognosis (all very, very favorable). She is NOT limited in her career.
Valine has been lovely for her first 6 rides - and has been ridden by myself, my two working students and my Thoroughbred School members. With all that testing, she should be very easy to bring along. I'd be happy for this one to be an ammy or pro restart so long as folks have access to a knowledgable trainer. There's really nothing complicated here. Just pretty - a whole lot of very, very pretty.
Fifth ride post track:
2024 RRP TB Makeover Eligible.
Valine is offered at $5500 OBO, to increase with training. She is located in McDonough, Ga.
Crypto is exactly as big and as stunning as he looks in these photos. I have not put a stick on him but he has to be 16.2-16.3 easily. This five-year-old has the makings of a handsome, ammy friendly horse who needs a loving, easy going low-level home.
Crypto has some arthritic changes in his left knee, we think he’s better suited for a lower level, lower impact career with carefully managed turnout. The knee is up to date on maintenance, but it will require more maintenance over time. We have radiographs of the knee and vet records that we can share with serious buyers.
Crypto was rehomed from the track by Brit Vegas in Nebraska. Brit is a friend of mine and does an outstanding job reconditioning and rehoming these horses. He came out and rode with myself and Louis at the Buck Davidson RRP demo clinic in Aiken in March last year and showed off his super reasonable brain (I think he was the most well behaved horse there and it was only his maybe 5th or so ride post track.) Crypto sold soon after to a lovely-riding junior. Crypto and his junior got on well, but her schedule is difficult right now and to no fault of his own or her own, he is up for sale.
Under saddle, this goofy redhead is sweet and straightforward. He has light, quiet gaits and a canter that is to die for.
In the last year, he has hung out, finished his let down period and gone to a couple small amoeba CTs. At 5, he is now far more grown up and mentally ready to go out and do all the lower level things things.
Recent video: https://youtu.be/q6I8EBBcQHg
If you want a strikingly good looking mount who will be thrilled with attention and light work, and want to go do all those lower impact things - dressage, low-level event, hunter pace, clean up in the hacks? Crypto is your guy.
Crypto does best in four shoes… and he is perhaps not the easiest keeper, but he does love to eat so with continued high quality feed and hay, he holds his weight well.
Flat at home:
Free Movement video: https://youtu.be/3Dhpq3Yrxjk
link to his equibase profile: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=10467561®istry=T&rbt=TB
Crypto’s price drop reflects the findings with his knee and his future as a lower-level, easy going career horse
Crypto's price is priced at in the low 4's. Talk to me and we'll see if he is a fit and what we can make work. Located in McDonough, GA
Update on Curry:
Most recent video (9/1/2023)
Surprise! Curry is in fact still for sale. Curry also needs time and a quality, strong relationship with his own human.This is a horse worth 15k who is being sold at what I have in him so that he can find exactly that right home and take his time getting going. So what does that mean? That means that while he is jumping starter and schooling BN courses here and doing well, he cannot be rushed into a new program. He needs time to grow and finish letdown, while learning about the riding world and a new partner slowly.
I will be extra picky going forward with who/ what situation he walks into. If you're interested in him, that's awesome. He's a really cool, talented guy. But, let's hop on a call and chat about your plans and what slow and steady means for helping him be his best.
When my intern and friend, Kelly, watched Curry walk get his pictures taken her response was, "THAT IS A MOVIE HORSE" He is put together like an ideal equine specimen, and apparently other folks agreed as he sold for $500,000 as a yearling. Curlin x Giant's Causeway is a heck of a combination both for brains and athleticism...
Curry was not as good as they hoped on the track and retired after just 10 races. That said, there are no limits on what he can do in the sport world. His walk and his canter are already so balanced and quality, there's little doubt that his jump will be square and lovely and his dressage scores easily in the 20s.
Curry went to his first HT (Amoeba) and made it clear that he is absolutely an event horse in the making. His dressage had scores in the 7's and he was double clear in stadium and sc, quiet, brave and ridable to finish in third on his dressage score.
A few Starter fences at Poplar: https://youtube.com/shorts/EWBHMUX1ygA?feature=share
Curry is a forward Thoroughbredy ride and has unlimited potential, legitimate UL talent and with a good trainer and soft hands, he would make any quality rider a great partner. That said, let me emphasize that he will need a skilled rider/trainer pair to bring him along - there is no buck, bolt, rear or other shenanigans, but he is still sensitive and green.
He has had a bit of an up and down letdown period. When things hurt or don't quite feel good, he will let you know. His response is to sometimes lock up - never bolt or rear from it. We have gone back and addressed possible points of aggravation (saddle tree size change helped a ton, we have also addressed his hind end soreness from the track.) Things are on a super good path and I have high hopes for this goober.
Curry has trotted and cantered small courses, walked and down banks, across ditches and has gamely crossed the water. He has tackled the amoeba and starter courses bravely and figured out his form over fences as he went. The best part? He has done all of this quietly on light contact.
He also has some experience hacking out, where he has crossed bridges on the buckle. Did I mention that I'm impressed with this handsome redhead? Not too shabby to have tackled all of this and the baby HT before the end of his 10th ride post track.
First 3 phase (10th ride post-track):
Amoeba XC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heVcuE-2ZFs
XC School 1 *post-track ride 6 :
Curry is available currently at a discounted 9k to increase with experience. Located in McDonough, GA - no off-site trials, leases or trades.
TEMPORARILY OFF THE MARKET SO HE CAN GAIN EXPERIENCE AND RUN BN / N BEFORE GOING BACK UP FOR SALE. AKA The market is acting dumb, and this horse deserves a hell of a good, competitive home. Time to leg up and plan a show calendar for the early winter.
Well if "Uno" is not the cuddliest, chunkiest goober that I have met... I mean, come on, we call him Meatball...you can see why.
This hunk of a horse is legit wonderful with a ton of talent stuffed in his big-boned goofy self. So much so in fact that I’m this close to taking Uno off the market and developing him through the winter only to put him back in the sales string at a fair bit higher in the spring.
Uno is 100% try. All. The. Time. He is learning to reach into contact and figuring out his feet over fences, with enormous skill and even more potential.
Yes, he cribs (controlled with a collar), yes he is a forward ride who will get tight and quick footed if the rider locks, pulls, or pinches. But this kid has a heart of gold, is honest and game for everything and does not have any riding vices (no buck, bolt, rear etc). He’s going to make a hell of an event horse but could also easily go the dressage or jumper route.
Oh… and check out his knees
So scoop him up in October because there is a good chance I pull him from the sales string in November and you’ll see him running BN /N in the Spring for more
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Uno happily clikced through all of his phases at Chatt Hills Starter show in August and is gearing up for a BN debut. He is brave, sensible, and a totally lovable try-er. Water? great. Bank? Great. Ditch? OK, let's step over. This overall good boy really would love his own human - either a good riding junior or above to help him progress up the levels.
Most recent Aug 1 flat school: https://youtu.be/bei2N6R9M78
https://youtu.be/bq_8nQDu-xQ older flat school video
Stadium Video from his first show *these are his first canter fences! Good Uno! https://youtu.be/IS26XR-nIno
He is sweet, uncomplicated and easy to manage regardless of having been a stallion until mid March. As my friend and working student who handled him at the recent show noted, "He's just so good." Easy on the leadrope and tied to the trailer and quiet under saddle. Can't ask for much more than that.
Uno plays super well with friends in the field. He is good on the crossties, kind in his stall and generally an overall very easy-to-manage guy. .
That said, Uno is also a fancy, fancy mover. Once we turn some of that chunk to muscle, he'll be really something to look at. Even as is he is ridiculously stunning.
Uno's first rides (prior to gelding) were great. He proved that he had a sensible brain and was not prone to too many shenanigans. His gaits are lofty and lovely and his brain is simply fantastic. Uno does crib (controlled with a collar) and does have thin soles (maintained with good shoes and pads as necessary).
All that said, I love the potential that the Tapit x Ruckus bloodlines hold and I can't wait to really get him coming along and see how he handles moving up.
Reach out for pricing - low 5's starting with a 1 increasing with experience.
Poker is a lovely-moving quarter horse / appendix who is seeking new employment. He was purchased by his owner four years ago. She has progressively built on his basic Western and trail foundation, bringing him up to do dressage and pop some small fences.
see recent flat video here: https://youtu.be/dJ6FaoG9a2Y?si=E7uv7Hh0SLiP7xjq
Poker has been on the back burner for a while and would really thrive in a program. He has been in haul-in training with me on and off for the last year. He loves to work and probably unsurprisingly, does best when in regular work.
This gorgeous boy has three lovely, swinging gaits and the ability to wow judges in the dressage arena. I’m looking forward to getting him some additional jumping experience, but snag him now and add those elements before his 🥕 reflect them.
While a quarter horse, Poker is not a kick ride. He is sensitive (but not super anxious or twitchy) and would do best with a good riding teen or ammy with a trainer. If left unridden for a while, he might toss a single buck in during his up transitions, but it is nothing mean spirited. On the ground as under tack, he appreciates clear boundaries and is easy to correct should he temporarily forget his manners.
Poker is sound (he is wearing and does best in front shoes) and kind. He loves living out and is a relatively easy keeper. He is unlimited and I think he would make a great mid-level Eventer, all around horse, dressage king, fox hunter… any of the things.
Poker is offered at 9k currently. He can be tried at Kivu Sporthorses in McDonough, Ga but stables at his home nearly. No odd-site trials, leases, or trades.
*Please note that we do charge for trial rides (on any horse - please see info / explanation above on the page)additional training and experience.