Great Endurance Prospect
Dressage – Sport Horse Prospect
Balanced fluid movement
Loads, hauls, clips, bathes, stands tied, has been saddled
Easy to train
La Mae is a 3/4 Russian ¼ Polish gelding. He has excellent ground manners. He clips, bathes, stands tied and stands for the farrier. He is also easy to load and haul in a trailer.
His owner has taught him to lunge and has had a saddle on him, but he has not been ridden. His breeder/owner is a knowledgeable horsewoman that has shown in the show ring for many years and has done a very good job with his initial training and handling.
La Mae has a soft eye, listens and tries to understand what is being asked of him. He should be very easy to train. His gaits are fluid and balanced and his confirmation is very correct, making him an excellent prospect for dressage and sport horse. He also has the confirmation and the nice big trot that we look for in an endurance prospect. Not to mention 4 is the perfect age to start riding and conditioning.
La Mae’s sire is Deste Gotcha a stakes winner who was named Texas Accredited Race Horse of the Year in 1998. Gotcha is sired by Amazing Son, one of the top producing race sires in Texas and out of a daughter of *Napitok, U.S. National Champion Stallion and U.S. National Champion English Pleasure. Deste Sanenasong is a producer of multiple stakes winners. La Mae’s dam’s pedigree also has producers of race horses.
Congratulations to Dayna and Bruce Weary in Arizona on their purchase of La Mae