Chestnut Half-Arabian Gelding
Birth Date: May 15, 1991
Height: 16.0 hands
- Champion Walk/Trot 10 & Under
- Multi-Champion Country English Pleasure
- Champion Hunter Pleasure, Native Costume
- Champion Ladies Side Saddle & English Show Hack
- Ridden on Trails too!
- Perfect 1st Horse
- 16 hand National Show Horse
Major Damage, “Major”, is a wonderful multi-champion show horse with years of experience and training. His young owner has left for college and he is now ready to move on. Major has a show record a mile long with numerous championships and nearly always in the ribbons. He has been a champion in every type of class he has attempted, Country English Pleasure (his main event), Hunter Pleasure, Native Costume, Show Hack and Ladies Side Saddle and has even won in the Walk/Trot class for children 10 and under. Show Hack horses are ridden in a dressage saddle and must be able to perform collected, normal and extended walk, trot and canter, (9 different types of gaits) which takes years of training to perform well. He loved the ring and was often shown in 5 or 6 classes at the same show with more than one rider. Since his owner went to college, her Dad has ridden him on the trails and taken a few dressage lessons with him. He is currently shod for the trail, so you will not see his true show ring gaits in his videos. Major is game for anything. He is a tall, elegant horse with a soft kind eye and a get-up-and-go attitude. He is sound, healthy and has no vices. He has big strong gaits and can really move out, but is so well trained that he is very easy to handle. His owners want to make sure that he goes to a good home where he will be appreciated, well loved and well cared for. He enjoys showing, but he likes the trail too. You can see how happy he is on the trail in his trail video clip. So, whether you are looking for a perfectly trained pleasure horse for the trail, or you or your child’s first show horse, Major is a good bet. Why try out a prospect, when you can have a proven, well-trained horse that you know can win?