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Amazing moving 8 year old KWPN mare for sale. She is 16h and has shown FEI Juniors dressage this year. Is training 4th level at the moment and is quiet easy to ride but sensible. But would work as an amazing schoolmaster for a rider with a bit of riding experience. She jumps a bit but is not trained as a jumper.Serious Inquires only. Higher Price Range. Call for price 519-636-2475 or 519-475-0122Also For sale 4yr old 15.1h NRPS (Dutch Riding horse) mare for sale. Super quiet and lovely mover.…See More
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"I have an amazing moving 8 year old KWPN mare for sale. She is 16h and has shown FEI Juniors dressage this year. Is training 4th level at the moment and is quiet easy to ride but sensible. But would work as an amazing schoolmaster for a rider with a…"
I train with Cecile von Martels. I've shown FEI Juniors this year with my KWPN mare Ulita. I train with my riding pony mare 4th level and with my 4yr old training. Ulita is training 4th at the moment as well.
My mom and I breed in Dutch riding ponies and Welsh section B ponies. At the moment we have 4 Welsh B breeding mares and an Approved stallion. We have bought 2 colts and they will be coming over soon from Holland.I moved from Holland to Canada in 2006 and brought 3 containers full of horses. Mostly our own and 2 from other people.
Thank you for your comments on our blog "what are employers looking for" - I was recently a part of a roundtable discussion for the University of Guelph Kemptville Campus and many of the comments you made were actually brought up in this meeting - many of us feel there is a lack on continuity and levels of accreditation across the nation.
Thank you again for your insight - best of luck training in Holland - you must be looking forward to going home.