Arabian Warmblood Cross For Sale in South Africa
Are you looking for where to get Arabian Warmblood Cross horse for sale In South Africa? Cndlivestock provides the best Arabian Warmblood Cross horse for sale breed are beautiful and charismatic, with plenty of presence. They were originally bred in the Jamesburg South Africa . It is now not unusual to buy a Arabian Warmblood Cross in many parts of the world as a driving horse or for use in displays and shows, as they excel in both spheres. Their active trot and balanced self-carriage are always eye-catching whether they are used for driving or riding, and their long, flowing manes and tails make them much sought-after for television and the movies. They are compact horses, which means they are an excellent choice for advanced dressage and haute école for experienced riders. Arabian Warmblood Cross are always black, with no white markings allowed on registered stallions, though it is acceptable to sell a Friesian mare or # gelding with a small star.
Quinn Tessa is a 2013, 15’3″ flashy chestnut with chrome mare. She is double registered Arabian/Oldenburg by Qredit from Quarterback. She is a lovely mover with powerful, quick hindquarters. Quinn is in the Oldenburg Premium Mare Book, and was Premium Foal as well. She is USEF Lifetime registered and showed in 2019 at her first recognized show and did great! Quinn was reserve champion in Sport Horse Under Saddle, Dressage Type Sport Horse Under Saddle, and Training Level Dressage at the Region 5 Arabian Sport Horse Nationals where she qualified for regionals immediately at the pre-show. Qualified for Arabian Sport Horse Nationals her first year showing and at her very first show! Quinn is currently schooling 2nd level. She has done some jumping and is cute jumper! She would excel showing in the Hunter circuit, especially rail classes with her flashy movement. She is a sweet mare on the ground that will stand without being tied while being untacked. Quinn needs an intermediate/advanced rider in regular training due to her quick motor and sensitivity. Quinn would also be great for a professional wanting a competitive half Arab sport horse with potential for FEI.