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Spring bred KWPN gelding 18 years Lord (Zorro) is a super sweet, good and honest horse. At the age of 5 he came to Soest and I learned to ride a horse on him. With his height of 1.80 meters, Lord is an impressive appearance. Lord has never been released in sport, neither in jumping nor in dressage, because I don't have that ambition. With him I mainly made many trips outside (alone or with a group), had weekly jumping lessons and regularly a dressage lesson. Just because Lord has only ridden recreationally doesn't mean he has nothing to offer. Lord loves jumping, it's in his blood and a handy rider would also enjoy dressage with him. Lord is an impressive horse to look at, large, but everything in proportion, with three beautiful gaits. Jumping is in his blood. His sire, CHIN CHIN, won five World Cup competitions in the North American league, 6th at the Seoul Olympics. In 1989 and 1990 he qualified for the World Cup finals. In 1990 he competed in the World Championships and in 1992 he competed in the Olympic Games in Barcelona. His maternal grandfather jumped at 1.60m level. As a 7-year-old he rode his first major competition in Palm Beach and immediately won the Grand Prix, then he won the Grand Prix in Europe, including: Maastricht, Munich and Mannheim. The bloodlines are fine. With Lord, a new rider buys an extremely reliable horse that he/she can enjoy for years to come. Given its age, it is no longer suitable for high-level intensive sport. Jumping a course is of course still possible (with great ease), just like riding a dressage test. Lord is super easy going and has no stable defects. Because of a straw colic he is standing on sawdust at our Spring bred KWPN gelding 18 years Lord (Zorro) is a super sweet, good and honest horse. At the age of 5 he came to Soest and I learned to ride a horse on him. With his height of 1.80 meters, Lord is an impressive appearance. Lord has never been released in sport, neither in jumping nor in dressage, because I don't have that ambition. With him I mainly made many trips outside (alone or with a group), had weekly jumping lessons and regularly a dressage lesson. Just because Lord has only ridden recreationally doesn't mean he has nothing to offer. Lord loves jumping, it's in his blood and a handy rider would also enjoy dressage with him. Lord is an impressive horse to look at, large, but everything in proportion, with three beautiful gaits. Jumping is in his blood. His sire, CHIN CHIN, won five World Cup competitions in the North American league, 6th at the Seoul Olympics. In 1989 and 1990 he qualified for the World Cup finals. In 1990 he competed in the World Championships and in 1992 he competed in the Olympic Games in Barcelona. His maternal grandfather jumped at 1.60m level. As a 7-year-old he rode his first major competition in Palm Beach and immediately won the Grand Prix, then he won the Grand Prix in Europe, including: Maastricht, Munich and Mannheim. The bloodlines are fine. With Lord, a new rider buys an extremely reliable horse that he/she can enjoy for years to come. Given its age, it is no longer suitable for high-level intensive sport. Jumping a course is of course still possible (with great ease), just like riding a dressage test. Lord is super easy going and has no stable defects. Lord has a mild eczema and I shaved his mane. Because of once a straw colic, he stands on sawdust with us. Unfortunately I don't have the time to give him the attention he deserves and so I don't want to deprive him of fun with a new rider for years to come. Lord will only leave if I know he will end up well. Unfortunately I don't have the time to give him the attention he deserves and so I don't want to deprive him of years of fun with a new rider. Lord won't leave unless I know he'll end up right.

Pedigree

Sire Chin chin
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Mother Contessa
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