Description
Cameo Appearance was born in 2000 she is a paint welsh cross, good conformation and movement with an athletic scopey jump. She is a great partner in the ring, always willing, auto lead changes and wins hacks on the Trillium circuit. She has competed in a few A show unfortunately it was too expensive but she has lots of potential and would definitely take you to the royal. She has qualified for trillium championships in 2007, 2008 she qualified for champs and was champion overall in the Larges and A eq. over fences.This year she was leased out ridden by a younger girl and was quiet and willing received reserve champion overall in the Larges as well as winning the equitation over fences and showed at the championships this Sept. She has a great personality, fun and always willing in the ring (hunter, medal, equitation) as well as at home, she is good to clip, bath, hack and very easy going. She will make a great show pony for anyone who wants to have many memories at the championships and the Royal. Sadly outgrown but she is still young and has a lot of potential and needs a good show home. website is a year outdated but has most show results upto 2008 and good pictures! I am currently asking $18 000(CDN) or $4000 for a lease.
General Info
 
Headline:
Large 'A' Circuit Pony, will qualify for the royal!
User Name:
possibilitypark
Gender:
Woman
Age:
26
City:
grimsby
State/Province:
Ontario
Zip Code:
L3M 3V7
Country:
Canada
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