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Arrow (horse)

Arrow is horse previously ridden by American Bruce Davidson and Canadian Graeme Thom in the highest level of the equestrian sport of eventing and is now ridden at a lower level by Alex MacLeod.

  • Foaled: 1990
  • Markings: none
  • Height: 16.2 hh (168 cm)
  • Breeding: by War Rollick (Dutch Warmblood), out of Never On Monday
  • Rider: Alex MacLeod
  • Owner: Alex MacLeod

As of February 2006, Arrow was for sale for $75,000. Arrow has competed successfully at the international level, including competing at the Rolex Kentucky Three Day CCI****, finishing 13th, and several times competing at the Fair Hill Three Day Event at the CCI*** level. He was bought by 15-year-old Alex MacLeod on May 9, 2007.


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