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❤️ SOLD ❤️ Canoe Club 2012 16.1h Thoroughbred Gelding

Updated: Mar 6, 2020

🦄 New Undersaddle Video 1/16/20 🦄

😍 New Jump Chute Video 2/3/20 😍

Drool worthy!! Cooper is simply stunning! This boy is blessed with good looks, tons of chrome, brains, movement, auto changes, and scope! What more could you ask for??

Coop Troop came to us back in October 2018. It was love at first sight... and we loved him even more after we rode him! He was so so good!! Comfortable, willing, and just a blast!! We even hacked him out by himself and he never even flinched when we passed a whole field of longhorn steer who raced around their pasture as we casually strolled by!! Cooper was sold last year but recently came

back to us, through no fault of his own! He was in a professional program at a hunter barn for the majority of the time he was not with us. He was jumping around with auto changes. We have been thoroughly enjoying having Cooper back— to the point that we are seriously considering keeping him. He is going fabulously undersaddle. He is quiet, straightforward, and uncomplicated. Coop willingly goes around in a lovely frame and looks like the perfect little hunter pony. He is point and shoot to the fences and is very adjustable. He does not get hot or strong when jumping. His lead changes are seamless. Overall— he is pretty much the perfect boy!! Coop is not spooky Or looky, in the ring or out. He happily hacks out on trails too!! WE LOVE THIS BOY!!

Cooper was vetted last year, including xrays. He is sound and issue free. Due to being gelded late in life (when we purchased him), he does not always get along with other horses in turnout. We recommend individual turn out to prevent any possible issues. He is NOT studdish in the least bit though and you would never guess he was gelded late. He is a mannerly gelding in every sense of the term, aside from his preference of individual turnout. Cooper was vice free when we sold him, but upon returning to us, we have caught him sporadically trying to crib. It is not all the time or excessive, but he does do it at times. A collar stops it entirely.

Priced at $9500

Located in Glenmoore Pa. 19343

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