Horses For Sale
"You couldn't get more honest and caring people, if you want your dream horse can highly recommend them, we have a once in a lifetime pony from them"
Cassie (Lowerybane Muffy by Mac's Lad, out of Gownagh Charisma), 2013 (7 years old), registered Connemara pony, standing at 14.2hh
Cassie came to us in 2017, as a four year old who had been very lightly backed. We rebacked her and taught her to jump over the summer. As with Tom, Cassie was turned away from September 2017 due to taking on a lot of rescues and being a rider down. Before The Great Adventure in 2018, Cassie had been lightly hacking again, and she even joined us for a couple of days on the ride. When we got back from our ride, we brought Cassie back into full work, took her cross country schooling (she was literally incredible) and did plenty of show jumping schooling. Then she was turned away again due to lack of time and then brought back into work towards the end of 2019. That's pretty much her life story! Cassie has loved being in work regularly, her time off has meant that she hasn't progressed as quickly as she could have been, but it also means that she has never been rushed and has developed really well physically and mentally.
This year, Cassie had her first competition and came 3rd with an amazing double clear! This year, we were planning to event Cass and have a full competition season, but covid19 put a stop to those plans!
Cassie has never stopped and is extremely brave, she loves to jump! If she's a bit worried about a fence, all you have to do is click and she's flown it. We have so far only taken her up to about 85cm show jumping but she's bold, careful and scopey so will go higher with ease, and is also very rapid against the clock.
Working to prelim level dressage, but has the ability to progress in this sphere too, and already has a solid trot legyield, and the makings of medium trot.
Hacking, Cassie is brilliant, regularly looks after babies on their first rides and is generally unspooky, not bothered about weather, doesn't mind traffic but likes lots of space for big lorries to pass. Every now and then, she has a spooky day but these are linked to her seasons.
Cassie will do everything bareback, and loves it. Snaffle mouthed, always. Originally, she was extremely head shy, we had to take the bridle apart to do it up. Now, she's fine to have it on normally, but we give her a treat every time we put the bridle on and she has a lovely, anatomical head piece.
Cass is very sharp, sensitive and forward going, so needs a confident and capable rider. Above all, she needs someone who will be kind to her.
Up to date with worming, vaccinations, teeth, back and feet (currently barefoot). Great to load and catch.
"We recently made the big decision to buy not one, but two horses from Meg and Lauren. We weren’t pressured, all of our questions were answered honestly and nothing was too much trouble. We received a very detailed pack of information about each horse and both ladies have been at the end of the phone to answer any questions that have arisen since. We honestly cannot praise these two lovely ladies highly enough! They have gone over and above to ensure that the horses have settled well and that we know everything about them, their strengths and areas to develop. Everything they do is for the love of the horse and they should be very proud of the standard they are achieving. Keep up the great work ladies!"
"Recently bought a beautiful pony from the lovely Meg and Lauren. They described her so genuinely and our fabulous pony has not put a foot wrong since coming to her forever home with us. Honest, kind and thorough horsewomen. Highly recommend buying a horse or pony from them. We are delighted - thank you"
Lucy (Willabelle - Wanninger x Old Edition) is an 8 year old, bay, Hanoverian mare.
Lucy is absolutely stunning to look at and a delight to ride! Working to Elementary level on the flat; her strengths include demi-pirouhette in trot (full in walk), fantastic leg yield/half pass and decent collection in all paces.
Lucy was hacking alone (and in company) and was bold and brave. Unfortunately, she was sold to an unsuitable home where she became stressed due to being kept and ridden alone always. For this reason we would rather she went to a home where she will not predominantly be hacked in alone, though she is completely comfortable with going out alone again now. Lucy prefers to be in work and can be hot to ride if on limited turnout, but is quick to settle.
She has popped fences with ease and will be one to watch on the dressage, SJ or event circuit. She is jumping 95 tracks at home and out training. We had just got her out to her first competition (Dressage where she was brilliant) and had her booked in for eventer's challenges, show jumping and dressage before lockdown restrictions tightened again. We would have been competing her all year but have been shielding when not locked down. We hope to get Lucy out and about again when lockdown lifts and we will be eventing her in 2021 so certainly aren't in any rush to sell her.
Lucy is lovely on the ground, so cuddly and friendly, easy to clip, shoe and catch. Lucy was bad to load in the past, this is no longer an issue (we have footage of her loading herself) but may regress slightly in a new home so worth mentioning. We just fed her on the box and she loved it! Luce thrives in a herd but has been in smaller groups, we don't want to sell her to somewhere she will have individual turnout.
Lucy's price will increase with the more we do with her, and we are certainly in no rush to sell her, please only competent and knowledgeable homes, she is a warmblood with stunning breeding and we are ideally hoping for a competitive home for her.
"So refreshing to meet people who care passionately about the welfare of the horses they work with. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend Lauren and Meg if looking to buy a horse. Keep up the amazing work girls"
-Dee, Potential Buyer.