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These horses have been brought along through our training program with patience and a critical eye to evaluate their temperament and suitability for future riders. Our sales program is currently developing to include imports from Ireland, and we are happy to travel with clients' needs in mind.
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Ringwood Trendy Pop

BREED: Irish Sport Horse
DOB: 2012

This flashy 5 yr old, 16.3hh Irish Sport Horse gelding, sired by Future Trend, has a bright future ahead of him with upper-level talent! Future Trend was a top 1.4m show jumper and his offspring show the potential to follow suit.
Trendy has experience in foxhunting, EI100 (USA Training) eventing, and 1m show jumping in Ireland. He schooled 1.1m at home. He was imported in December 2017 from Ringwood Stud, where the likes of Ballynoe Castle RM, Ringwood Magister, and Ringwood Cockatoo were produced.

Trendy has a swinging walk, expressive trot, and an uphill and ground-covering canter. His jump is catty, with a forward but adjustable way of going to his fences. Trendy has a very willing temperament and a great work ethic, making him ideal for a young rider, adult amateur, or professional. He goes all three phases in a snaffle, and is well-mannered in the barn with a puppy dog personality.

Video: Flatting in Ireland
Video: Show Jumping in Ireland
Video: XC Schooling in Ireland


BREED: Quarter Horse cross
DOB: 2004

Maximillion was rescued from auction in May. Upon arriving to our farm in July after proper quarantine protocols, Max quickly became a barn favorite with his puppy dog personality and excellent ground manners. Anyone can work with this one! He has had limited showing experience with us in the hunter and jumper arenas, bringing home ribbons each time. Max also went cross-country schooling up to the BN level and had no problems with banks, ditches, or water. He’ll hack out alone or in company, and loves to be doted on. Unfortunately, some less-than-ideal x-rays prompt a change to Max’s circumstances. Max will require regular maintenance for a consistent workload of dressage and jumping; he would easily be comfortable for a lighter workload of flatwork or trail riding. He is one of the easiest in the barn, turns out with mares and geldings, and has the sweetest disposition. He has been ridden by both youth and adult intermediate riders.