Where to find an event schoolmaster to loan/lease?

charlie76

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Any ideas? I am searching for the following:
Pref advanced or above.
16.2 plus
Happy to take an older horse as long as it can still compete
Not worried about vices ect.
For a male rider.
 

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I would guess most of these go via word of mouth - my horse (who is certainly not advanced but is a good schoolmaster up to Novice) went on loan via word of mouth.
 

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I have a horse I am eventing this year through HHO/word of mouth. A quirky schoolmaster who is not push button but has oodles of ability. My horse is off games so this horse will teach me tonnes and hopefully have some fun in the process.
 

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When you say "advanced or above" do you mean you want a horse for someone to go Advanced on, or an Advanced horse but to do lower levels?
 

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An advanced horse to do lower levels. Rider is a tidy rider (my OH actually!) but has never had the chance of a decent horse to ride.
 

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I currently have an ex-3* horse in to loan/sell in the next couple of months. Hasn't evented in a couple of years due to being with a girl who is at uni, and a nasty kick (he has a pretty big scar on his hock that doesn't seem to affect him...) About to come out and start eventing again this season with the intention of moving him on as owner has no time... He's a 16.2 Irish 14yo gelding with 106 BE points. PM me if you want more details.
 
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