Thoroughbred Moors Myth Valley 6.27 36
Date: 2013-2-17

Thoroughbred Moors Myth Valley 2002


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Ellie C
Female - 25 years old
User since: 15/02/2013
- Female - 25 years old - User since: 15/02/2013
Horses (4)

Thoroughbred Moors Myth Valley

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Tied: 0
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Very very quite for an ex race horse. Never puts a 'hoof wrong', you can leave the stable door open and he won't go any where. Every time you walk into the stables he gives you a little whinny, and when you make his food. When he is out in the field he is very quite and always eats with my coloured showjumper. He loves being worked and loves jumping jumps. Valley also loves to do flatwork, what ever the weather he just gets on and does it.
He is amazing for his gates. He does walk-trot, walk-canter, holt-canter very very well, doesn't even feel as though he is changing gait. Took me a little while to teach him, but now he knows he is just very good at his gaits.
Valley currently jumps BE100 and jumps 1m crosscountry very easily and gets placed every time. I have done some show jumping with him as you can see in the photo's and he jumps them very big indeed. This year i am taking him to more dressage & show jumping competitions.
Valley is one in a million, i can not fault this horse in any way. He raced for 10 years in the UK and in the USA and was placed a lot of times and earned quite a lot of money too. I have had him almost 2 years now and in that time i have taught him to canter on both reins, accept the contact, manners and to jump 1m5. He is an absolute dream now, he is fantastic in all ways, stands in trailer and falls asleep for the farrier. LOVES carrots and kisses. You would never have thought he was an ex race horse as you can take him for a gallop in an open field and he will come back straight away. I have taken him cross country loads of times at a quick gallop and been fine, i even took him hunting a few weeks ago, all the horses went galloping past him and he just carried cantering slowly for me and didn't even pull once. His flat work is soo smooth and soft that you could ride it all day. I have recently taught him to do flying changes and he keeps his canter at one speed the whole time and doesn't rush. Valley's jump is absolutly huge, but so very careful at the same time. Her never stops or touches a pole ever, he doesn't mind any fillers. I really cannot fault this horse in any way, i love him with all my heart.

Reply to: Thoroughbred Moors Myth Valley

  • Claire L

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 2
    Replies: 161
    Horses: 1
    Photo albums: 11
    7 years ago

    Beautiful horse, just my type Super talented and safe, you can't ask for more than that.

  • Ellie C

    Created: Feb 2013
    Horses: 4
    7 years ago

    Thank you all for the lovely comment's. Please follow me to see my other horses.

  • 8 years ago

    love the pic of him clearing the stripy jump !!! Massive jump I can see u have the best partnership !! Happy days

  • S.A.

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 6
    Replies: 26
    8 years ago

    Wow he's quite a jumper I'll bet you could get really far with him in the competitions. Beautiful horse too...

  • Jane J

    Created: Feb 2013
    Topics: 9
    Replies: 6
    8 years ago

    Welcome! I love your profile.

  • Jess

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 10
    Replies: 12
    Horses: 2
    8 years ago

    Amazing profile! I love all the details on him. Looking forward to follow you! Welcome

  • Millie

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 9
    Replies: 10
    Horses: 1
    8 years ago

    Stunning boy! And really great profile. Welcome to the site.

  • Valder

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 27
    Replies: 51
    Horses: 2
    Photo albums: 1
    8 years ago

    Its fantastic that you have wrote so much about him.

  • Laura D

    Created: Jan 2013
    Topics: 37
    Replies: 43
    Horses: 1
    8 years ago

    Wow what a jumper - He seems fantastic

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