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Shelby’s Hill aka “Ping” – SOLD!

Shelby's Hill - Resale

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Shelby's Hill - Resale in Maine. Contact Sarah Farnham - 207-649-5379 or frogpondfarm@gmail.com

I am selling/trying to find a place for my horse, Shelby’s Hill aka “Ping”.  He is a 2003, 16 hand  Thoroughbred gelding. He is very pretty – a good guy.  I see him happiest in a dressage setting with maybe some jumping/trails as he goes along.  He might be hunterish as he is attractive but I really don’t know a lot about that discipline. He’s  done W/T/C and lateral work.  He has done some long lining.

“Ping” loves grass and turnout.  I’m placing him because I work at a summer camp and have a nine year-old daughter and I think should “step down” in my horses for now.  I would like to have something I can compete, but also can take to camp, go on trails with my daughter etc.  “Ping” is a great guy, but is not yet a bombproof mount.

A good home is a must, and I am flexible with money for the perfect fit. Shelby’s Hill is located in Maine. SOLD!

See Shelby’s Hill’s impressive pedigree and Success Stories and the newest Shelby’s Hill Success Stories on our OTTB Success Stories Web site. In 2011, he placed third in his first USEA competition, at BN. He loved it! Clean x/c and stadium.
Thanks!

Sarah Farnham