Sire: world champion Aladdinn—in fact Fire is Aladdin's his youngest son. (Polish)
Dam’s side: his grandfather is champion—Muscat. (Russian)
He has been ridden both English & Western. Most regularly English lately. He is an incredible mover—has a big bold trot and lovely Western pleasure jog, and perfect Arab canter. He’s beautiful, smart, not spooky, good around other horses, and waits patiently when being held. Face clips perfectly. Bare foot. Introduced to ground poles. Given perfect health assessment recently by Dr. Monroe.
So why are we selling him? We’re focusing on eventing and as great as he is, Fire isn’t going take us that direction. We even thought about changing our direction and heading into the Arab show world, just so we could keep him.
Contact us for more information. Come and see him with your champion's dream and Fire will help you make it a reality.
Located near Ogden, Utah
Hello, I am currently in the market looking for a horse, worthy of the trails. I am very interested and would love to have more details if possible.ReplyDelete
Fire hasn't been put on trails yet. But he takes so much in stride. Not spooky. And so sure-footed and incredibly smart. I'd bet he'll be wonderful. That was part of our original plan before we focused in on eventing. This winter he was introduced to ground poles and we did a little pole bending. He's brave and really does try to figure out what you're asking and picks it up really fast. He also has a wonderful smooth gait and like many Arabs he has the ability to be a great endurance horse which will stand him in good stead on trails.