Beautiful Hanoverian X Dressage Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Warmblood Stallion for Sale in Durham, NH
Hloudowig is a 9 yr Hanoverian (dad) Standardbred (mom) cross. He is a beautiful true bay (no white) standing at 16. 2 hands. Here~s a little intro: I~ve been riding him in a KK bit for everything, which he takes quite nicely. He~s got a wonderful extended trot (mom was a trotter, not a pacer) , flying lead changes are still not 100% accurate, but they are when done over a ground pole. He has a safe, dreamy canter, and boy can he gallop at the beach!!! His collected trot and canter are as beautiful as they are comfortable. He picks up a collected canter from the trot, walk, halt, and sometimes from backing. Trotting from walk, halt, and backing is less accurate, but getting there. Loads well, is quiet for the ride. please call if interested, there is so much more about him.
About Durham, NH
Situated beside Great Bay at the mouth of the Oyster River, Durham was originally called "Oyster River Plantation". It was settled in 1635 by pioneers who traveled up the Piscataqua River and across Little Bay to settle at the falls of the Oyster River. At the time, the land that is now New Hampshire belonged to Massachusetts; not until 1692 did the New Hampshire colony finally gain full and permanent independence from its southern neighbor. Most of the coastal area was divided among four townships, and for its first century, Durham was part of Dover. The village location was ideal for its fresh water, natural meadows for livestock, and the transportation opportunities afforded by the waterways leading to the Atlantic Ocean.