Carsino, 16 years old (as of 4/26/2022), 16.3, gelding. He has a huge stride and huge scope. No stop, no spook. He has been with us for 3 years now. Mason, my son (at age 12), rode him in 1.20-1.30. Mason was very successful with him. Champion year end Jr/Am Modified and qualified for USHJA Zone Championships and Nationals at Vegas. As of August 2021, Carsino was being leased in the barn doing .95 with a junior rider who is 16. She is currently traveling for school so he’s now being leased in the barn by an amateur rider doing 1.0-1.10 till he sells. He is incredibly kind, I know him very well. He loves to go to shows and loves trail rides. The biggest thing is that he gets strong to the jumps at home and his rider needs to be strong enough to hold him back. You can see this in the home video that is posted on the ad. He’s a good horse with a huge heart, he just need the right rider. That said, everyone I’ve had ride him, loves him and rides him great. He is very sound and we do very little maintenance for him. However, I did not vet him when I bought him, so I have no idea what might come up on a vet check. He gets his SI injected each January and we did his hocks once, that’s it. We just had him scoped for ulcers, he had none.
Newcastle , CA
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