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Santos 716

Sandy, as he’s fondly called in the barn, is a 2006 14.2h chestnut New Forest pony bred in Germany. His junior rider has long outgrown him and he’s ready for his next big adventure after recently moving with his family from Germany to the US. Sandy has been a wonderful, sound and healthy pony for his currently family the last several years. He has a great work ethic with many gears depending on the needs of the rider. He’s been in training for the last two months after inconsistent work due to the family’s move and he’s progressing well. Sandy shows great talent for lateral work and we anticipate him progressing to third level by spring or summer if he has not yet found a new home by then. He is currently barefoot and a very easy keeper. As a bonus, this sweet boy comes with his own custom Hennig saddle as well as his snaffle bridle. Rider in the pictures and video is 5’6. Sandy’s video can be found here https://youtu.be/OcwSd8Ezcwk  
For more information, please contact Lindsey Culver at 636-698-4910 or lindsey@catlinfarm.com
Asking $25,000












Congratulations to Cathie Cross on the purchase of Nexie, Lisa Holderle on the purchase of Zantus,
Susan Smith on the purchase of Diamant and Lindsey Culver on the purchase of Penny Lane!
All 4 horses were found by Lindsey in Denmark.

Cathie, Susan, Lisa, and Lindsey enjoying their group horse shopping trip in Denmark.







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