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Laurel Carre
New Zealand

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Extreme Beauty and Presence


7 years old.


Dressage, Show Horses, Showing.


62.2 Inches | 158 Centimeters | 15.2 Hands


Hanoverian, Thoroughbred, Warmblood.


NZD 26000

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Marlborough, New Zealand

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Gallivonte is a 7 year old, red bay mare, 4 even white socks, medium star, outstanding conformation and muscled well, fit and show/dressage ready to go. Measuring 158cms, she has an enviable show record. From 6 shows last year she won 8 Champions, 3 Reserves, 2 Supremes, Rising Park of the Year Reserve and 2nd in her Open Park Hack class at HOY. Also many paced and mannered wins on her card. Two of her championshp wins were at Canterbury Show with Australian judges.

She has competed regularly in dressage winning winter and summer dressage series regionally and is currently graded level 3, but working at level 4 at home.
She has outstanding forward paces, and looks a picture when out competing.

I am five foot nine inches tall, and she is on the cusp being too small for me, in addition to which I have young horses waiting to be worked and time is very limited. All the hard work has been done with this mare. She has been carefully brought along, well settled and a pleasure to work with on the ground. she is not mareish when in season. She is much too precious to "ride on the road" or take up "forestry blocks" although she has been extensively treked and hacked out, and taken to our Equestrian Park to experience wide open spaces. She does not bond with other horses when out and happy to work and yard on her own. She has spent most of her life paddocked in the open.