Tarraleah Samosa


Pedigree

Tarraleah Samosa Samarant Sandro Hit
Bellvue
 Moskova KEI
Diamond B Challenger
Maania


Description

Inca is a lovely young mare by Samarant, who was a German bred stallion sired by Sandro Hit out of a Brentano 11 mare. Samarant was Reserve County Champion Hanoverian and a National Young Horse Finalist. Sandro Hit is a prolific producer of world class dressage horses. Brentano 11 has also produced many international dressage horses. Inca's dam, Moskova KEI, competed in dressage and eventing and was awarded the title of East Coast Champion Arabian Warmblood Mare under Saddle. She herself is by Diamond B Challenger who was an FEI dressage horse, and was listed on the National Elite Dressage Squad. Diamond B Challenger is by Sky High, who was a Grand Prix showjumper and World Cup representative with Chris Chugg. And Moskova KEI's dam was a mare called Maania, an Arabian imported from Germany. With these bloodlines Inca is sure to excel in any discipline. She is certainly pretty enough to show, with an expressive trot, and holds herself in a lovely frame. She can also jump, but has had limited training. Inca has had several dressage outings in 2014, and competed at the Crookwell Show in the led hack class (under 16hh and over 15hh) which she won, and also came 2nd in her ridden novice class. She has also been to one ODE at in Canberra March 2014, and has had one outing to the Goulburn and District Show Jump Club. Her most recent outing was to the Goulburn Dressage and Training Day 16th May 2015, and again was very well behaved and received positive comments from the judge. Inca is 15.2hh, very sweet, loves attention, very easy to prepare and take out competing. She has just had her first outing for the new year on 16th January 2016, again to the GDC Training day, she is just one of those horses that gives you no bother and does exactly what you ask, she was just brilliant to take out. Will make an exceptional horse for a junior or smaller rider who just wants a no fuss horse to take out and have fun on. Inca's first outing for 2017 was on the 4th February to the Goulburn Dressage Competition where she came 3rd in the 1.2 with 70.5%, she really is the easiest horse to take anywhere.

$8,800


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04/02/2017 - Click here
16/01/2016 - Click here


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