15.2hh 4yo Irish Cob gelding. Top quality allrounder who will have a go at anything!
Jim Doyle is a stunning model. Compact, correct, well marked and doesn't feel like you're riding a table! Potential to show as a maxi cob but has shown the aptitude to be able to try his hand at pretty much anything!
Jim Doyle is showing promising work in the school despite him finding it a bit boring! He moves very well across all three paces and is light both on his feet and in the hand with a mouth like butter. Weak and wobbly in the school due to age but he is obedient to the aids and really tries hard to please, a balanced rider makes all the difference to him. With his paces and trainability he has all the potential to do a super test with the right production. He has not been over produced and is currently benefitting from a well rounded education of hacking, fun rides, cross country schooling and local shows to establish the basics.
Very sweet round a course of fences and is out jumping at shows and clear rounds. Not at all phased by fillers or different environments and he is easy to take out and about. Has done fun rides and cross country schooling, always behaving impeccably. Has been done very sympathetically, always jumps everything first time and has schooled water, ditch and bank. Would look very impressive on the hunt field and has all the potential to make a super hunter. Has done hound exercise where he behaved impeccably.
Loves hacking, goes on his own or in company and really marches out. Good on the roads and in open spaces, always ridden in a snaffle. No vices or quirks, straightforward horse for a competent rider, with a personable, friendly disposition and enough character to make him more than just a kickalong cob. He is a lovely boy that has been ridden here confidently by all levels of rider but has enough about him to not be an idiots ride.
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