Cape Cod Equestrian Center may have what you are looking for.
"Louie" is a 2009 Gelding out of the great Equitation mare CH-EQ Undulata's Time To Shine. Louie was shown in Pleasure in 2019 by a Junior Exhibitor. Reasonably priced, and ready to take you to the show ring
Congratulations to Todd White and Katey French on the acquisition of Jalapena Lena for their daughter, Ella White. Ella and "Hazel" will debut in the Senior Equitation Division in 2020. "Hazel" is formerly owned by Jonathan Fisher and will remain in training with Cape Cod Equestrian Center.
Congratulations to the Edstrom family and receiving trainers Kyle Gagnon and Devon Garone of Fairfield South on the acquisition of Undulata's Ol' Rosebud ERB for Jadyn Edstrom. "Brady" is formerly owned by Jeff, Stacy, and Avery Ochester.
Congratulations to Richard and Tonya Confer on the acquisition of Vive La Fantasia for their granddaughter Brooklyn Gaskill. Brooklyn and "Krystal" will debut in the 10 and under Walk and Trot division in the 2020 show season. "Krystal" is formerly owned by Ella White and will remain in training with Cape Cod Equestrian Center.
Congratulations to Brian and Jen Tyson on the acquisition of Bi Mi's Unforgettable Spirit for their daughter, Summer. "Spirit" is formerly owned by Jamie Nunn of North Star Equestrian Center, Claremont, NC. Cape Cod Equestrian Center is excited to pair Summer with "Spirit" for the 2020 Show Season.
Congratulations to the Lawrence family on the acquisition of Mr. Carlton Banks for Mallory Lawrence. Look for Mallory and Carlton in the Senior Pleasure Equitation Division in 2020. Carlton is formerly trained by Bob Brison of Fairview Farm, New Bloomfield, MO.
Congratulations to Isabella McGowan on your first horse, Make A Selection aka "Kevin". "Kevin" is formerly owned by Mallory Lawrence and will remain with Cape Cod Equestrian Center.
Congratulations to Lyle and Daneel Tapinos and receiving trainer Sarah Russell of Sarah Russell Stables on the acquisition of I Can Only Imagine for Mackenzie Tapinos. "Jasmine" is formerly owned by the Lunne family.