Horse Name: TDR Sjoerd's Golden Intrigue (aka Indy) – Consigned by: Stephen Richards – Provo, UT – 2011 Mare – Registration: Registered Friesian Sport Horse – 15'2 Hand – Disposition: 1 (Anyone Can Ride) – Temperament: 3 (Average)
Experience in: Trail Riding / Western Pleasure / Dressage
“Indy” is a beautiful Dapple Buckskin registered with the International Friesian Show Horse Association (IFSHA). She is a Mare with exceptional breeding. Coming (11) years old, she is a strong, solid, beautiful mover that is anxious to please. A real head turner with a beautiful head, build and movement. She has all the basics, is easy to catch, saddle, clip, tie, trailer, respectful on the ground, good for the farrier, and is good in the arena and on the trail. She is 1/2 Friesian, 1/4 Quarter Horse and 1/4 Arabian. After being kept in California for a couple years, she has been in professional training in Heber City UT for several months with Liam Duke, who will also being showing her at the sale. Luke is happy to share his opinion of this beautiful mare! She will come tuned up and ready to go on sale day. Check out the video below to see her walk, trot, canter, lay down and move laterally.
Beyond her looks and abilities, her breeding really stands out! Her Sire, Sjoerd, is truly a renowned stallion in the Friesian world. At just six years old, Sjoerd had amassed 38 Lifetime World/Grand Champion National Champion titles. Within a few years thereafter, Sjoerd was a 60 Time World Grand National Champion with 73 Regional Championships to his credit. Sjoerd was named the United States Equestrian Federation Horse of the Year for 2011 and the only one of his breed to have twice been named the USEF Friesian Horse of the Year. Check out Sjoerd’s videos at Horse Stars Hall of Fame at http://www.horsestarshalloffame.org/inductees/32/sjoerd.aspx. Sjoerd has been a Champion in every division with amateur and junior riders demonstrating his versatility and trust. He won across the country, picking up championships in California, Colorado, Ohio and Virginia. He won with multiple riders across divisions at the same show, exemplifying his ability to adapt to different styles of riding in the different classes he contested. He won Equitation, Dressage, Driving, Liberty, Walk/Trot, English Pleasure, Trail, Hunt Seat Pleasure, Saddle Seat, Western Pleasure, Costume, Junior and Amateur Classes.
If you have the time, Indy has the talent. If you just want a great mare to ride and/or to breed, Indy may be a great choice for you. FMI Call 801-971-9183