Quick Introduction to our 6 horses at AeS, we have 2 Mares and 4 Stallions
AeS RabeancoRabster is a 6 year old Holsteiner x BW. He's focused in Showjumping but has some issues with getting too over excited. He's a massive show off and a bit of a joker; he enjoys the attention and will do anything for it. He’s eager to please his rider but very competitive with other horses.
AeS CrookletCrook is a 7 year old BW with some experience in Endurance. Crook has never been in the spotlight and much prefers grazing and lazing around in the paddocks than working with the trainers, which is a shame because he has some great stamina and can go for miles when he wants to. He's a gentle soul and quite small for his age/breed but that doesn't stop him from having a protective mentality towards his favourite human Elsie.
AeS DonellyNelly is our youngest male at 5 years old. He's a Hanoverian x BW with extensive family ancestry. He's an all rounded, bundle of joy (which he gets from his dam). Nelly admires all the older stallions, he is always following them and copying their every move. He's also Diverse, he can pick up a lot of skills and talents just from watching others. Massive fear of buzzing (insects).
AeS DanjaaJaja is probably the favourite of the stable staff, He's a lovable rogue at the prime age of 9 years. He's a Warmblood Cross and is a dab hand at eventing but probably most talented at showjumping. However is completely unpredictable and has an aggressive and feisty temperament. He wouldn't hurt his rider on purpose but he always has to be boss. His best friend is a Donkey called Cotton.
AeS AriadneNipper is Dot's own jumping Hanoverian, at the tender age of 5, she still needs some training and some TLC. She's a pretty thing but not so little. Nipper is adored by Dot and has become a bit of a pernickety princess - she stands around looking pretty and enjoys sliced up apple and hair braiding.
AeS PlymbeebePlym was a gift to the stable by close friends, she's a 7 year old warmblood mix who is slowly being introduced to eventing and not just dressage. She's an all rounded perfect package. She's a nurturer, very caregiving and has strong mothering instincts as well as being completely bombproof. No loud noises or scary tarpaulin will frighten Plym. However, Plym is the louder and most vocal horse at the stable.
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