CA Destiny Gro+
Polish/Spanish Arabian Mare
*Grojor (By *Exelsjor) x Satanca (By *Figaro)
1997 15.1 hh Polish/Spanish Arabian Mare
Arabian Horse Association Recipient of LEGION OF HONOR.
Regional winner in Hunter Hack, Dressage (Training & First Level), and Sport Horse In Hand. Class "A" wins in Sport Horse Under Saddle, Sport Horse In Hand, Hunter Pleasure, and Hunter Over Fences (2' - 2'9"). Wins in Combined Training. Received scores in the mid-70s & mid-80s (out of 100) for conformation/in-hand classes countless times.
"Des" is a big bodied and fancy purebred Arabian mare. She is exceptional to learn on as she has had upper level dressage schooling (tempis, half pass, passage, piaffe). As a younger mare, she was professionally trained by USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist, Amber Clark (www.amctraining.net). She has easy lead changes, easy lateral work, and loves attention, treats and a good grooming or massage. Des is extremely talented, well trained and a great mover with excellent hind end push! Des schools in a Dee ring or eggbutt rubber, french link snaffle or Happy Mouth mullen mouth snaffle. Des is very much "in your pocket" and absolutely loves her grooming sessions. She has good form over fences with square, tight knees and good use of neck & back. She was leased for low level hunter/dressage work from January 2017 until August 2017. Riders of all levels love Des for her willingness to please, responsiveness to the aids, and her "work ethic."
Some of Her Show Results:
* 2006 Region 12 Championships - Champion Arabian Hunter Hack AOTR 2'6" out of 8 horses
* 2006 Region 12 Championships - Reserve Champion A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level ATR (with junior rider) out of 11 horses
* 2006 Region 12 Championships - Top Four A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level Open out of 27 horses
* 2006 Region 12 Championships - Top Four Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR out of 19 horses
Legion of Merit "+" recipient from the Arabian Horse Association for competition points earned in both performance and in-hand classes. Des also helped Jessica Gilker earn her Rider Achievement Award through AHA as well.
Click here to see video of Des from July 2017.
Click here to see a clip of Des jumping in August 2017