This sweet guy has done it all—jumping, dressing, eventing clinics, trail rides, western saddle, English saddle, long-lining, etc. He is like a puppy dog trapped in a horse’s body and would follow you around all day if he could. I have owned him for the past 10 years and am sad that I just don’t have the time for him right now.
Viceroy loves attention and treats. He cross-ties, self-loads into the trailer, is cooperative for the farrier (has lovely feet), worming & vaccination program. He’s been blanketed to keep a nice coat, and even knows how to beg nicely for a treat.
He has very powerful hindquarters and can transition into a canter from the walk. He is good with lateral work and moves off the leg nicely. Viceroy collects up well and can perform a flying lead change if you set him up right. He likes a confident rider for times when he is afraid of something, but a pat on the neck goes a long way.
Viceroy is looking for a loving home where he will get daily turn-out time. He would do best with daily handling and attention.
Viceroy is out of the Dutch stallion Bolleem who was ridden by the Olympic rider Michael Poulin. Bolleem’s accomplishments as a Grand Prix dressage competitor are too numerous to mention, but highlights include 5th All Breeds Awards, 5th HOY Awards, selection for the USET developing horse list and the USET training list. Bolleem was an athletic, talented, and charming horse.