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This is Our Sister Gina,  we lovingly call her Sera for Seranade.  I acquired Sera two years ago at a small farm in North Carolina where she had been rescued by a wonderful woman along with two other thoroughbreds.   I brought her home, plumped her up, had her vetted and started riding her.  We have had a lot of fun and learned a lot about dressage riding on this mare.  She knows a lot more than I do.  We have also ridden her on trails and had lots of fun.  Sera does jump, but I am not huntseat trained and feel I am to old to start jumping horses now, so…

I have been taking lessons on Sera from time to time over the past two years.  She has also been ridden by some of my more advanced students and taken to a show or two.  However, the shows were hunt seat shows and she was shown in equitation.  I have come to the point in my life where I want to slow down.  I would much rather ride a smaller horse (Sera being 16.1) .  So I have come to the area where I am putting Sera up for sale.   She would be a wonderful horse for an advanced intermediate teenager or adult student who wants to learn dressage.  She is very well train, has a wonderful trot and easy going canter.  I have no doubt she would do well in shows, but I am not into showing. 

If interested you can contact me through sherry@baymountacres.com or call 704-902-7345.

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