Legion of Escus Z
Legion is a coming 6yo/16.3hh/1350lbs registered Zangerscheide gelding, imported in March 2020. He has been exclusively started in dressage and is already doing 3rd level movements (half-pass in trot, flying lead changes, reinback-canter transitions). Legion is schooling 2'9" at home in CA and was shown in a baby jumper class at a local schooling show. In Europe, he was free-jumped up to 1.40m and participated in a performance testing competition for 3y-olds.
Legion has radiographs from August, 2021 and is currently UTD on all vet-related. He has no maintenance or special needs, no collic or lameness history, is an easy keeper (lives outdoors au naturale all year round) & has currently front shoes only. He stands for farrier, vet & chiro, cross-ties, bathes, loads, hauls, flies, trail rides & crosses water.
Legion is brave, honest, uphill & forward type. He has a highly trainable, puppy personality and loves his human. He has no buck/rear/bolt but can be looky due to his young age, so he is currently best suited for a professional or confident rider in a program. While he excels equally well in both disciplines, he loves to jump and possesses an excellent jumper pedigree. His sire Lord Argentinus (Lacros x Argentinus lines) has competed at 1.50m level. Damsire Nikidam du Chateau (1.50m) comes from Quidam De Revel (1.60m) and France's top showjumping broodmare Sophie du Chateau (1.40m)- the mother of Itot du Chateau among others. He has been also tested over some small XC fences, and while he is brave enough, I believe he has the potential to do only lower-level eventing due to going through a successful tie-back OP. He is been on a 6-day work schedule and has been exposed to in-walk dressage, double lunging, the Pessoa rig & the Equiband. I'm selling him due to personal reasons and would only do on-site trials and no leases.
Soquel, CA 95073
Niagara of Escus
Nikidam du Chateau
Horse Listing Disclaimer
ProEquest does not control, and is not responsible for, Content made available through the ProEquest.com site and Service, and, as such, does not guarantee or warrant any user or third party's products, horses, services, or representations. In particular, but without limitation, ProEquest is not responsible for the claims of any owner or seller regarding a horse(s) for sale or lease, including show records, health, performance, or fitness for a particular purpose. ProEquest strongly recommends that a pre-purchase exam be performed by the buyer's equine veterinarian of choice on any horse prior to purchase.