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Zazou Snow – great connections on Horse Scout


Zazou Snow: A striking Novice Event Horse, with considerable scope to progress, is for sale through Aaron Millar from his yard Aaron Millar Eventing at Court Farm in Dorset, and also advertised on the Horse Scout Horses For Sale pages.  This bold gelding with a careful but scopey  jump has been producing consistently across country.  Aaron says that he has a super temperament and is very easy to do, always a bonus when with the Farrier or being clipped!  He is a happy versatile horse who is as happy living out as in and has proved popular on Aarons yard.  A great choice as a mother daughter share or for a teenager who is coming off ponies.  He is fit, ready to compete and ready for his next five star home.

By Concorde, this flea bitten grey thoroughbred X is the perfect size as a mother daughter share of for the smaller rider, standing at 16hh he is connected to three of Horse Scouts Stallions at Stud namely:

Nameless R standing for The Stallion Company and for Select Stallions  so feel free to look at these horses through either this link or this one.

Another grey stallion also by Concorde is Umberto II who stands on the Isle of Anglesey and a third dark bay Rhenium Valentino  who stands in Brakenspa Stud farm, Bourne, Lincolnshire.

Aaron would be very happy to chat to you about Zazou Snow you can contact him through The Aaron Millar Professional Profile Page on Horse Scout by following the link here.

Aaron also has another lovely coloured horse, April Shower, who is also 16hh and is currently ridden by a light weight girl so a viewing of both horses would give potential buyers the choice.  This young mare is snaffled mouthed in all three phases and has been XC schooling and has hunted in for a season Ireland and completed some training shows. this attractive 5 year old has three smart paces making her a dream horse for a competitive teenager and an easy ride for Mum!

Aaron Millar has already featured on our blog talking about his career in a recent interview with Sam Lewis our Horse Scout reporter.  Read all about his career as a professional competition rider and the horses he trains on his yard here.