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MIMI - ONE IN A MILLION!! • Waltham Cross, UK

To a 10* home only! 

Mimi is a gorgeous 16.3 11 year old British warmblood mare who has previously competed consistently and placed at newcomers and has a great promising BS record. Great blood lines with Heartbreaker and Why Me.

Mimi is a horse who knows her job and is ready to go and win. She has jumped around 1m30 courses competitively in her previous home and she has the most loving personality, loves a fuss and has impeccable ground manners.

She’s been XC and proved she’d make a perfect event horse after some improvement on her flatwork which is rapidly improving. She has gorgeous paces and a loving attitude to work.

Mimi hacks alone or in company through the woods and fields and on the roads and is never strong.

This is a very sad and difficult sale, one which has taken a lot of thought however Mimi needs to be out winning and jumping regularly and this isn’t something we can offer her.

Perfect to clip, shoe, load, wash etc. I’m only selling her due to a change in discipline and her not being suitable, if I could keep her forever I would!! 

I have endless photos and videos of Mimi and she’s up to date with everything and based in Barnet. 10* home only! 

*Videos of her jumping big courses a few years back available*

£6000 inc Tack

General Information

Registered As MIMI - ONE IN A MILLION!!
Breed British Warmblood
Sex Mare
Height 16.3
Colour Grey
Born 2009


Allrounder / Amateur Jumpers / Show Jumper

Competition Results

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Veterinary History

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Ownership History

Years of Ownership Since Foal / Home Bred

Specific Needs or Requirements

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Specific Needs No recorded specific needs

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