Meg Schools Cross Country

Check out Meg and Kim Harrison schooling Beginner Novice obstacles on a blustery day!

Megs Jump School

Meg with relaxation and rhythm through a line

Megs traffic safety demo

Worried about riding out where there might be traffic?  Not with Meg!  

Mega Luck: 2005 Connemara/Welsh Cob mare

A big moving mare in a 14h package!

Meggie Is a blast to ride!  She is a sensitive and extremely intelligent mare with  power, presence, suspension, and chrome.  She is the 2018 Region 3 half-bred reserve champion, green division and the 2007 Region 4 halfbred in-hand Champion.  She won the trail obstacle class and is a fantastic trail mount, alone or in company. She is a big and powerful mover, tracking up and with long forward reach. She knows her leads but does not have an automatic change yet.  She will round nicely, has started lateral work, and jumps with power and a forward attitude. She is currently in Training over fences with region III chairwoman Kim Harrison.  Next to school is a local eventing course. She placed third and fourth at training and intro levels  at local schooling shows, ridden by a junior.  Her Section D Welsh sire achieved championships in nearly every equestrian endeavor, including Grand Champion Cob, National Driving Champion, and Supreme Champion at WPCSA American Nationals.  Well bred, indeed.  (He is even a Breyer horse!)  Meg was also broken to drive and did some competing earlier in her life. We can imagine her tearing up the jumpers.  We can imagine her eventing, fox hunting, pony clubbing, and engaging in any sport that requires a horse with enthusiasm and the desire to use herself.  She would also be well placed in any breeding program.  Very forward, not for a beginner.  She is very affectionate and kind, has Impeccable ground manners, and is UTD on health in every way and is ready to go and do.

Aggressively priced at $6500 or best offer. Can be seen and tried in Moseley, VA.  


With her dam, Balmullo's Matilda

Her sire, Minyffordds Megastar,

Mega Luck sale video

See Meg and trainer Kim Harrison in the barn, on the flat, and over fences