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Kapu Star on the Road

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Blog Update - 17th June 2013

Kapu Star is coming along well in his re-training and is pleasing us with everything he does.

Here is a short video of him trotting up the road during a recent ride out.

We went for 12km on that ride and he didn't cause a moments worry.

Apart from traffic, he had to contend with dogs rushing out, overturned rubbish bins and wind chimes dangling from letter boxes.

Not to mention horses charging up to the fence in paddocks along the road to see who the visitors were.

All in all a very sensible horse with good dressage movement and a nice jumping style.

Kapu Star is an ideal candidate for anyone looking for a quality equestrian thoroughbred.

Go here to view his profile on the Racehorse Outplacement Program web site.

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