Current Horses for Sale

Blizzard of Ozz "Ozzy"

Blizzard of Ozz, known in the barn as Ozzy, is an unraced 2012 Chestnut TB gelding standing at 16.0 hands. He is a true sweetheart and always eager to please. Ozzy has a stout, athletic build which makes him stand out from most thoroughbreds. While sensitive and forward, he is not suited for timid or overly strong riders. With this being said, Ozzy is extremely brave and not spooky in the slightest. Ozzy has been in a training program with his owner (a dedicated teen) over the last couple of years. Though he spent most of his earlier life in a pasture, Ozzy has seamlessly transitioned into the world of eventing. This year (2023) he attended his first schooling shows for dressage and .80m jumpers, as well as a recognized event at the Beginner Novice level. He excels in competition environments and loves to jump (especially on XC). Ozzy also shines in the dressage court with excellent movement, but needs an experienced rider to channel his forward energy in the right direction. He has schooled courses in the .90s at home and could certainly go higher with more experience. Schooled through 2nd level in dressage and has clean, straightforward changes. Goes in a snaffle in all 3 phases. No soundness issues, currently only shod up front with frog support. General maintenance has been done (recent hock injections for the first time as well as regular adequan/pentosan as preventative maintenance). Always kept UTD on vaccines, teeth, coggins, worming, etc. Ozzy hauls/loads perfectly, is great for vet & farrier, clips, ties, gets along great with other horses in pasture/turnout, and is amazing on trails. Absolutely no buck, bolt, or rear. He needs a fair, kind rider due to his sensitive personality. We would love to see Ozzy go to a home to continue his eventing career. Due to the owner going off to college, Ozzy is offered for sale. However, having an excellent forever home is most important to us, so we are not rushed to sell. 

For serious inquiries please contact Katherine Schultz at (770) 298-0306 (text is best) or