Find talented jumping horses for sale from low level show jumping till Grand Prix in Holland, Europe. See our list of Dutch warmblood show jumping horses.
We offer sales & training of Dutch show jumping horses worldwide. We have talented jumping horses for sale with a big heart, good temperament, very ride able with scope and good reflexes.
Whether you’re looking for a young jumping prospect or a seasoned Grand Prix show jumping horse for sale, we will provide you with the accurate assessment and peace-of-mind to make an informed decision, bringing you closer to your dream jumping horse from Holland.
Please note, not all our horses are available online. Feel free to make inquiries for more information.
Show Jumping Horses for Sale
Our horses compete in Show jumping, also known as “stadium jumping”, “jumping horses”, “jumper classes” a member of a family of English riding equestrian events. Show jumping classes are commonly seen at horse shows throughout the world, including the Olympics. Sometimes jumping shows are limited exclusively to jumping horses, sometimes jumping classes are offered in conjunction with other English-style events, and sometimes show jumping is but one division of very large, all-breed competitions that include a very wide variety of disciplines. Jumping classes may be governed by various national horse show sanctioning organizations, such as the United States Equestrian Federation in the USA. However, international competitions are governed by the rules of the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI). For show jumping news and results visit World of Show Jumping.
Our show jumping horses for sale in Holland have the scope and courage to jump large fences as well as the athletic ability to handle the sharp turns and bursts of speed necessary to navigate the most difficult courses. Many breeds of horses have been successful show jumpers, and even some “grade” horses of uncertain breeding have been champions. Most jumping horses for sale are tall horses, over 16 hands, usually of Warmblood or Thoroughbred breeding, though horses as small as 14.1 hands have been on the Olympics teams of various nations and carried riders to Olympic and other international medals. There is no correlation between the size of a horse and its athletic ability, also tall horses do not necessarily have an advantage when jumping. Nonetheless, a taller horse may make a fence appear less daunting to the rider. Ponies (horses smaller than 14.2 hands) also compete in show jumping competitions in many countries, usually in classes limited to riders under the age of 17 or 18. Pony-sized horses may, on occasion, compete in open competition with adult riders.