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Impulsion Unlimited is proud to present Larke, a beautiful, super sweet jet black Oldenburg mare by the Stallion L'Andiamo who is SOLIDLY schooling fourth level dressage and working PSG!

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  • She recently earned bronze for a former rider and has a successful show record through 3rd level.
  • She is not spooky, safe around kids, dogs, cats, and neighbor's high powered rifles.
  • She is a petite, compact, 16.0 hands, light, forward, elegant, and super fun to ride.
  • 13 years old
  • Larke is lovely in the bridle with great willingly forward energy.
  • She is NEVER marish, and comes out every day ready and willing to work.
  • Horses like Larke, at this price point sell very quickly!
  • Don't mess around waiting and miss out.

Larke is a wonderfully suited horse for a junior rider or an adult amateur rider desiring to learn from a Correctly Trained Dressage Horse.

She is in full training and Located in Huddleston Virginia.

If you are tired of looking at over priced horses in Florida or disappointed with the quality of training of horses you tried and ready to meet your match call Impulsion Unlimited today.

540-296-0836 and ask for Jeff or Sue or click the email link below.

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Lumi Lux- Imported AA Dream Horse

One of a kind - Amateur Dream Horse

Lumi Lux 7 years old irish imported sporthorse for sale



Registry: Irish Sport Horse

Birth year: 2009

Sire: Lux Z* (Holsteiner)

Height: 16.2

Sex: Gelding


Training: 2nd Level (starting changes)

Temperment: Off the charts!

Suitabiilty: Amateur

Price: $30,000



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16.1H Handsome Dark Bay Gelding

New Arrival - January 19th, 2016

9 years old, super disposition, dark bay branded HAN gelding. Man can this boy move! We will be setting pricing shortly and our intention is to match him ASAP so he will be priced to SELL.

Update: Sue sat him yesterday and is totally bummed that it is snowing.


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Trainers on our mailing list can expect more details in our Saturday marketing email! Or, give me a call Friday afternoon. Jeff

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New Arrival: Just in time for Spring!


This beautiful 2nd, schooling 3rd Black Mare is our most recent arrival. Sue is working to perfect her lead changes now. 2003  mare by Incantare. Registered Trakehner. She is forward, fun and ALWAYS willing to work and NEVER marish even when in heat with stallions on the property! She is sweet and lovable on the ground and fun with the right amount of spice under saddle. SHE NEVER SPOOKS! She is the fastest learner in the barn. Sue will have her solid 3rd in no time or you can and buy her now to avoid the price increase that comes with the training. She is sound with no bad manners, vices, medical or other issues. DON'T let this one get away!




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21 Things your Dressage Professional Should be Doing to EARN Their Commission


To most horse purchasers, paying a 10 to 15% commission to their professional seems like a lot of money for buying a dressage horse!

If your professional isn't doing or doesn't know what they should be doing TO EARN that commission, you are 100% correct.

Today, the vast majority of the buyers contacting ImpulsionUnlimited about horses for sale, are doing almost all of the work for their professional. Chances are that if you are reading this, you are in the majority and have a right to question commissions or better yet use the "21 Things" to get your professional ACTIVELY ENGAGED in the process to ensure you get you the best possible horse for your needs.


We firmly believe that a true "professional," worthy of a commission, should be fully engaged throughout all four phases of the buying process to EARN IT.


The Four Phases of the Buying Process

  • Finding the Right Candidates

  • Evaluating Finalists

  • Resolving Concerns

  • Finalizing the Decision

Within the four phases, we have identified 21 distinct best practices, performed by a handful of professionals.  To avoid long, costly searches and major mistakes when buying a dressage horse, your professional should follow these practices.

PHASE ONE: Finding the Right Candidates

1.  Help you to define your needs, goals, and objectives in detail and set a realistic budget.

Below is a link that expands on the first best practice that you can print.

How to find your dream horse in 90 days or less

2.  Click here and complete the form to request the entire list of 21 best practices.

Please note in subject line that you want the 21 best practices outline

To your SUCCESS!



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Impulsion Unlimited Testimonials

I recently purchased a horse from Impulsion Unlimited, and she  is working out great!    Jeff and Sue are easy to talk to and work with, and represented the horse honestly.  I am happy with the experience that I had with them.

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