Milo's pedigree speaks for itself. As the son of Wamberto, who became the 2006 Champion of the KWPN Stallion Show with a dressage index of 168.8, and with grandparents Voltaire and Furioso II who was the most influential sire in sport horse history, it is no wonder Milo was classified as a Premium Colt. He was made for dressage, with a canter that is smoother than any other you have experienced and an extended trot that levitates him off the ground. He has just started to learn the canter pirouettes and passage. He is an in your lap kind of guy who loves attention and is extremely rideable for an amateur or a pro. As a youngster, he competed in the 3'-3'3" Hunters, but his true enjoyment is dressage. He is great on the trails, ties, clips, loads, no vices and never had a soundness issue. He recently competed in second and third level scoring in the 70's and is schooling fourth level at home. Contact Karen at 805-660-3494.