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3 year old gelding by Kennedys Clover eventing / showjumping

Listed: August 12, 2017 10:52 am
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  • Animal Name: Unnamed
  • Price Range: €5K - €10K
  • Studbook: irish horse register
  • Sire Name: Kennedys Clover (ISH)
  • Dam Name: Ballinamuddagh Errigal (ISH)
  • Damsire: Errigal Flight (ISH)
  • Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Hunter/Jumper, Young Stock
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Year of Birth: 2014
  • Colour: Bay
  • Height: 16.1
  • Location: Wexford
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He is a quality horse with good movement, nice temperment and shows lots of ability when jumping showing good potential to become a top class event horse
Closely related to Big Owl eventing successfully in the UK


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About The Seller

  • Member Since: July 31, 2014
  • Seller Location: Wexford
  • Bio:

    Ballinamuddagh stud is based in County Wexford in the south east of Ireland 40mins from Rosslare Europort and 1 hour 40 mins from Dublin airport. All our horses and ponies are home bred on the farm. McCabe family has a long and proud history of breeding Horses which goes back generations. We proudly promote traditional quality Irish bred horses. A breeding ground for producing quality bred horses for showing, show jumping, eventing, leisure and hunting. As a breeder and producer of Irish Sports Horses we have a selection of horses for sale from foals up to older riding horses. All our stock are given time to mature before been brought in to be broken, ridden and produced slowly. At all times we have a selection of horses and ponies to suit the majority of equine enthusiasts

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