4yr Old Harlequin du Carel Eventer/Showjumper
- Animal Name: Harlely
- Price Range: POA
- Sire Name: Harlequin du Carel
- Dam Name: Slievemaoil Clover
- Damsire: Ricardo Z
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Hunter, Hunter/Jumper, Young Stock
- Sex: Gelding
- Year of Birth: 2013
- Colour: Chestnut
- Height: 16.2
- Training Levels: Intermediate
- Location: Dublin
This 4yr Old 16.2hh Gelding is a superb model not only having exceptional breeding but has all the talent that comes with it. Really level headed this guy is already out competing every week. He was bought last 3 and produced by his current owners with the view to selling him at the end of this season which is approaching. Lovely straight movement, he is very brave around a track of fences and careful with it. Really one for the future. Will excel in eventing but is not limited to this. Scopey enough to go forward in Showjumping and could turn his hoof to near enough anything. Genuine horse produced in Ireland ready for his competitive career to take off. He was placed in the young horse qualifiers coming fifth which are highly competitive here in Ireland! He’s currently jumping happily round 90cm training shows and has done a couple of the two phase competitions in killossery jumping double clears all day long. He loves his jumping/xc and He’s a gent around the stable and yard too. Not over produced and will hopefully get out to do a EI 90 in a couple of weeks. He comes with full clean X-rays which were done in July of this year. Great to hack out alone and in company and genuinely easy horse to have around the yard.
Open to Vetting and X-rays again at buyers expense.
Closest to Dublin Airport, of course we are happy to collect you from the airport and take you out to the yard if you would like to fly in and try him.
Transport Worldwide can be arranged for you easily.
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About The Seller
- Member Since: June 18, 2015
Listowel, Co. Kerry
Nagero Sport Horses is very much a family based business and was set up to promote the Irish horse as a leading athlete and competitor but also to promote it's all round appeal to the leisure rider. Our ethos is the same as the Irish Horse Gateway to promote and advertise through social media to a World Wide audience. We guarantee everything we sell that it is suitable for purpose and is described accurately. We also promote and advertise horses for clients that we have a trustworthy relationship with. If we don't have what you want we can source it for you! We have many contacts throughout Ireland and often hear of horses that aren't even advertised on the open market so it is always worth getting in touch either by email or phone if you are looking for something specific. We also offer Sales Livery for selling through ourselves or preparation for National Sales so please do get in touch if you think we can help you in any way. I am BHS and HSI qualified and have been riding since the age of six. I have coached, taught, competed in show jumping, dressage and eventing, run yards and worked in racing for many years. I still ride but rarely have the time to compete anymore, although that is on the agenda time permitting. Passionate about retraining of racehorses and have always promoted their use as an all-round riding horse. I am also a registered social worker. I have a large family and they all play their part. Tom is the work horse! Makes all the hay and does the farming side of things and is always the one we call on for long reining the unbroken youngsters. We also call him the Transport Manager as he does all the hauling around. Tom has ridden all his life but now prefers to stay on the ground! Emma is 27 and is also BHS qualified and show jumping is her passion. Emma spent 3yrs training in 3 of Ireland’s top showjumping yards. She is great at producing young horses ready for the start of their careers. Emma has backed all of our home bred horses, from the age of 12. Ritchie is 19 years old and also works in racing in Johnny Murtagh's yard and is hoping to get his conditional licence in the near future. Ritchie backs some of the ponies when he is at home as he is small and light. Lucy-Jane is 14 years old and is simply horse mad. Another show jumping fan and produces all the young ponies for us. Lucy-Jane is intending to begin her BHS exams when time permits. Lucy-Jane also backs the small ponies with bruises to show for it and is a member of the Duhallow Pony Club!
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