€1K - €5K
Class 1 Connemara Performance Broodmare
- Animal Name: Rushlawn Stardust
- Price Range: €1K - €5K
- Studbook: 12545
- Sire Name: Moy Hazy Cove
- Dam Name: Toureen Stardust
- Animal Type: Broodmare
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 1999
- Colour: Grey
- Location: Clare
Rushlawn Stardust Class 1 Connemara Performance Breeding Mare. Bred Rushaun Gwennic 2016 3year old Clifden Loose Jumping Champion. Rushaun Gwennic was placed 4th in Clifden Connemara Green Hunter 2017.
Sire is Moy Hazy Cove, her dam is by Abbeyleix Owen old bloodlines. She is scanned in foal to Loughmore Rambler.
Contact Seller:Colman McDonagh on show phone number
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