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Eventing Connemara Pony

Listed: July 15, 2017 6:43 pm
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  • Animal Name: Breeogue Breeze
  • Price Range: POA
  • Studbook: Connemara
  • Sire Name: Gurteen Paddy
  • Dam Name: Furry Grey
  • Damsire: Earl of Castlefrench
  • Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Pony
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Year of Birth: 2011
  • Colour: Grey
  • Height: 148
  • Training Levels: Novice
  • Location: Armagh
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Description

Breeogue Breeze is what you expect from a Connemara Pony , kind nature and willing to please every time.
Breeogue Breeze , is competing at Eventing Ireland P100 and has won 3 consecutive events and placed 2 nd. Lovely loose free paces and great jumper , brave xc. Produced with the bigger picture in mind. Snaffle ride honest and trainable pony with more to come and has the signs of a top class FEI pony for the future
Winner of the Connemara Performance Qualifier for RDS from a field of 30 and was the only clear.

Contact Seller:Cullen Equine Solutions on 0044 771088XXXX show phone number

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About The Seller

  • Member Since: October 15, 2015
  • Seller Location: 33 Clare Rd Gilford Craigavon Co ARMAGH
  • Bio:

    We have produced a number of young horses for the FEI Eventing World Championships @mondail du lion Wee Hot Toddy 5th , CCH Allure 25th , The Irish Scot 21st . Winner of Necarne Castle International ,Produced the Irish Sport Horse Stallion GLENHILL GOLD Winner of Ballindensik CCI***, 8th FEI Eventing World Cup , 5th Bramham CIC*** . Member of the European Championship Squad Punchestown.

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