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Talented 5 year old Stallion

Listed: April 19, 2017 2:12 pm
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  • Animal Name: Castlebridge Cassius
  • Price Range: POA
  • Studbook: ISH
  • Sire Name: Cardento
  • Dam Name: Bella Donna Van De Zuuthoeve
  • Damsire: Thunder Van De Zuuthoeve
  • Animal Type: Showjumper, Stallion at Stud
  • Sex: Stallion
  • Year of Birth: 2012
  • Colour: Grey
  • Height: 17hh
  • Training Levels: Advanced
  • Location: Kildare


‘Castlebridge Cassius’ is a talented 5 year old homebred stallion by the very well renowned Sire ‘Cardento’ and out of a dam who competed successfully herself up to 1.40m level. She has already bred two 1.30 jumpers. ‘Castlebridge Europa’ is competing at 1.30 level in the US.

Cassius is competing up to 1.20m level at present and will be aimed for the 5 year old age classes. He has 80 sji points to date.
Last year he won the 4 year old RDS qualifer at The Meadows Equestrian in May and competed successfully in the prestigious “MO CHROI” 4 YEAR OLD National Championship at the Royal Dublin Horse Show in July. He was also joint 1st place in the 4 year old final at the “Irish Breeders Classic” in September being 1 of only 5 horses to jump double clear over 4 days out of 45 horses.

He is an extremely straightfoward and well mannered stallion who has the scope and potential to become a top Grand Prix horse. He rides very well on the flat with good lead changes.
No vices.
Open to any vetting.
Located in Co.Kildare ( approx 40 mins from Dublin Airport).

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  • Member Since: August 13, 2013
  • Seller Location: Meath

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