Traditional 3yo Event Horse
- Animal Name: Unnamed
- Price Range: POA
- Studbook: Horse Sport Ireland
- Sire Name: Superior Premium
- Dam Name: Bing Power
- Damsire: Tomgar Power Crest
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Eventer, Showjumper
- Sex: Gelding
- Year of Birth: 2014
- Colour: Bay
- Height: 16.1h
- Training Levels: Novice
- Location: Wexford
This is a straight and correct athletic horse with super temperament. He is a half brother to Bay My Hero and should make a successful event horse.
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Contact Seller:Bryan Maguire on show phone number
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About The Seller
- Member Since: October 20, 2014
Breeder of Rolex Kentucky CCI4* winner Bay My Hero (William Fox-Pitt)
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