€1K - €5K
10 Year Old ISH Mare
- Animal Name: Conor Pass Lady
- Price Range: €1K - €5K
- Guide Price: 5000
- Studbook: Horse Sport Ireland
- Sire Name: The Travller
- Dam Name: Miss Filice
- Damsire: Filice De Champeix
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Hunter, Broodmare
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 2010
- Colour: Skewbald
- Height: 160
- Training Levels: Advanced
- Location: Offaly
✨10 Year Old ISH Mare ✨
Brandi sire The Traveller (ISH)is and the Dam is Miss Filice (ISH).
Brandi is 160cm in height. She is working very sweetly on the flat and has three easy paces, carries herself very well and does her flying changes with ease.
Brandi is currently jumping around a course of 1.20m+. She is nice and forwarding going and shows great technique over the fences. She has also done several SJAI shows over the years but couldn’t reach her true potential due to lack of time. She has also done cross country and hacks out alone or in company.
This stunning mare has a great temperament and is easy to do in every way. She is easy to shoe, wash, load, clip.
She would make a great showjumping horse, eventer or and all round excellent horse.
Brandi would suit somebody that is coming off ponies and going on to horses.
She is open to any vetting. Brandi windstucks therefore her price reflects this.
Transport can be arranged to anywhere at clients expense.
Please message me for vidoes.
Contact Seller:Croghan Hill Conamara Ponies on show phone number
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About The Seller
- Member Since: June 18, 2019
Croghan Hill Connemara Ponies was established by Shannon Mc Caffrey Quinn and Devon Murray in 2018 and is a family run business in the heart of county Offaly in Ireland. We have a top selection of broken/unbroken Connemara Ponies for sale aged 3+ that are professionally broken and trained to the highest of standard. We buy ponies from all over Ireland, break them/ bring them on and find them a new loving home. Our Ponies would be suitable for Showjumping, Hunting, Cross Country and Working Hunter classes and can be transported to anywhere in the world if required. If you are looking for great Connemara please message us so that we can help find your perfect pony. The Connemara pony is a pony breed originating in Ireland. They are known for their athleticism, versatility and good disposition. The Connemara is best known today as a sports pony. Ridden by both children and adults, it is considered to be a very versatile pony breed, competitive in show jumping, dressage and eventing, but also with the stamina for endurance riding. Although the Connemara pony as we know it is officially a native breed of our country, its origins are mainly from Scandinavia and Spain. In 795 AD, an earlier version of the breed was among the many things the Vikings brought with them to Ireland, but it wasn’t until the Spanish Armada ran aground in 1588 that the Connemara pony was formed. When the Spanish sailors of the armada unexpectedly found themselves in Galway in 1588 their Andalusian horses were set loose and began to breed with the wild Scandinavian ponies in the Connemara mountains. A new breed was born, bringing with it some of the best qualities of the two parent breeds. The Connemara pony is Ireland’s only native breed, with a history that some believe dates back to the ancient Celts. The Celts, who were skilled horsemen, developed the Pony from Scandinavian ponies that the Vikings first brought to Ireland.
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