€1K - €5K
10yo French Buffet Broodmare with Irish draft colt foal
- Animal Name: Kilnaboy Fallna
- Price Range: €1K - €5K
- Guide Price: 2,500
- Sire Name: French Buffet
- Dam Name: Pinewood Diamond Girl
- Damsire: Covers Diamond Boy
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Allrounder, Broodmare
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 2011
- Colour: Bay
- Height: 167cm
- Training Levels: Novice
- Location: Clare
10YO French Buffet Broodmare with a 4week old Irish Draft Colt foal at foot.
This is a traditionally bred Mare with Master Imp and Diamond Lad pedigree.
Contact Seller:Pat McCORMACK on show phone number
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