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5yo Classe VDL

Listed: March 3, 2019 11:38 pm
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  • Animal Name: Fourfields First Classe
  • Price Range: €15K - €20K
  • Guide Price: €17k
  • Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
  • Sire Name: Classe VDL
  • Dam Name: Wilhelmina
  • Damsire: Concorde
  • Animal Type: Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Hunter/Jumper
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Year of Birth: 2014
  • Colour: Brown
  • Height: 170cm
  • Training Levels: Intermediate
  • Location: Laois


A stunning 5yo gelding currently standing approx 170cm by Classe VDL who is by Chin Chin x Accobat, out of a Concorde mare. Dam line has produced a 7yo 1.20m showjumper in the UK already.

He has correct, expressive movement and a careful, bold, scopey jump. Short coupled, powerful, athletic stamp. Suitable to be produced on in any discipline, he has all the attributes of a top class horse.

Professionally broken and started correctly by 4* event rider, he has a lovely snaffle mouth and is responsive to the aids. Very balanced for his age.

Qualified for the 4yo young event championships at Osberton in England coming 3rd (double clear) at his qualifier.

He is being aimed at the Stepping Stones league and then the age classes and price will increase as he further develops.

Easy to do on the ground and no vices, lumps or bumps. One for the future! More photos and videos available on request.


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About The Seller

  • Member Since: December 11, 2018
  • Seller Location: Laois

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