€10K - €15K
8yo Allrounder Mare
- Animal Name: Rockfield Robin
- Price Range: €10K - €15K
- Guide Price: €12,000
- Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
- Sire Name: Robin De La Maison
- Dam Name: Rockfield Blackcat Surprise
- Damsire: Ard Black Cat
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 2015
- Colour: Grey
- Height: 16.1h
- Location: Meath
Lovely 8yo 16.1 hand traditional Irish Sport Horse mare. This allrounder mare has been produced slowly, eventing successfully at EI100 level and has 53 SJI points, jumping up to 120. Easy going mare and can be left off and picked up with ease. Hacks out alone or in company.
Forward going and quick to turn in jumping so would potentially suit amateur showjumper.
Open to xrays and vetting. Price is negotiable to the right home. Videos available via WhatsApp
Contact Seller:Declan Crowley on show phone number
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