€5K - €10K
Beautiful filly foal
- Animal Name: CLF Izzy Bella
- Price Range: €5K - €10K
- Sire Name: Vittorio
- Dam Name: Fiona Bella
- Damsire: Consall B
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Young Stock
- Sex: Filly
- Year of Birth: 2020
- Colour: Bay
- Location: Down
Born 29th April 2020; Its a girl!!!
Fiona Bella foaled to the super 1.50m show jumping stallion Vittorio
Already Vittorio had 13 offspring sold at the Dutch Sport Horse Sales where they realised the incredible amount of E969000 between them.
Vittorio has offspring jumping at 1.50m and 1.60m already including the Grand Prix winning Don Diablo HX, Dittorio-S, Coupe de Foudre V, Barcelona, and Dakota to name a few.
“Iona” is a 16.1hh fully approved 2014 Bay Mare by Consall B. (Casall ASK, Quidam De Revel… Desir Du Chateau, Ekstein). During inspection Iona scored very highly specifically in her type, and canter, which she has already past onto her eldest stock .
The second dam of Consall B (Primavera is a half-sister to the double Olympic Eventing Champion Marius (CCI4*) and the international showjumpers Cefalo (approved Holsteiner and WSI stallion and 1.60 m. jumper), Sprite (1.60 m. jumper), Quantas (1.60 m. jumper), and Copyright (1.60 m. jumper).
The stallion Consall B was in training in Felix Hassmann. Due to being injured in training he had to be euthanised. He showed all the attributes needed in a top showjumper.
Fiona Bella was broken as a 3 year old to assess ride-ability, temperament and technique. She proved to be very athletic, responsive and calm when placed in new environments. She makes a beautiful bascule when jumping; and is easy to work with on the ground.
She passed her athleticism onto her first foal, Kiera Consall, who is a full sister to this latest edition CLF Izzy Bella.
Grandam Desir du Chateau (Quidam de Revel, Ekstein)
Will make a top class show jumper or eventer.
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About The Seller
- Member Since: May 20, 2020
Family run equestrian business, specialising in producing quality performance foals. Run by business partners Catherine Hanna who previously Show jumped up to and including Home International Level; and Nicole Galbraith who has Showjumped up to and including 1.20m as an amateur rider along side her full time career. Both have experience in breaking, producing, and breeding Showjumpers. Chisum Lea Farm is an extension of their experience; investing in Top Showjumping blood lines for the farms foundation mares whose dam lines are littered with 1.60m Showjumpers. These mares will be matched to Top International 1.60m Showjumping Stallions to produce the very best foals for sale.
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