€15K - €20K
- Animal Name: bbk Sumaya
- Price Range: €15K - €20K
- Studbook: Irish
- Sire Name: Ballynolin Dudley
- Dam Name: Cut the Corner
- Damsire: Cut the Mustard
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Eventer, Showjumper
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 2015
- Colour: Bay
- Height: 17h
- Training Levels: Intermediate
- Location: Down
bbk Sumaya is an Irish sport horse brought on slowly, traditionally breed with 57.1% Th blood. broken as a 3 year old rested and put in foal to Arkan, colt foal born june 2019 bbk Flynn. brought back into work jan 2020 and now jumping 90/100 with clear rounds. Sumaya’s temperament is first class and loves to learn, very forgiving, careful and forward going would suit anyone looking to Event or Show Jump. easy to load, shoe, hack out and not bothered by traffic.
Sumaya has all the qualities and ability to take any rider to advanced level with time, a future winner and horse for life.
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- Member Since: August 14, 2020
Portaferry BT22 1PY
Local Horse breeder from Co Down looking to breed the next champion for others to ride
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