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Flashy Filly Foal

Listed: September 14, 2020 6:26 pm
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  • Animal Name: CLF Mias Puzzle
  • Price Range: €5K - €10K
  • Sire Name: Exquis Powerfee
  • Dam Name: Vista de Muze
  • Damsire: Triomphe de Muze
  • Animal Type: Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Young Stock
  • Sex: Filly
  • Year of Birth: 2020
  • Colour: Bay
  • Location: Down
CLF Mias Puzzle
CLF Mias PuzzleCLF Mias PuzzleExquis PowerfeeVista Grande van het BoldershofCLF Mias Puzzle Breeding

Description

Vista de Muze aka Maisie foaled to the late 1.60m showjumping stallion Exquis Powerfee ridden by Jos Verlooy.

This is her first foal at 4 years of age; a beautiful big 16.3hh bay mare by Triomphe de Muze (Chin Chin) out of a Gratianus mare (Heartbreaker, Nimmerdor).

Maisies dam Vista Grande van het Boldershof jumped the HOYS Newcomers final and up to 1m40 before being retired and has produced several successful offspring to date.

Maisie’s half sister and brother (same Damline) are jumping 1m35 & 1m40 classes respectively and has another sibling showing huge potential Eventing.

A beautiful filly with amazing looks and a top quality make-up. She has a flashy and extravagant trot and top quality canter, showing strength and power beyond her years. All of which has been passed onto Mia.

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About The Seller

  • Member Since: May 20, 2020
  • Bio:

    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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