Irish bred stallion for sale
- Animal Name: Derryinver Luxury Cruise.
- Price Range: >€100K
- Guide Price: $150k
- Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
- Sire Name: Lux z
- Dam Name: icing
- Damsire: cruising
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred
- Sex: Stallion
- Year of Birth: 2005
- Colour: Grey
- Height: 16-2 hh / 168cm
- Training Levels: Advanced
- Location: Meath
A lovely grand prix competition stallion, currently jumping 1.50m.1.55m and winning at this level. Very sound, would make a top 1.45m 1.50m speed horse for USA, easy to do in every way, doesn’t act like a stallion, full vetting with very good x rays. Might suit a junior or young rider, and he has a world class pedigree being by Lux Z out of a Cruising dam called Icing.
Contact Paul Larkin, +353 86 2509927, can be tried any time. He is currently in Ireland. Fit and ready to compete.
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Contact Seller:Larkin Brothers International Ltd on show phone number
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About The Seller
- Member Since: April 23, 2013
Larkin Bros. International Ltd was established in October 1997. In 2002 opened up the European market being the first to sell and export Irish horses to Latvia. Larkin Bros International are members of the Irish Horse Board, Irish Dressage Society, Royal Dublin Society, Meath Hunt and Tara Harriers. Larkin Bros int ltd (paul larkin) supply a lot of nice horses to the American market each year, we specialise in nice easy amateur horses, and showjumpers, just tell us what you want and we will find it for you, we will also give you a selling price which includes flight and quarantine to Usa, and we are very proud to sell nice sound easy and tallented horses. 011 353 86 2509927. and everyone is welcome to visit our impressive Facality any time, whether actively looking for a horse or just thinking about buying a nice horse, or if you need any help with sourcing or bidding at any of the horse sales in Ireland, we are available to help.
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