€5K - €10K
overgrown connemara filly
- This item has been sold
- Animal Name: sally ann
- Price Range: €5K - €10K
- Guide Price: 5500
- Studbook: connemara breeders
- Sire Name: Gurteen dara
- Dam Name: Oilean Arann Beauty
- Damsire: windys boy
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Allrounder, Young Stock, Broodmare
- Sex: Filly
- Year of Birth: 15 apirl 18
- Colour: Grey
- Height: 15.2
- Training Levels: Novice
- Location: Down
Top class full reg connemara filly .
old style with bone and deep body .
clear hoof wall n/n
stands just under 15.2hh…should make full up
make top class show allrounder filly super straight mover no lumps bumps
check my page on facebook penanns stud
transpoter can be arranged any were
Contact Seller:penny CAMPBELL on show phone number
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