€10K - €15K
- Animal Name: Forget Me Lad
- Price Range: €10K - €15K
- Studbook: Irish Horse Register
- Sire Name: Carrick Diamond Lad
- Dam Name: LISDUF FLYER
- Damsire: PHARDANTE
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Dressage
- Sex: Gelding
- Year of Birth: 2016
- Colour: Chestnut
- Height: 16’3hh
- Location: Meath
Approx 16.3 5 year old homebred chestnut gelding.
Carrick Diamond Lad out of a TB mare.
Full recorded breeding (photo attached)
This gelding has a wonderful temperament works well on flat.
Has a good jump has schooled cross country and schooled over small course of fences.
Hacks alone & in company
Good to shoe, box & turn out with others etc
Open to vetting
This guy will go far in the right hands full brother is currently evening in the UK (Carrick Diamond Flyer)
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Contact Seller:Shauna Smith on show phone number
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