€25K - €30K
Potential FEI Dressage Horse
- Animal Name: Laoch an Tanaiste
- Price Range: €25K - €30K
- Guide Price: 30000
- Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
- Sire Name: L'Espoir
- Dam Name: Angelina M2S
- Damsire: Don Laurie
- Animal Type: Dressage
- Sex: Gelding
- Year of Birth: 2012
- Colour: Chestnut
- Height: 16.2+
- Training Levels: Intermediate
- Location: Galway
Laoch an Tanaiste (meaning heir’s hero), or Pax, is a 6yo, eyecatching, chestnut gelding by L’Espoir (Lord Loxley/Warkant) out of our own mare Angelina by Don Laurie (Don Schufro/Lauries Crusader).
Pax was bred from some of the best continental bloodlines and born and reared in Ireland which is renowned for producing sound horses.
He is 16.2+hh with lovely paces and an exceptional canter.
Pax is competing at Medium level in Dressage Ireland competitions. He has started flying changes and will graduate to Advanced Medium soon.
Pax was Reserve Irish National Champion Preliminary level in 2017 and has definite potential for FEI levels.
He has a wonderful temperament, eager to please in his work, easy to box, shoe and clip.
Contact Seller:Vida Tansey on show phone number
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