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Listed: July 9, 2020 9:03 am
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  • Animal Name: Boleybawn First Lady
  • Price Range: POA
  • Studbook: Irish Horse Register
  • Sire Name: Quidam Junior I (KWPN)
  • Dam Name: OBOS Delight (ISH)
  • Damsire: Rame Z (Hann)
  • Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Broodmare
  • Sex: Mare
  • Year of Birth: 2015
  • Colour: Bay
  • Height: 168cm
  • Training Levels: Advanced
  • Location: Wexford
01 Hazel Vilamoura
02 Hazel Vilamoura03 Hazel Vilamoura04 Hazel RDS photo 105 Hazel RDS photo 206 Hazel RDS photo 307 Loose jump 108 Loose jump 2


Introducing “Boleybawn First Lady”, a beautifully talented 2015 mare x Quidam Junior I (Quidam de Revel) x Rame Z (Ramiro Z) x Kildalton Gold.

FEI passport in 2020 and gained huge experience jumping clear in eight out of nine FEI 5yo international classes over 3 weeks in Vilamoura, Portugal (1.10m – 1.25m). Ready for any 5yo 2020 classes in Ireland or abroad this year.

Professionally started early 2019 and produced by top international Irish rider Michelle Kenny, this fantastic mare has done remarkably well in such a short space of time, qualifying in Mullingar for the highly competitive RDS 4yo Show Jumping class, then going clear in the RDS main competition itself and has also bred a foal in 2018. So no problem as a future top broodmare if relevant.

Huge scope over a fence. This mare is destined for the top. A wonderful temperament but with a seriously competitive edge. Dam jumped clear to 1.30.

Clean x-rays from November 2018.

Videos available at the following link:

FEI results:

Call for more info. +353 87 9965996. Serious enquiries only please.


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Contact Seller:David O'Donnell on +353 87 996XXXX show phone number

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About The Seller

  • Member Since: September 30, 2015
  • Seller Location: Gorey, Co. Wexford

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