QUIDAM JR 16.2 2015 SHOWJUMPER
- 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
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: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtCpIMG_QmBr5qgFboImrnXrK2Nt-HtCQ
FEI results: https://data.fei.org/Horse/Performance.aspx?p=44A5F089CC2B0C54ABDE9F84CB6BD632
Call for more info. +353 87 9965996. Serious enquiries only please.
This video was added by the seller and Horse Sport Ireland has no responsibility for the accuracy or content contained within.
Contact Seller:David O'Donnell on show phone number
4450 total views, 8 today
Horse Sport Ireland Export T/A Irish Horse Gateway does not control, and is not responsible for, content made available through the IrishHorseGateway.ie site and service, and, as such, does not guarantee the accuracy of the content contained within or warrant any user or third party's products, horses, services, videos or representations. In particular, but without limitation, Irish Horse Gateway is not responsible for the claims of any owner or seller regarding a horse(s) for sale or lease, including records, health, performance, or fitness for a particular purpose. The Irish Horse Gateway is not responsible for the contents or reliability of any other websites to which we provide a link and we do not expressly or otherwise, endorse the views and/or content expressed within those sites.
Got an idea?
Irish Horse Gateway Video
Popup Currency Calculator
Irish Horse Gateway News
Following discussions between Horse Sport Ireland, The Department of Agriculture, Food and The Marine, and the organisers of several registered Horse and Pony Sales in Ireland, dates have been set for the resumption of sales, with each sales company introducing strict protocols aimed at ensuring that all Covid-19 public health measures, contact tracing, social distancing […]
The Cavan horse sales will commence tomorrow, Tuesday 1st October at Cavan Equestrian Centre. On Tuesday there will be the sale of Young Stock Sport Horses, then on Wednesday the sale of Registered Irish Draughts. Wednesday following, 9th September, will be the sale of Performance Horses and Ponies. Tomorrow’s sale will consist of four 2-year-olds, […]
It has been an incredible year for the Irish-bred horse at the top level of Eventing, with Irish horses winning the three biggest five-star events consecutively in 2019. The first ever newly categorised five-star event, the Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Event was won by world-class Cooley Master Class (ISH) with Oliver Townend (GBR) back […]