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***Showjumper for sale***

Listed: May 24, 2020 1:53 pm
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  • Animal Name: Torebeag
  • Price Range: €15K - €20K
  • Guide Price: 17500
  • Studbook: Anglo European Studbook
  • Sire Name: Desir du chateau
  • Dam Name: Tulipsy
  • Damsire: Hermes de reve
  • Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Year of Birth: 2009
  • Colour: Chestnut
  • Height: 16.3hh
  • Training Levels: Advanced
  • Location: Down
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Description

**showjumper for sale ***

“Torebeag “ is a home bred 10 year old gelding by Desir Du Chaleau x Hermes De Reve x Quidam de Revel

Currently jumping 1.20m and has competed up to 1.35m .
Professionally schooled and produced .

Straightforward horse with a temperament to match

He would suitable for an Ameatur or children on horses competitor

Placings to date :
Cavan summer horse championship 1.20m 1st place
Tubberbride show 1.20m 1st place
Tubberbride show 1.20m 1st place
Tubberbride show 1.30m. 2nd place
Connell hill summer show 1.30m 2nd place
Ballinasloe premier & Grand Prix show 1.20m inc 6/7 year old Cavan classic 2nd place
Connell HIll spring league show 1.30m 4th place
National balmoral championships 5th place (day 1)
National balmoral championships 5th place (day2)

Open to vetting and xrays

contact Louise on :07835675334
or
Gerard on : 028 417 5233

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Contact Seller:Louise Doyle on 044783567XXXX show phone number

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About The Seller

  • Member Since: January 8, 2015
  • Seller Location: Newry, County Down

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