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Showjumping Pony – Connemara Cross – By Silver Shadow

Listed: August 1, 2019 11:40 am
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  • Animal Name: Silver's Bounty (Ted)
  • Price Range: POA
  • Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
  • Sire Name: Silver Shadow (CP)
  • Dam Name: Bounty's Destiny
  • Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Hunter/Jumper, Endurance, Ponyclub, Pony
  • Sex: Gelding
  • Year of Birth: 2009
  • Colour: Skewbald
  • Height: 147cm
  • Training Levels: Advanced
  • Location: Galway
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Description

Silvers Bounty (Ted) is a super jumping pony, he is by the phenomenal Silver Shadow stallion.

He has competed registered on the SJI circuit with a young rider in Galway last year.

He has a super pop and plenty of scope.

He is currently jumping in Working Hunter and at unregistered showjumping due to Riders age over 1.10m course and schooling at home over 1.20m fences.

He has been professionally trained and has well established paces, a very Sweet Pony with a Can Do and Will Do attitude and plenty of scope.

No Vices.
Easy to handle, shoe, wash, clip, travel, etc.
Does require a confident rider though so this is not a Beginners pony.

Contact us today of you are looking for a Performance Pony.

WhatsApp for videos / info to +353 86 32 44 077

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Contact Seller:Diamonds Equine & Connemara Performance Ponies Renvyle on +35387641XXXX show phone number

Listing ID: 6265b61edbb637b1

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About The Seller

  • Member Since: July 14, 2016
  • Seller Location: Connemara
  • Bio:

    Situated in Renvyle, Connemara, we have been breeding and training ponies for many, many years now and have a long line of successful champion ponies in our lineage. Here at Diamond’s Equine we specialize in the training of potential champion performance and competition Connemara ponies. We start their career at 3 years old and gradually develop their understanding and ability and after a patient learning experience they are ready for sale as a 5 year old, top quality Connemara Performance Pony. We also source broken and riding Connemara ponies and continue to train and bring them on to a level of performance before we find them a suitable home. We have a large well stocked facility and wide choice of excellent quality ponies on hand, for sale all year round. We work intensively on our ponies and strive to make them reach the highest level of performance. All of our Connemara ponies are subject to a rigorous veterinary examination to ensure that you buy a healthy well trained potential champion. We are home to Silver Shadow and Ice and Fire d’Albran, two of the most successful Connemara Performance Ponies, both Grade A Show-jumping Stallions who have excelled throughout Europe and are now both available for A.I. their bloodlines being some of the most sought after in the Connemara Performance Industry. Home also to Sea Storm - 2018 Clifden Puissance Winner and Team Ireland winner at RDS Dublin Horse Show & Clifden. We pride ourselves on being one of the longest established families associated with the Connemara Pony and take great pride in all our ponies that we produce. In the 1970s William J Diamond’s Supreme Champion Stallion “Kimble” and his mare “Queen of Diamonds” produced “Abbeyleix Owen” whose progeny now accounts for some of the most successful Connemara Performance Ponies today. Please see our Facebook page for videos and pictures and updates on ponies available for sale. @DiamondsEquineRenvyle

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