€15K - €20K
**SUPER Showjumping dun pony
- Animal Name: Glencroft Blarney Stone
- Price Range: €15K - €20K
- Guide Price: 18,000
- Sire Name: Rocklawn Elvis
- Dam Name: Lookout Cailín
- Damsire: Templebready Fear Bui
- Animal Type: Traditionally Bred, Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Pony
- Sex: Mare
- Year of Birth: 2017
- Colour: Dun
- Height: 148
- Training Levels: Advanced
- Location: Galway
Super jumping pedigree 148cm Dun mare.
Grandsire crosses of Silver Shadow X Templebready Fear Bui.
5 year old.
Jumping 1m in competition
1.10m at home.
Will be a top 6/7 year old for next year.
Winner of a Combined Training.
Easy to ride, easy fly changes.
Very forgiving and brave.
A pony that is noticed at every show.
Has done cross country.
Ridden by a 10 year old girl at home.
Super temperament pony.
Easy to clip, shoe, load etc.
Bought as a foal.
Loads of videos on YouTube.
Very good mover.
Will be a top pony in the future.
WhatsApp for more info.
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Contact Seller:Aoife McCabe on show phone number
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