€5K - €10K
Top Class Colt Foal
- Animal Name: Premier Alexander
- Price Range: €5K - €10K
- Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
- Sire Name: Premier Sport
- Dam Name: Naloubet du Quesnoy
- Damsire: Galoubet A
- Animal Type: Eventer, Showjumper, Young Stock
- Sex: Colt
- Year of Birth: 2020
- Colour: Bay
- Location: Armagh
Bay colt foal
Born 20th April 2020
Premier Sport x Galoubet A
Sire Premier Sport is an International Grand Prix Horse 1.40m with numerous wins including the Millstreet International CSI3* Speed Derby 2016.
He is by Touchdown x Cavalier Royale.
Dam Naloubet du Quesnoy is by Galoubet A who is the sire of showjumping superstars
Quickstar, Taloubet z and Baloubet Du Rouet!
Naloubet is from stam SF 122 the direct damline of Baloubet du Rouet former Olympic and World Champion and numerous other International 1.60m showjumpers.
A top class foal with beautiful movement.
He will excel at showjumping or eventing.
Deposit secures until weaning.
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About The Seller
- Member Since: April 22, 2013
Keady, Co. Armagh
We are based in County Armagh in Ireland and have been breeding Irish sports horses for 30 years. We have bred World class horses -jumpers to 1.60m 5* and eventers to 4* level. Breeders of Premier Titanium Foxhunter Champion at HOYS 2019. Breeders of this years British National Showjumping Champion A Touch Imperious. We keep a select group of well bred mares by stallions such as Cruising and Cavalier Royale. These mares all have strong back pedigrees including the best of Irish Breeding such as King of Diamonds, Clover Hill, Imperius, Ballinvella and Diamond lad. We also have a new band of fillies coming through by Baloubet du Rouet, Taloubet Z and Balou du Rouet. Some of our previous successes include: Camaron Hills Quick Dollar - World Cup Qualifier Winner and World Cup finalist 2010. A Touch Imperious - Member of the British Winning Nations Cup Team at Odense 2014. Also placed 2nd in the Hickstead Derby 2019,2017,2016 and 2015 and 3rd in 2018 & 2014. Represented Great Bitain at Nations Cup Final Barcelona 2018. British National showjumping Champion 2019. H TWO finished 6th at Lanaken World Championships for Young Horses as a 6yo and then competed internationally at 1.60m level. My Royal Touch finished 19th Badminton 4* event 2017. Completed 4* Luhmuhlen CCI**** 2016. Placed 3rd at Blenheim International 3* event 2016. Premier Sport won the Millstreet International CSI3* Speed Derby 2016. Premier Titanium Winner of the Foxhunter Championship at HOYS 2019. We continue to use World class stallions to produce top quality show jumpers and eventers and are very excited with our new wave of young stock coming through.
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