€5K - €10K
Ulysses M2S colt out of Can Ya Makan x Cumano Mare ESI Constant
- Animal Name: TBC
- Price Range: €5K - €10K
- Studbook: Irish Sport Horse
- Sire Name: Ulysses M2S
- Dam Name: ESI Constant
- Damsire: Can Ya Makan
- Animal Type: Showjumper, Young Stock
- Sex: Colt
- Year of Birth: 2018
- Colour: Bay
- Location: Waterford
Colt foal by Ulysses M2S out of ESI Constant (Can Ya Makan x Cumano).
Ulysses M2S (Ekstein x Voltaire) – progeny include Slanelough Ultimatum, Millfield Ultymate, ICB Cavalier’s Odyssey, etc.
Dam ESI Constant has achieved multiple double clear rounds at 1.20m level and is expected to return to competition when the foal is weaned. Grand dam Coral Reef competed as a young horse with Cian O’Connor. ESI Constant is a half-sister to Kevin Babington’s ESI Vienna.
Dam Sire Can Ya Makan, ridden by Shane Breen, won the Keysoe Grand Prix last week and the The Bunn Leisure Derby Trial in June. Also represented Ireland at Nations Cup level.
Bred & owned by group member Mike Buckley +353878301092
Contact Seller:Waterford Sport Horse Breeders on show phone number
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About The Seller
- Member Since: May 20, 2014
In the spring of 2009 a number of horse breeders and producers travelled to Germany on a Teagasc educational tour which included visits to various horse breeding establishments where the emphasis was on producing top showjumpers. The group realised that continental breeders invested a huge amount in planning breeding programmes and preparing future performance horses. They also wanted to share information and learn from each other’s experience. As a result Waterford Sport Horse Breeders Group was formed under the direction of Ruth Fennell acting as facilitator. The group’s chairman is John Walsh, Elizabeth Kee is the current secretary while Nell Dalton is the groups treasurer. Meetings are held every four to six weeks.
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