€10K - €15K
Yearling from 1.50 / 1.60 lines
- Animal Name: CLF Legacy
- Price Range: €10K - €15K
- Sire Name: Phenomene Bleu
- Dam Name: Capri Rubertha R
- Damsire: Wender R
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Hunter, Hunter/Jumper, Young Stock
- Sex: Colt
- Year of Birth: 2022
- Colour: Bay
- Location: Down
Capri Ruberta R foaled to Phenomene Bleu; a son of Diamant de Semilly out of the five-star Grand Prix mare Nuance Bleu VDM. Phenomene Bleu is currently jumping 1.40 level and climbing the ranks steadily. He combines tremendous scope with an outstanding rideability, an effortless jump and a great mindset. In Belgium, Phenomene Bleu successfully competed in the stallion competitions and is now ready to start his international career.
His dam Nuance Bleu VDM is one of the most talented and successful up and coming Grand Prix horses of the moment. Formerly ridden by Lorenzo de Luca, Nuance Bleu finished in a spectacular 2nd place in the GCT Grand Prix of Doha and 3rd in the Grand Prix in Brussels. She secured top 5 placings in the 5* Grand Prix of Dinard, Valence and Windsor. His great-granddam Blue Curacao was a successful mare at the highest level. She won two 5* 1.60 competitions at Spruce Meadows, Calgary and was placed in numerous Grand Prix.
“Capri” is a 16.2hh 2007 Bay Mare by Wender R. (Contender, Calypso II, Ramiro Z).
Capri has jumped at 1.50 level, with multiple placings at 1.40
7th in 1.40 class Zuidwolde
6th in 1.40 class Tubbergen
2nd in 1.40 class Oliva, Valencia
3rd in 1.40 class Tubbergen
3rd 1.40 class Drachten
She also has three siblings competing at; 1.40 and 1.30 level.
Top home saught for this boy.
Contact Seller:Chisum Lea Farm on show phone number
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About The Seller
- Member Since: May 20, 2020
Family run equestrian business, specialising in producing quality performance foals. Run by business partners Catherine Hanna who previously Show jumped up to and including Home International Level; and Nicole Galbraith who has Showjumped up to and including 1.20m as an amateur rider along side her full time career. Both have experience in breaking, producing, and breeding Showjumpers. Chisum Lea Farm is an extension of their experience; investing in Top Showjumping blood lines for the farms foundation mares whose dam lines are littered with 1.60m Showjumpers. These mares will be matched to Top International 1.60m Showjumping Stallions to produce the very best foals for sale.
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