€5K - €10K
Yearling with great bloodlines
- Animal Name: CLF titan
- Price Range: €5K - €10K
- Sire Name: VDL Orestus
- Dam Name: HVL Trojan Princess
- Damsire: Dream Boy M (Sandro Boy)
- Animal Type: Allrounder, Eventer, Showjumper, Dressage, Hunter, Hunter/Jumper, Young Stock
- Sex: Colt
- Year of Birth: 2022
- Colour: Black
- Location: Down
CLF Titan, stunning black colt.
By Olympic SJ Stallion VDL Orestus (Indoctro, Capitol I, Ramiro Z).
Dam is HSI approved 174cm 2013 mare that has shown masses of scope and absolutely loves to jump. She is by the fully approved grand prix stallion Dream Boy M (Sandro Boy) out of a 1.20 SJ mare Highland Lady C (Cavalier Royale) this mare has been producing exceptional stock. She passes on her scope, athleticism and height to her progeny.
She is a half sister (same dam) to the following…
HVL Consun; currently jumping at International level, including wins at Junior Nation Cup level.
OZ Royale; currently moving up the age classes in Canada achieving many wins including the 6 year old Championship classes.
Highland Guidam; 1.30M Show Jumper who qualified for the HSI colt retention scheme.
Cavalux; 1.30M Show Jumper
Highland Elegance; 1.35M Show Jumper
HVL Candy Girl who has started her eventing career.
Taras progeny have all been placed in producing homes and are showing scope, athleticism and attitude for the job.
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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