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Dealers & Yards

Bella


Ref #: 225032
  • Super RC / PC type
  • Lots of experience at shows
  • Bold and careful
£6,250
  • Coloured
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 16 hands
  • Super RC / PC type
  • Lots of experience at shows
  • Bold and careful

This mare has had a great home in Ireland where she has been used for some Training Shows, Hunting and charity rides.

Bella has been well ridden on the flat.

She has also had lots of experience at shows and XC - she is bold and careful about her jumping and has competed here at BS shows with a young girl proving to have great manners and temperament in a show atmosphere.

Bella has been hacked regularly both on her own and in company and will go 1st or last without complaint.

A lovely sweet mare to handle that is easy to catch, shoe, box, bath etc.

A super RC / PC type that has lots of presence.


Jenny


Ref #: 225815
  • Great Irish type that is ready to go SJ or XC.
£6,250
  • Irish
  • Bay
  • Mare
  • 8 years
  • 16 hands
  • Great Irish type that is ready to go SJ or XC.

Jenny is great fun and an easy but responsive ride, she is a bold jumper and will ride on and do her job.

Jenny has done loads of XC and hunting, and lots of training shows.

She is excellent out hacking, great in open spaces and good with the heaviest of traffic.


Cara


Ref #: 225037
  • Excellent to hack in even heaviest of traffic
  • Calm and sane in big, open spaces
£2,500
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 14.2 hands
  • Excellent to hack in even heaviest of traffic
  • Calm and sane in big, open spaces

Cara is a very sweet Connemara x that has recently come in from Ireland where she has done the last 2 seasons in a Trekking centre.

Excellent to hack in even the heaviest of traffic and she will happily go alone or in company and is calm and sane in big open spaces.

Cara is very sweet to handle, good to catch and load.


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