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Dealers & Yards

15.3hh 5YO ISH by Knightly Park

Minuette

Ref #: 235256
  • Started schooling nicely on the flat would be a nice project for amateur or professional to produce
  • Targeted really at eventing, equally a very nice stamp for hunting or as an allrounder
£6,500
  • Irish Sports Horse
  • Bay
  • Mare
  • 5 years
  • 15.3 hands
  • Started schooling nicely on the flat would be a nice project for amateur or professional to produce
  • Targeted really at eventing, equally a very nice stamp for hunting or as an allrounder

15.3 5YO Sports horse by Knightly Park.

Just recently broken and riding away, easy to do with no vices.

She is green but willing started schooling nicely on the flat would be a nice project for amateur or professional to produce.

She moves well and makes a nice shape over a fence. Targeted really at eventing, equally a very nice stamp for hunting or as an allrounder.

Has poped a fence under saddle and is not phased in the slightest. Makes a nice shape.

Very sweet natured and not marish.

Open to vet.


16.2hh 5YO

By Sligo Candy Boy

Ref #: 232983
  • Very talented young horse
  • 3 strong flashy paces
  • Competed at british novice on a ticket
£12,000
  • Irish Sports Horse
  • Chestnut
  • Gelding
  • 5 years
  • 16.2 hands
  • Very talented young horse
  • 3 strong flashy paces
  • Competed at british novice on a ticket

'Rathball Romeo' By the famous Sligo Candy Boy.

Romeo is a very talented young horse that has a very bright future ahead of him.

He is good to hack alone and in company, good to shoe, catch clip etc.

Has been to a few training shows and is very willing.

Romeo has 3 strong flashy paces and has won every dressage test he's entered.

He has the heart of a lion over a fence, has competed at british novice on a ticket and is cross country schooled.

Recently had a full set of x-rays.

No vices.


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