Cloneyhea Mayday Class 1 Irish Draught
St. Davids, Pembrokes
lots of videos and photos on request Sensible offers will be considered. Eye catching old fashioned ID mare with the athletic ability of the newer stamp draughts. May is the easiest three year old who turns her hoof to anything asked brave and bold! CLASS one IRISH DRAUGHT. Shes currently approximately 16.3. Her 1st time down the beach was in peek season and she didnt bat an eye lid. Regularly hacks down the quay alone and in company. Recently attended her 1st hunt fun ride with approximately 30 horses and behaved better than most horses on the field! Jumped everything I pointed her at and is more than happy to catch up or stick behind. Very light in the mouth. Broken in and completely done by myself over a period of time that built her up slowly and correctly. I cannot express how easy this youngster is under saddle. Will suit eventinghuntingSJsidesaddleshowingall rounder. Well schooled just a bit unfit. Schools on the bit and has a balanced collected canter. Fantastic athletic jump easy to take into a fence and after. She is a real eye catcher! Only vice is that she can pull faces on the floor sometimes however Im sure shell grow out of this. And is all talk. As soon as you give her a pat on the neck shell be happy as Larry again. Will not be sold to novices because she is 3. I want her to go on and have a job as she is too nice to be a plod around horse. Shes ridden in high winds often and does not change. Very reliable and easy to trust considering how young she is. Brain of a 10yr old. Very special youngster with a seriously bright future ahead of her. Very hardy type currently living out 247 and only brought in on very bad daysnights. Very independent horse Lives alone currently and has lived in company previously. No form of transport forces sale. Open to any type of vetting. Has also won in hand showing as a yearlingtwo year old. Her certificates are in her passport Siblings and close relatives are all competing in showjumpingshowingside saddledressageeventing and winning! Breeders would like to stay in contact wherever she goes.
November 17 on Equine Now