Horses and ponies for sale
The following is our list of horses and ponies that we currently
have for sale, most recently added at the top...
Chestnut filly, 2 years, to make 15.2hh.
Blondie is by an Irish Sports Horse (16.2hh)
Out of an Irish Cob Mare X (15.1hh) by Hayestown Diamond Lad.
She is a stunning looking Irish filly with flaxen mane and tail and will make a great pony club / riding club type.
Blondie is halter broken and sensible to handle, though still a little green.
She has a very kind nature and is ready for someone to carry on with.
Her movement is fabulous and she would do well in the show ring in hand now and later in ridden classes.
'HAYESTOWN WILLIAM DIAMOND'
9yr old, Irish Sports Horse, 16hh, bay gelding by Murphy's Irish Diamond.
Broken to ride at 7yrs old, been ridden sporadically up until last Oct when he then spent the winter months mainly hacking around lanes, has seen light traffic and cyclists with no problems.
Recently started work in the arena showing a good outline on the flat, working over poles and small jumps, taking it all in his stride.
Extremely well bred for the competition world. Not a novice ride. Easy to catch, shoe, groom, and load/travel.
'HAYESTOWN SILVER LADY'
Grey mare, 16.1hh, 6 years old, Irish Sport Horse
By: Kiltealy Silver ID
Out of: Hayestown Divine Lady ISH by Yashgan TB
Silver is an extremely well bred ISH, being half sister to Hayestown Diamond Lady - a great performance mare having achieved BS 1.40M showjump tracks in the past and presently jumping 1.20M.
She has become a lovely person, so easy to handle and do, hacking and schooling well. She has a bold nature and a super natural jump as well as having good paces on the flat. Silver will excel in any competitive sphere.
She has recently learned a little lateral work with ease and is eager to please her rider.
She is good to catch, groom, shoe, load, traffic etc and is now ready to move on to her competition career, although obviously still a little green.
This is an opportunity to buy an unspoilt quality Irish performance horse to produce yourself, being professionally well started and set up and ready to go.
This mare will soon be up the rankings in the right hands.
'FOUR WAYS MAISEY'
16.3½hh, 11 year old, chestnut mare.
Registered class 1 Irish Draught.
Sire: Cork Arthur
Dam: Pride of Kilmovee
Maisey is a substantially built Irish Draught mare with bloodlines going back to Clover Hill and Cream of Diamonds.
Born and bred in Ireland, where she has hunted for several seasons before arriving here at Underhill.
She has settled very quickly being very calm and easy on the ground.
She has 3 lovely paces, will hack out alone or in company and knows the basics in the arena.
Quiet to catch, groom, load, traffic etc.,
Maisey is a really genuine opportunity for someone who is looking for a strongly built sensible riding horse with quality, as well as the potential to breed a top class foal.
3/4 Irish Draught show quality.
A well grown yearling filly.
Born 2017. To mature over 16hh.
By: Blue Jay Diamond
Out of a Crannagh Hero Mare
Eligible for AID registration.
Presently at home at the Hayestown Stud, Co. Wexford, Ireland.
A SELECTION ...
... of quality home bred Irish fillies and geldings from 1—4 years old.
Excellent jumping bloodlines both Irish Draught, Irish Sports Horses and Connemaras. Unspoilt, halter broken, can be seen at the stud by appointment.
Bred both for the hunting field and the discerning competitor.
Please ring 01597 851890 to informally discuss types, availability and prices.
Transport to the UK can be arranged.
KEEP COMING BACK FOR NEW HORSES & PONIES
WE HAVE FOR SALE.
If you have a specific requirement, please let us know as we have
extensive contacts in the horse world and may be able to find something
to suit you.
Tel 01597 851890 email@example.com
For more quality horses and ponies for sale, visit our friends' site at www.furzehillfarm.com
Buying horses and ponies
We are prepared to consider purchasing horses/ponies when it is
clear that the owner and horse's "chemistry" is not compatible.
Matching the horse to the person is all important to the well being
of both and is not necessarily a failure if things do not work out.
It is better to admit it and move on.