Five Year Old Horses for Sale

Apollo Roundthorn

17.1h.h black gelding
Apollo    Apollo

By Karandasj (KWPN Keur) x Roundthorn Silhouette (Irish Sport Horse)[Click to enlarge image]

A grandson of top ranked sire Darco, Karandasj jumped internationally with Willem Greve.

[Click to enlarge image]Apollo’s dam line descends from Abernant, a great thoroughbred sire of jumpers including Aberali. Ridden by USET member Kathy Kusner, in 1967 Aberali won both the Ladies European Championship in Fontainbleau and the Puissance at Aachen.

Grand-dam, Shalom Heather clearly inherited the Abernant ability, herself jumping to grade A in Ireland.

Apollo is an impressive horse. He is a lovely mover and powerful, stylish jumper. He has a wonderful temperament and a very trainable disposition.

The Nice Lady

[Click to enlarge image][Click to enlarge image]16.2 h.h. chestnut mare

By Kahtan (Tb) x Digions Princess (Irish Sport Horse)

 “Katie” offers the best an Irish Sport Horse can: she has heart and courage, jump, movement, substance and brains.

[Click to enlarge image]Her dam, Digions Princess, is a full sister to Pallas Digion, an Irish Sport Horse Stallion now standing in the U.S. ( This dam line combines the legendary King of Diamonds bloodline (which produced Mill Pearl, Millstreet Ruby, Special Envoy and many others) with the thoroughbred Ceredigion--a leading sire of jumpers in Europe and the U.S.

Pallas Digion jumped successfully internationally and is now enjoying an equally successful career as a sire of sport horses. One of these in the news is Three Wishes, purchased by international event rider Ollie Townend. Three Wishes won his first three star event last year and came second at Blair Castle.

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Katie’s sire, Kahtan, descends from the great thoroughbred jumping sires, Tudor Minstrel, Hyperion, Djebel and Son-In-Law. Many of the U.S. Olympic Team horses in both eventing and show jumping have these names in their pedigrees.

Katie will excel in any discipline.

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