If you are drawn in by Irish charm, take a look at our selection of Irish horses for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week.

1. ‘Confidence-giver’

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Height: 15.2hh

Age: four

Gender: gelding

Selling points: “This horse is easy to produce with super paces. He is 100% genuine with the nicest of temperaments. He is very quiet, easy going and easy to do. Fantastic attitude to everything, always has a smile. He is unflappable and very sensible and honest with lovely manners. He is anyone’s ride and a confidence giver. He hacks out alone and in company and we use him to nanny other horses. He’s been out on 10 mile fun rides, been cross-country training, competed at local unaffiliated dressage competitions and to showjumping competitions.”

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2. ‘Fantastic all-rounder’

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Height: 153cm

Age: nine

Gender: gelding

Selling points: “‘Ollie’ is a stunning horse for any rider to give them confidence and move them up the ranks. He has showjumped up to 1.30m, been cross-country and competed in Derbys and hunter trials. He moves brilliantly with a superb canter and is very correct and sound. He would excel in working hunter classes, being brave and honest — he is a very fun horse who is 100% in all ways.”

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3. ‘Top class prospect’

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Height: 16.2hh

Age: four

Gender: gelding

Selling points: “In very few shows (only started BS in July 2016), this horse has qualified for the 2017 British Novice second rounds. He was also equal first in the Pyecombe four-year-old qualifier and jumped a double clear in the four-year-old grand prix at Pyecombe. He has jumped double clear around a 1.05/1.10m technical course at the National Young Horse Championships at Addington. He has superb paces and a very careful, scopey jump. He is a quality horse who will excel in showjumping or working hunter.”

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4. ‘Lovely, genuine horse’

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Height: 16.3hh

Age: nine

Gender: gelding

Selling points: “‘Benny’ has hunted for the past two seasons with the Berkeley. He is a very mannerly hunter and has been taken out by both a man and a woman. He has jumped hedges, ditches and rails, proving to to be very bold across the country. This summer has been doing a bit of everything and taking it in his stride. He scored 68%+ in his first ever dressage test coming fifth with the potential to go further. He also completed his first 90cm event, proving mature and keen and has been cross-country schooling and showjumping where he wasn’t spooky, jumping ditches, steps, fillers and water. He has a lovely powerful jump over a fence. Good to do. Fit and ready to go.”

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5. ‘Would suit the whole family’

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Height: 15.2hh

Age: four

Gender: gelding

Selling points: “‘Mullin’ is a quality horse who has very good conformation and straight movement with three good paces. He has been produced correctly, jumping around a course of showjumps with fillers and has also cross-country schooled. Mullin has been to a busy competition and on many hunt/pleasure rides. He is excellent in heavy traffic and is easy to do, never lighting up. He’s ready to go on into any sphere and could be a very nice working hunter type. Mullin is very laid-back, not spooky and good with hounds. Ready for the hunting season.”

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6. ‘She does it all’

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Height: 16hh

Age: five

Gender: mare

Selling points: “The kindest small mare who jumps, hunts, hacks and is super easy to do. She has completed two BE80s and four BE90s, most recently jumping double clear. She has never had a cross-country fault and would make a fantastic Pony Club/family horse/amateur’s eventer.”

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