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Kilcannon Coolguy • Harrogate, Yorkshire, UK

Kilcannon Coolguy is a traditionally bred Irish Sport Horse by the Thoroughbred Loughehoe Guy out of the ID mare Conlon's Lady by Agherlow. He is an 8 year old liver chestnut gelding standing 17hh. He was bought by us at the end of 2013 with 11 points and he completed his first CIC** at the end of 2014 at Ballindenisk. He now has 24 BE points and was 3rd in his Intermediate section at Burgham last time out. He received a slight injury at his first competition in 2015 and has been given plenty of time to recover as he is a big horse and still young. He is now ready to go on this season and is entered at Somerford. He is a bold, genuine cross country horse who has really benefited from this year's training with Chris Bartle. He is a delight to do in the stable and has no vices. He loves and benefits from lots of turnout and is easy to keep. He is not a suitable ride for a novice as he can be spooky when fresh. He can be seen and tried at Yorkshire Riding Centre. BE form EI form Absolutely genuine reason for sale.

General Information

Registered As Kilcannon Coolguy
Breed Irish Sports
Sex Gelding
Height 17.0
Colour Liver Chestnut
Born 2007



Competition Results


Level CCI3*-S
Points 24
Foundation Points


Level Elementary

Pedigree / Bloodline Connection

Loughehoe Guy Tree branch Regular Guy
Loughehoe Star
Conlon's Lady Tree branch Agherlow
Dowdallshill Nancy

Veterinary History

Year Type Xrays
No veterinary history provided for this horse.

Ownership History

Years of Ownership 1-2 years

Specific Needs or Requirements

Stable Vices No recorded stable vices.
Specific Needs No recorded specific needs

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