Ice and Fire d’Albran

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1996 (by Dexter Leam Pondi)
Grade A, Class 1, International Showjumper.
Height: 148cms, Colour: Grey, N/N for HWSD



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Ice and Fire d'Albran
1996 - 2024
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About

Diamonds Equine Renvyle are proud to present “Ice and Fire d’Albran”, who we purchased from the d’Albran Stud in France in December 2015.

Ice travelled to Ireland and arrived in Renvyle early February 2016, where he settled in nicely to the Connemara landscape.

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About Ice and Fire d’Albran (1996 – 2024)

Ice and Fire d’Albran is a Grade A International Showjumper Stallion who has excelled all over Europe competing at 1.35mt for 10 years+.

He has Confirmation, Charisma, Temperament, Endurance and the Stamina of a Champion Sports Stallion with an excellent high fertility rate in 2021.

Tested N/N for HWSD & he does not have the creme gene.

Mating

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Unfortunately our beloved Ice and Fire d’Albran went to the Rainbow Bridge on 03rd March 2024, in his 28th year. (1996 – 2024)

Ice is available for A.I. via Frozen semen with Dr Philip McManus at Rockmount Equine Clinic in Galway or by prior advance arrangement to a Vet of your choice within Ireland.

Frozen semen is also available through his Breeder Mrs. Emmanuelle deMonleon at the d’Albran Stud in France for all of Europe.

You can find her on Facebook or get in touch with us for her contact details.

 

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This is the perfect opportunity to acquire excellent performance genes for a successful performance pony.

Success breeds success.

 

More Information

See our dedicated Facebook page for Ireland for more information.

See Felicia Hultberg and Ice and Fire d’Albran in Action:

Enquiries

For further details contact:

Priscilla on 086 32 44 077  |  Talitha on 083 8544783

All our Stallions have been tested N/N for HWSD so you can be assured that if breeding a non tested mare that our stallions are Not Affected and Not Carriers of the Hoof Wall Separation Disease.