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Takapoto Cosmo 
Listing ID: 106232
$ 70,000.00 NZD
GST inclusive [
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Takapoto Cosmo

5yo Bay Gelding

Check In X Argento (Colman)


Cosmo is by the international sire Check In, who himself jumped to world championship level and has multiple outstanding progeny competing to international level. With high quality bloodlines he is a great asset to any team looking for a nice young horse to be produced further. His dam Argento (who is by Colman) competed to international grand prix level. She has many stunning foals and young stock including Takapoto Formaggio (Full Brother) who are all looking promising as they progress through the ages groups classes.

Cosmo has been professionally schooled from the get go. He is currently jumping 1-1.10m and is ready to step straight into the 5yo classes. He will be a great prospect for someone to further develop though the age group classes.

He would suit any discipline as he is brave, has great flat schooling and rideability with plenty of stride.

This is a great opportunity for someone to secure a good quality young horse with top bloodlines ready to go out and compete.

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Located Cambridge, Waikato. New Zealand. 

Price: $ 70,000.00 NZD GST inclusive
Listing ID: 106232
  • Colour:
  • Bay
  • Sex:
  • Gelding
  • Mature Height*:
  • 15.3
  • Discipline:
  • Showjumping
  • *Estimate for young horses
  • 5
  • Broken:
  • Broken In
  • Rider Level:
  • Intermediate


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