Carrick Kilderrys Diamond

 

Carrick Kilderrys Diamond: International Showjumping Stallion

 

9 year old International showjumping stallion by Carrick Diamond Lad with placings up to 1.40m CSI3* level.

At Stud For 2021

Carrick Kilderrys Diamond: Best of Irish Performance Bloodlines.

Born 2011

Sire: Carrick Diamond Lad

Dam: Kilderry Cruise by Cruising

Grand Dam Sire: Cavalier Royale

 Frozen Semen Available Worldwide

We at Greaghwillan Stud are delighted to announce
that frozen semen from the international showjumping
stallion Carrick Kilderrys Diamond will be available
worldwide from the 2021 stud season. Carrick Kilderrys
Diamond has exceptional athleticism, temperament &
ability which he passes on to his offspring in abundance.
He is by the world-famous sire Carrick Diamond Lad
credited with 5* rating by Horse Sport Ireland on the
basis of his progeny’s performance. His Dam is by the
high-performance stallion Cruising, & his GrandDam is by
the legendary Cavalier Royale. This breeding line needs
no introduction, & Carrick Kilderrys Diamond’s progeny
certainly back up this rich bloodline in abundance. He is
currently competing on the international showjumping
circuit & is establishing himself as a great prospect for
the future. He is available with full set of clean x-rays &
veterinary certificate which can be viewed.
Video link – https://youtu.be/NohAuodVfDg

Results

Results Include

  • Placed CSI3* 140 Vilamoura
  • Placed CSI2* 135 Millstreet
  • Placed HSI 1.40 GP Kernan EC
  • Placed 1.35m Balmoral Champioship qualifier
  • Placed 1.35m Cavan GP
  • Won 1.40m Cavan
  • Placed 6/7 yo championship Portmore
  • Placed Connolly’s Red Mills Munster GP 1.35 league
  • Won 1.35 young rider Cavan

Above: Carrick Kilderrys Diamond by Carrick Diamond Lad who finished 4th in the Vilamoura International Showjumping CSI3* 1.40m (March 5th 2020)

Above: Carrick Kilderrys Diamond by Carrick Diamond Lad X Cruising X Cavalier Royale celebrating his 1.40m win with Emily Corbett on Sunday. Having a peep over the wall to see if there are any more mares lined up for him. (April ’21)