irish cob Archive

December 01, 2016
Country Ireland

Irish National Stud – Tully stud – Irish horses


The farm at Tully was purchased from the Fay family in 1900 by Colonel William Hall Walker. Hall Walker became the most successful breeder of the age, enjoying his finest hour when King Edward VII led Minoru, born and raised at Tully, into Epsom’s winners’ enclosure following a famous victory in the 1909 Derby. In [...]

June 16, 2015
Country France

Domaine DuoKarl – Irish cob and lusitano


The Domaine DuoKarl is located in Bonneville in Dordogne, France. It is a place of 40 hectars of meadow. We got 3 stallions, 3 lusitano broodmares and 4 irish-cobs broodmares. The website : http://www.domaineduokarl.com The facebook : https://www.facebook.com/elevageduokarl.irishcob?fref=ts

January 17, 2014
Country France

Longs Crins breeding – Irish cob horse


We are a small family breeding located in the north east of France. We’ve discovered the irish cob in october 2008. This horse of our dreams is real ! Round shapes, extraordinary colors, really long horsehair but above all, an extreme good and patient temperament. This is a hard horse who loves human contact. We’ve [...]

September 24, 2013
Country France

Man’ta’s breeding – Irish Cob


Our horse breeding of Irish cob (Gypsy cob or Tinker) is located in The Vosges, France. Our passion for the Irish cob was born in 1992 when we had our first horse named Elvira. Since that day, the breeding counts about ten horses, mostly brood mares. The Gypsy Horse (USA, UK, AU), also known as [...]