1979, Grey, 1.68m (16.2 hh) | Registered Irish Draught Stallion. [divider style="shadow"] [raw]
. . . Performance Characteristics . . .
With an excellent temperament and a superb mover, Seacrest is a marvelous cross for the 3/4 bred and Thoroughbred mare... to breed the performance horse of the future. His stock are fast enough to win at three day event level, and their sensible outlook makes them excellent performers in the dressage arena. As a foundation sire for R.I.D. mares, his excellent movement greatly enhances R.I.D. mares progeny. A grade "A" show jumper Sea Crest was a winner at all major shows throughout Ireland including 3rd in Millstreet Young Irelander, 2nd in the 4 Year Old Discovery Ireland.
. . . Progeny . . .
Seacrest has 25 progeny Eventing and Show Jumping at the International level, including Cruising, ranked 10th in the world and the 3rd Leading Stallion.
- Hoochi Koochi Spanish Team at the Atlanta Olympics and Spanish Champion.
- Nires Crest the Scandinavian Champion, Ladaka Burley 1996
- The Irish One - Burley 1996
- Mexican Wave
- Wembley Working Hunter, and many others.
Seacrest has 54 winners of 65 classes and many placings at the R.D.S. horse show, (in show jumping, performance, and showing classes). Seacrest off-spring are now performing throughout the world and are widely sought after.
- Regretfully, Seacrest is no longer available for breeding.