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Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny
Why him?..."Because we just like him!"

“Roy is a big, naturally cowy horse with a super quiet trainable temperament.  He is fast and strong and just finds campdrafting easy”.  ~ Pete Comiskey

“…He’s easy, well bred, a good big type…what’s not to like.”   ~ Bryony Puddicombe

Service Fee

  • $1,650 inc GST
  • Discount for multiple mares
  • LFG

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Standing

Wilmor Downs
1205 Lowestoff Road
Capella  QLD  4723
Tel Lenore Cole: 0409 568 378


Pete Comiskey Campdrafting

Roy's Story
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Roy is a big, naturally cowy horse with a super quiet trainable temperament.  He is fast and strong and just finds campdrafting easy”.
~ Pete Comiskey

Photo by Sharon Atkinson. Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny.

Pete Comiskey & Bryony Puddicombe are always on the lookout for a good horse. One they can campaign and one they believe will go all the way.

At the Landmark Classic in 2016 Pete and Bryony saw one of those horses. A young 2 yo Acres Destiny colt out of the well-known brood mare Bangtail Roy Ell. He is a full brother to Wally Rea’s REVLON (ACA Open Horse Title winner), and out of the same mare as Mick & Lenore Coles CATS ROYELL, a previous winner of the Landmark Classic Open.

Pete and Bryony were familiar with both sisters and held them in very high regard, as not only had they both won major events during their careers, they were very consistent, big, fast and could really cutout.

Pete has always had success with Acres horses and loves that particular cross.  This coupled with the fact that he and Bryony are always chasing “bigger” horses (Quarter Horses they like seem to be getting smaller in general), made the decision to purchase the colt Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny easy.  So they took him home for the long preparation for the return trip to Tamworth for the Landmark Classic.

Photo by Sharon Atkinson. 7 year old Pete Comiskey & Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny.

In 2018 Roy won the Comet Futurity and in 2019 he finalled in the Landmark Classic, finishing equal 7th and picking up bonus cheques along the way. The remainder of 2019 saw him return to the training paddock with lots of steady work and mustering, mostly with the then 6 yo Peter Comiskey, in preparation for the 2020 Rookie season, which Covid 19 put the kybosh on. But, he’s maturing nicely and Pete looks forward to competing him when competition resumes.

Pete sings Roy’s praises as a nice horse to have around but prefers to leave the big reputations for the horses to earn for themselves. Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny may be the horse that does just that!

Results
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Results from 2 starts:

2020 should have been Roy’s Rookie Year.

2019

  • Landmark Classic – =7th.

2018

  • Comet Futurity Winner

Fantastic family horse

Ridden by 7 yo Pete Comiskey and loved by Leila Comiskey.

2016

  • Purchased as a 2 year old through Landmark Classic Horse Sale.
Pedigree
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Sire: Acres Destiny

ACRES DESTINY has become a household name in the performance horse world, producing champion after champion in a range of disciplines including cutting, campdrafting, challenges & reining.

Roy’s Full pedigree details on the sire side are available on Acres Destiny’s Page >>

Dam: Bangtail Roy Ell

Dam of multiple performed campdraft winners including:

  • Full sister: Revlon
  • Half sisters: Cats Royell, Jazzy Miss Ellie, Genuine Jazz.

Full sister: Revlon

  • Noconastables Royal Acres (Revlon)
  • Owned by Wally Rea

Revlon’s reputation precedes her.  She and Wally Rea accumulated a string of successes including ACA Open Horse of the Year.  Here they are in action at Mitchell in 2015 winning the Restricted Open after a Runoff – 90 (23 62 4)

Wally Rea & Revlon winner of the Restricted Open Shootout! After a run off with Brendan Fitzgerald & Rosareeka.

Posted by Mitchell Campdraft Association on Monday, 2 March 2015

Half sister: Cats Royell

  • Same dam as Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny.
  • Owned by Mick & Lenore Cole.

Cats Royell is an “awesome” mare with a huge track record.  She has won against some of the greats.  A highlight was winning the Martins Open at Landmark in 2015 with a 271 3 round total: (91 92 88)

Studbook
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AQHA Registration: # Q-82273
Foaling date: 16/11/2013
Colour: Bay
Height: 15.2 hh
Breeder: Trevor Nash
Current Owner: Bryony Puddicombe
DNA Case #: Y
HYPP: N/R
HERDA: N/N
OLWS: N/N

VIEW FULL INTERACTIVE PEDIGREE CHART ON ICOMPETE >>
(Click on PEDIGREE TAB within icompete)

 Sire: ACRES DESTINY (IMP) Q-38061 BOB ACRE DOC USA-1956113 SON OF A DOC
SAPP SANDY
SAN JOSE HICKORY USA-1914760 DOCS HICKORY
SAN JOSE BELLE
 Dam: BANGTAIL ROY ELL Q-35071 PLAYBOY ROY (IMP) Q-31044 SENORITAS PLAYBOY USA-1884199
GENUINE ROSE USA-1948545
ELGRANDO MISS ELLY Q-15955 HANK MAN LEO (IMP) Q-1490
ELAWAR Q-52306
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2020

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Video Gallery
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Nashvale Roy Ell Destiny

2019 Landmark Classic Rd 2 – 88 (21 63 4)


2019 Landmark Classic Final – 87 (21 62 4)


Siblings

Half Sister: Cats Royell

  • 2015 Martins Open Campdraft Winner, with Mick Cole.  3 round compilation:
    Rd 1 – 91 (23 64 4)  |  Rd 2 – 92 (23 65 4)  |  Final – 88 (21 63 4)


Full sister: Revlon

  • 2015 Mitchell Restricted Open winners after a Runoff – 90 (23 62 4)

Wally Rea & Revlon winner of the Restricted Open Shootout! After a run off with Brendan Fitzgerald & Rosareeka.

Posted by Mitchell Campdraft Association on Monday, 2 March 2015

Contact

Bryony or Pete Comiskey
Westpoint
Nebo  QLD  4742
Mob:
0427 279 069 (Bryony)
E: westpoint@skymesh.com.au
W: petecomiskeycampdrafting.com.au

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