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Hamadi Mahib super Geländepferd, sehr lieb und nervenstark

 
Horse for Sale
ID: 1445337
5,300 €
Arabian horses
Gelding
3 years
15.06 hh, Height at withers
Gray
4/11/2018
Private vendor
92272 Paulsdorf
Germany
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+49 (0)1712303742
 

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Seller
HAMADI MAHIB
Horse for Sale
1445337
5,300 €
Arabian horses
Gelding
3 years
15.06 hh
Gray
Leisure
Location
92272 Freudenberg
Germany

Description

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German
Dutch
Hamadi Mahib, ist ein sehr menschenbezogenes Pferd. Sein toller Charakter und die Nerven die er im Gelände sowie auch auf dem Platz immer wieder beweist, zeichnen ihn aus. Er ist clever, möchte arbeiten und dabei seinen Menschen gefallen. Der Umgang mit ihm macht Spaß und gute Laune. Auch seine Mutter ist ein hervorragendes Reitpferd. Mahib ist im Herdenverband aufgewachsen, schmiede- und verladefromm und kerngesund. Gerne können Sie Mahib besuchen.
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Hamadi Mahib, is a very people-related horse. His great character and the nerves that he repeatedly proves in the grounds as well as on the course, draw him out. He is clever, would like to work and thereby fell his people. The deal with him is fun and good mood. His mother is a great riding horse. Mahib grew up in the herd, schmiede - and reverse charging pious and perfect health. Like to visit Mahib.
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Hamadi Mahib, is een zeer mensen-gerelateerde paard. Zijn geweldige karakter en de zenuwen die hij herhaaldelijk in de gronden, alsmede over de cursus bewijst, trekken hem uit. Hij is slim, zou willen werken en daardoor viel zijn volk. De deal met hem is leuk en goed humeur. Zijn moeder is een grote manege paard. Mahib groeide op in de kudde, de schmiede- en de omgekeerde opladen vroom en perfecte gezondheid. Graag een bezoek Mahib.

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92272 Paulsdorf Germany
+49 (0)1712303742
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