Jungstute in Sonderfarbe aus Foundationlinie

 
 
 
Horse for Sale
ID: 1343804
7,500 €
Quarter Horse
Mare
2 years
14.0 hh, Height at withers
Black
6/22/2017
Private vendor
64287 Darmstadt
Germany
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+49 (0)1724309975
 

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Seller
DUAL AMY CHEX
Horse for Sale
1343804
7,500 €
Quarter Horse
Mare
2 years
14.0 hh
Black
Western Other
Breeding
Cowhorse
Cutting
 is unbroken
 halter accustomed
Location
64380 Roßdorf
Germany

Description

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Quarterhorsestute geb. Mai 2015,  Farbe: Black smoke ohne Abzeichen,  STM. z.Zt. 1,44m,
aus einer direkten Tochter von DOC CHEX  und einem King gezogenen Perlino-QH Hengst
beide Eltern PSSM frei ,
Amy hat volle AOHA Papiere und einen Equidenpass.
Sie ist halfterführig, gibt Hufe, ist gut zu handeln, Bodenarbeit mit Plane, Tor und Stangen etc. gewohnt
und wächst artgerecht seit Geburt in einer großen Stutenherde auf.

Wegen Umzug suchen wir für Amy einen netten privaten Besitzer, gerne kann die Stute noch zur Aufzucht bleiben und ab Frühjahr 2018 in Ausbildung genommen werden.

Anfragen von Händlern oder Trainern sind zwecklos!
 
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Quarterhorsestute born may 2015, color: black smoke without badges, STM. currently 1. 44 m,
out of a direct daughter of DOC CHEX and a King of drawn Perlino-QH Stallion
both parents PSSM free
Amy has full AOHA papers and a passport.
She is halter responsive, are hooves, is good to act Floorwork lived with plane, goal and bars etc.
and humanely raised since birth in a great herd of mares.

Due to relocation, we are looking for Amy a nice private owners, like the Mare can stay and be taken from spring 2018 in training breeding.

Requests from traders or trainers are futile!

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64287 Darmstadt Germany
+49 (0)1724309975
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The American Quarter Horse, also known as the Quarter Horse, originally comes from the U.S. and is the most common horse breed in the world. Worldwide, there are approximately 4.6 million registered Quarter Horses. The breed originated in the 17th Century, as rich plantation owners from Virginia and ...more
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