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Horse for Sale
ID: 1502856
5,000 €
Shire Horse
Stallion
Foal (03/2018)
14.27 hh, Height at withers
Brown
9/28/2018
Private vendor
06249 Mücheln (Geiseltal)
Germany
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+49 (0)1733101048
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Seller
WINEHILL EARL OF GREYSTOKE
Horse for Sale
1502856
5,000 €
Shire Horse
Stallion
Foal (03/2018)
14.27 hh
Brown
Leisure
Carriage
Baroque
Show
Location
06249 Mücheln (Geiseltal)
Germany

Description

English
German
Dutch
Nun ist es soweit, unser kleiner ist nun schon ganz schön groß geworden und muss nun seine Stutenherde verlassen. Winehill Earl of Greystoke ist am 29.3.2018 geboren. Sein Vater ist Metheringham Upton Silas. Seine Mutter ist Winehill Black Magic Pearl von Bettes William James. Er ist sehr verschmust, Halfterführig, war schon beim Schmied und ist schon Hänger gefahren. Er ist unser zehntes Fohlen in vierter Generation. Ururoma war unser erster Shire. Uroma, Oma und Mutter Leben zusammen auf unserem Hof.
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Now it has come, our little is now quite grown and must leave his herd of mares. Winehill Earl of Greystoke was born on the 29.3.2018. His father is Metheringham of Upton Silas. Winehill black magic Pearl bed William James is his mother. He is very cuddly, Halfterführig, was already at the blacksmith and went already earrings. He is our tenth foal in the fourth generation. Greatgreat was our first Shire. Great-grandmother, grandmother and mother life together on our farm.

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06249 Mücheln (Geiseltal) Germany
+49 (0)1733101048
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The information about the origin of the Shire breed varies and is not always in agreement. In this case the words 'great horse' often appear, which is described as the ancestor of the modern Shire. If the Shire did not originate in central England it seems to have been a native development of the Br ...more
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