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Auffallendes Nachwuchspferd

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Horse for Sale
ID: 1681467
price range G
40,000 to 100,000 €

Trakehner
Gelding
5 years
16.24 hh, currently
Bay-Dark
5/28/2019
Private vendor
66129 Saarbrücken
Germany
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+49 (0)1715394454
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Horse for Sale
1681467
price range G
40,000 to 100,000 €
Trakehner
Gelding
5 years
16.24 hh
Bay-Dark
Dressage
L-ready
L-placed
Trakehner Verband

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Sehr talentiertes, leichtrittiges Nachwuchspferd mit drei sehr guten Grundgangarten, sehr aktiver Hinterhand, in auffallend bunt und schön gezeichneter Erscheinung.
Bei zirca 1.65 m mit viel Halsaufsatz deckt er auch grössere Reiter sehr gut ab.
Entsprechend des Alters weit gefördert und mit den dazugehörigen Erfolgen dekoriert, lässt er in seiner Zukunft auf Grosses hoffen! Aus gesundheitlichen Gründen der Besitzerin zu verkaufen! Nur in fördernde, Jungpferd erfahrene, beste Hände zu verkaufen!
Ein sehr guter Tüv ist vorhanden.
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Very talented, lightweight young horse with three very good basic garden, very active backhand, in strikingly colorful and beautifully drawn appearance.
At about 1.65 m with a lot of neck attachment, it also covers larger riders very well.
According to age, he is widely encouraged and decorated with the associated successes, he hopes for great things in his future! For health reasons the owner for sale! Only in promoting, young horse experienced, best hands for sale!
A very good tab is available.
Location
66131 Saarbrücken
Germany

Pedigree

66129 Saarbrücken Germany
+49 (0)1715394454
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The Trakehner owes its name to the place Trakehnen in East Prussia, where it was bred by King Frederick Wilhelm at the beginning of the 18th century. Danish, Thoroughbred, and Turkish stallions were crossed with local mares to create an elegant carriage horse. From the early 19th century Arab ...more
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