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Schicke Trakehnerstute für den ambitionierten Allrounder

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Horse for Sale
ID: 1555089
18,000 €
Trakehner
Mare
5 years
16.54 hh, Height at withers
Brown
12/5/2018
Joachim NeubertTraining stable
Mr. Joachim Neubert
75053 Gondelsheim Germany
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Horse for Sale
1555089
18,000 €
Trakehner
Mare
5 years
16.54 hh
Brown
Dressage
Leisure
Eventing
Trakehner Verband

Description

English
German
Dutch
Im Bluttyp stehende wunderschöne Trakehnerstute mit guten Bewegungen. Delia ist immer fleissig und arbeitet gerne mit. Sie ist spät angeritten worden und daher noch nicht öffentlich vorgestellt worden. Im Moment befindet sie sich auf dem Weg zu Dressurpferde L.
Sehr talentiert absolviert sie erste Sprünge unter dem Sattel, daher auch als Vielseitigkeitspferd sehr interessant.
Guter Röntgen TÜV liegt vor.
 
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Standing in the blood type beautiful Trakehner Mare with good movements. Delia is always busy and likes to work with. It is been ridden in late and therefore still not publicly presented. At the moment, it is located on the way to dressage horses L.
Very talented, very interesting, she completed first jumps under the saddle, as versatility horse.
Good X-ray TÜV exists.
Location
75053 Gondelsheim
Germany

Pedigree

Training stable
Joachim Neubert

Mr. Joachim Neubert
Erdbeerhof 5
75053 Gondelsheim Germany
+49 (0)72529748520
+49 (0)1777082777

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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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