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Horse for Sale
ID: 1442958
price range D
10,000 to 15,000 €

Trakehner
Stallion
7 years
16.34 hh, Height at withers
Brown
6/19/2018
Oki Sport Horses
25486 Alveslohe Germany
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+49 (0)1714705979
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Seller
HIPPO‘S OSIRIS
Horse for Sale
1442958
price range D
10,000 to 15,000 €
Trakehner
Stallion
7 years
16.34 hh
Brown
Dressage
Zuchtverband für deutsche Pferde
Location
25486 Alveslohe
Germany

Description

English
German
Dutch
Bildhübscher 7 jähriger brauner gekörter Hengst, Trakehner von Ostblick a.d. Oktiabrina von Telets, 1,66 groß, einwandfreien Charakter, absolut lieb im Umgang, keine Hengstmanieren. 
Ausbildungsstand: A Dressur platziert , L fertig und sofort einsetzbar, macht außerdem einen super Sprung .
Schmiede-und Verladefromm, sowieso geländesicher. 
Geeignet auch für Reitanfänger, turnierambitionierte Reiter .
Video auf Anfrage.
 
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A picturesque Stallion. Very very good in all respects and for beginners! Has no Stallion manners.
Is placed at the start of each tournament!
Suitable for fine dressage. Power jumped a good terrain
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Een pittoreske hengst. Heel erg goed in alle opzichten en voor beginners! Heeft geen manieren hengst.
Wordt geplaatst aan het begin van elk toernooi!
Geschikt voor fijne dressuur. Macht sprong een goede terrein

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Oki Sport Horses

25486 Alveslohe Germany
+49 (0)1714705979
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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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