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Horse for Sale
ID: 1693861
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Trakehner
Stallion
Foal (04/2019)
Brown
7/13/2019
Steffi Haunert
56581 Kurtscheid Germany
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Horse for Sale
1693861
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Trakehner
Stallion
Foal (04/2019)
Brown
Dressage
Trakehner Verband

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Zum Verkauf steht hier ein  viel versprechendes Hengstfohlen vom Hengst Karl Lagerfeld,fürs grosse Viereck oder zur Hengst Aufzucht . 
Der junge Mann besitzt drei sehr gute GGA und ein Pedigree was keine wünsche offen lässt. Direkt vom Züchter. Stamm der Kantilene 
Aus dieser Linie Stammen  auch z.b.:  K2 ,Key West. Und auch der Siegerhengst 2018 Kattenau. 
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For sale here is a promising colt from the stallion Karl Lagerfeld, for the big quadrangle or to the stallion rearing.
The young man has three very good GGAs and a pedigree which leaves nothing to be desired. Directly from the breeder. Tribe of the Cantileene
From this line also stammen e.g.: K2 ,Key West. And also the winning stallion 2018 Kattenau.
Location
56581 Kurtscheid
Germany

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Steffi Haunert

56581 Kurtscheid Germany
+49 (0)1607705241
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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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