Liebenswerter 6 jähriger Westfalenwallach zu verkaufen

 
 
 
Horse for Sale
ID: 1345871
7,000 €
Westphalian
Gelding
6 years
16.2 hh, Height at withers
Brown
6/26/2017
Private vendor
5431 Kuchl
Austria
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+43 (0)66475006312
 

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Seller
Priboy
Horse for Sale
1345871
7,000 €
Westphalian
Gelding
6 years
16.2 hh
Brown
Jumping
Dressage
Leisure
Location
5431 Kuchl
Austria

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Verkaufe lieben 6 jährigen ca. 1,75 grossen braunen Westfalenwallach welcher direkt vom Gestüt Sprehe gezogen wurde. Vater: Polansky - Platzierungen bis zur Klasse S*** international vorhanden Vater Vater: Pontifex Platzierungen bis zur Klasse S** vorhanden Mutter : Cassiopya N Der Wallach durfte bereits erste Tunierluft schnuppern, ist grundsätzlich brav - hat aber dennoch dem Alter entsprechend Flausen im Kopf. Probereiten jederzeit möglich.
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6-year-old approx. 1.75 large Brown Westfalen gelding who was moved directly from the stud Sprehe love for sale. Father: Polansky - placements up to class S * internationally available father father: Pontifex placements up to class S * present mother: the gelding was allowed to breathe first Tunierluft Cassiopya N, is basically good – has ideas in my head but still according to the age. Pro ready at any time.
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6-jarige ca. 1,75 grote Brown Westfalen Ruin die werd verplaatst vanuit de stoeterij Sprehe liefde voor verkoop. Vader: Polansky - plaatsingen tot klasse S * internationaal beschikbaar vader: Pontifex plaatsingen tot klasse S * huidige moeder: de ruin werd toegestaan om te ademen van eerste Tunierluft Cassiopya N, is in principe goed – heeft ideeën in mijn hoofd, maar nog steeds volgens de leeftijd. Pro klaar op elk gewenst moment.
5431 Kuchl Austria
+43 (0)66475006312
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The origins of the Westphalian breeding lie in the founding of the state stud in Warendorf in 1826, the Breeders' Association itself was founded in 1904. By the end of the Second World War mainly heavier workhorses were bred there, which were used as carriage horses by farmers.Initially, a variety o ...more
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