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ID: 1356814
9,500 €
Westphalian
Mare
8 years
16.1 hh, Height at withers
Black
11/23/2017
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WIND LADY
Horse for Sale
1356814
9,500 €
Westphalian
Mare
8 years
16.1 hh
Black
Dressage
Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V.
Location
33330 Gütersloh
Germany

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Wind Lady- Wunderschöne Rapp-Stute mit guten Grundgangarten. Gut geritten, klar im Kopf und im Umgang. Nach einer Zuchtpause wieder im Beritt.Wegen einer kleinen Verkalkung im Nackenbereich weit unter Preis zu verkaufen
 
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Wind Lady beautiful Rapp Mare with good basic gaits. Well ridden, all right in the head and in the handling. After a pause of breeding again in the Beritt.Wegen of a small arteries in the neck area far below price for sale
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Wind Lady mooie Rapp merrie met goede basisgangen. Goed gereden, goed in het hoofd en in de behandeling. Na een pauze van fokken opnieuw in de Beritt.Wegen van een kleine slagaders in het halsgebied ver onder de prijs te koop

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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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