Westphalian Warmblood Mare

De Frascati GSF
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
16.1 hh
Foal Date
April, 2016
United States
Ad Status

Westphalian Mare for Sale in George West, TX

For your consideration ~ A Granddaughter of Donnerhall Name: De Frascati GSF 2016 - Mare Color: Chestnut with Bird Catcher Spots Registered Westphalian German Warmblood Lifetime USEF & Westphalian North America RHEINLAND-PFALZ-SAAR International Sire: HB 1 Der Graf by Donnerhall Dam: Stutbuch 2 Confetti GSF by Champagne Ambassador Sage, as we call her is green broke. Her disposition is willing, friendly and not easily spooked. She has no vices or bad habits. She can easily be pastured with foals, mares and geldings. She will make an amazing brood mare, as she has sensitive maternal instincts. She walks, trots, canters, stops and and has been started over fences and in dressage. She rides in English and Western Saddle styles, with no preference of which one. She has been ridden down a country road, in the pasture and different types of arenas. She trailers in long hauls quietly and easily. She needs a confident and experienced rider, as she is a strong horse. Price is Firm. Serious Inquiries Only. Shipping is available at the purchasers expense. If you have further questions, please contact Jennifer with Eternity Performance Horses LLC at ephorses@outlook.com NOTE: If you have any intention of fraudulent activity when acquiring about this horse, you are advised not to do so. Any funds received that are fraudulent will be reported to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and Local Law Enforcement. All payment for said horse will only be accepted via bank to bank wire transfer to protect the buyer and seller.

About George West, TX

George West was a land venture and ranching enterprise of George Washington West and Kittie West. Originally from Shannonville Tennessee, West began to build his town in 1913, after ranching from 1880 to 1912 in the area between Pleasanton and Corpus Christi. He sold his cattle holdings and began to colonize some 75,000 acres (300 km 2). West offered the San Antonio, Uvalde and Gulf Railroad $100,000 and a free easement through his land to build to George West. West had made his fortune on cattle drives but knew that the future rested with the transport of the animals on a train.

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