'99 Double Registered AWS / Arabian Mare
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Hanoverian Mare for Sale in Hayden, ID
Abbey exudes the best of both worlds. The Hanoverian gives her incredible athleticism and fluidity in her strides. The Polish Arabian gives her exceptional beauty and endurance. Abbey has the quality, willingness and ability to go all the way to the top. Abbey's superb conformation, incredible movement, and kind willing attitude has earned her blue preferred status from the AWS. She placed fifth nationally in the AWS year end inspections as a two year old. Abbey has been started in dressage and has three lovely gaits. Her sire is the highly noted Hanoverian stallion Winnetou who can be seen at cocolallacreeksporthorses. com If you are looking for your next sporthorse performance prospect, look no further than Absolute Elegance. Don't let this girl pass you by!!! Many more photos and a video available to serious inquires. MOTIVATED SELLER!! Any reasonable offer considered!!!
About Hayden, ID
The Village of Hayden was incorporated in 1955 with a total of 440 acres with a population of around 700 people. According to legend, the name Hayden comes from a man named Matt Heyden, a pioneer who won the rights to name the lake, and therefore the city, by winning a game of “seven-up” against John Hager and John Hickey in 1878. The lake became known as Heyden’s Lake, which was altered over time before eventually officially becoming Hayden Lake. It is often confused as the former location of a 20-acre (8.1 ha) compound for the Aryan Nations, a neo-Nazi white supremacist group, whose compound was located just North in Kootenai County.