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Thoroughbred Stallion at Stud in New Haven, MO
This typey little Thoroughbred is just the thing for siring 'fancy' Hunter Ponies and athletic performance horses. He is sired by a son of the great champion The Minstrel out of a nice little Thoroughbred mare with bloodlines of Nearco, Princequillo, Northern Dancer, Raise A Native, and many other Greats. He is absolutely 'correct' in conformation, good bone and feet, very refined, cute little head, moves as athletically as a 'cat' and has a wonderful, sweet disposition. If you are looking for something to sire 'fancy' Ponies this little stallion is what you are looking for. He would also cross very well with Quarter Horses and Paints for athleticism and refinement. Transported semen available to non Thoroughbreds.
About New Haven, MO
New Haven was originally called Miller's Landing, and under the latter name was platted in 1855. A post office called New Haven has been in operation since 1858. The AME Church of New Haven, New Haven Commercial Historic District, New Haven Residential Historic District, Wilhelm Pelster House-Barn, and Christopher and Johanna Twelker Farm are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One notable resident of the New Haven area was Herman Otten (b.1933, d. 2019), pastor of Trinity Lutheran for 55 years.