Sire Of Reg'L Winners! Fire God son!

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Name
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Stallion
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
221/8,110
Ad Status
Available
Stud Fee
$750

Arabian Stallion at Stud in Junction City, KS

Setanem (AHA #0547***0, Sweepstakes Nom. Sire, PHRI #3971***02) AT STUD (Fire God (Bask - Tez) X Wamar Kameo (Premeer) ) SCID Clear and registered with the Pintabian Horse Reg. as an ~Outcross Sire~. His pedigree is riddled with foundation individuals such as Bask, Shaikh Al Badi, Rafferty, and Ghalii. ~Setanem~ is a powerful stallion with a well proportioned body, pretty face w / a HUGE eye, and full mane and tail. He holds multiple class ~A~ Western Pleasure wins in two regions. Sire of multiple class ~A~ and Regional winners. ~Setanem~ improves size, quality of the head, neck, straightness of legs, sound confirmation, and temperament on the mares he has been bred to. His foals are of the quality that can be competitively shown or be the beloved ~family horse~. Has sired 85%
... more» fillies to date! Stud Fee: $750 / $500. Shipped Semen Available. Multiple Mare Discounts. Located in Junction City, KS.

About Junction City, KS

Junction City is so named from its position at the confluence of the Smoky Hill and Republican rivers. In 1854, Andrew J. Mead of New York of the Cincinnati-Manhattan Company, Free Staters connected to the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company planned a community there called Manhattan (there was also a discussion to call it New Cincinnati). When the steamship Hartford delivering the immigrants could not reach the community because of low water on the Kansas River, the Free Staters settled 20 miles east in what today is Manhattan, Kansas. The community was renamed Millard City for Captain Millard of the Hartford on October 3, 1855.

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