Akhal-Teke/ Appaloosa Sporthorse Stud

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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
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16.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
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Appaloosa Stallion at Stud in Salmon, ID

Halhelooya is a registered Nez Perce stallion, Akhal - Teke and Appaloosa Sporthorses. He is elegant with lots of Teke type evident in great withers, long legs, narrow build, and metallic coat, topped off with Appaloosa markings. Range - raised, he is versitle athlete with a long gliding flat stride, great feet and bone. He stamps his foals w / his conformation and height and the mare's coloring. He's produce gaited foals from gaited mares and spots with a non - colored mare. Halhelooya combines the calm, willing, Appaloosa temperament with the exoticism and athleticism of the Teke. Also suited to cutting and ranch work. His pedigree includes Stud Spider, BostonMac, Bright Eyes Brother, Peavy Bimbo, Triple Chick, and ThreeBars, and he represents the Skak Teke line. See www. al
... more»lbreedpedigree. com. Some foals eligible as Nez Perce horses or Sporthorses. Isn't it time to add some elegance to your Appaloosas?

About Salmon, ID

The Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the continental divide at Lemhi Pass, 30 miles (48 km) to the southeast of Salmon. They followed the Salmon River through the present site of the city, then ascended the North Fork of the river, at the present day town named after the confluence, to cross into present-day Montana near Lost Trail Pass. The sole female in the party, Sacagawea, was born in the Lemhi Valley near Salmon. The Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center was opened in Salmon in August 2003. From 1910 to 1939, Salmon was the western terminus of the now-defunct Gilmore and Pittsburgh Railroad.

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