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Oldenburg Stallion for Sale in Scottsdale, AZ
This guy is my dream horse! His pedigree is full of some of the most amazing horses in the world!! I need to take currant photos this week, but check out the web site for his pedigree and for currant photos! He has such beautiful conformation and his unique color is the icing on the cake. (Bay with 3 socks, blaze and a FLAXEN tail! He almost has the color of those Russian warmbloods that have the gold shimmer. He has a great personality and love attention. He is getting flooded with hormones right now and ocassionally will think about being naughty, but we are all over that. He needs to have someone who KNOWS how to raise a foal and a stallion prospect. See our web site for information. Only for sale because we are going to start a family and get out of the breeding busine
About Scottsdale, AZ
The area which would include what would become Scottsdale was originally inhabited by the Hohokam, from approximately 300 BC to 1450 AD. This ancient civilization farmed the area and developed a complex network of canals for irrigation which was unsurpassed in pre-Columbian North America. At its peak, the canals stretched over 250 miles, many of which built remains extant today, some having been renovated and put back into use in the 20th century. Under still-mysterious circumstances, the Hohokam disappeared around 1450 or 1500, the most likely theory having to do with a prolonged drought. The area's later occupants, the Pima and O'odham (also known as the Papago), are thought to be the direct descendants of the Hohokam people.