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Oldenburg Stallion at Stud in Scottsdale, AZ
See our web site and get to know this rare gem of a stallion. He has quality about him that he seems to glow. He is so gentle and quiet that an amature friend of mine, who has never collected a stallion, collected him for me while I was in the emergancy room with my mother. I had a collection that HAD to be sent out. He is my for ever dream horse that I'm so proud to own and love. His movement is so beautiful, conformation is perfect and he is pre potent! Crossing well with many types of mares, he re - produces himself. He was bred to a Qtr horse mare who scored in the mid 50's, the resulting foal was 81. We have discounts for: FFA, POA, 4H, Multiple Mares, Prem Mares and return clients. we are glad to help in the creation of your dream horse.
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.