Beautiful 3 YO Bay KWPN Mare For Sale

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Name
Breed
Warmblood
Gender
Mare
Color
Bay
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
114/6,400
Ad Status
Available
Price
$12,000

Warmblood Mare for Sale in Rome, NY

Beautiful dark bay 3 year old pending KWPN - NA. Built very correct, already 15-3 and still growing. Has had 30 days professional training and is coming along nicely. Is very cooperative and willing. Loves attention. She will make a beautiful Dressage or Hunter prospect. Dam is Jockey Club registered grey TB mare that was used as a lesson horse and shown locally as a hunter by beginners and children. She is extremely kind as well as beautiful and I know PJ will follow in her hoofprints. Sire is LeFeu, registered Dutch Warmblood stallion who posesses excellent bloodlines for both DRESSAGE and JUMPING including FEU D AMOUR, PION (a foundation stallion for the KWPN) COLD SLIPPER, ABGAR and IRMA LA DOUCE. These are current videos as of May 2009 after 30 days professional training
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About Rome, NY

Rome was founded along an ancient Native American portage path known as the Oneida Carrying Place , Deo-Wain-Sta, or The Great Carrying Place to the Six Nations (Iroquois), or the Haudenosaunee in their language. These names refer to a portage road or path between the Mohawk River to the east, which flows east to the Hudson River; and Wood Creek to the west, which flows into Lake Ontario. Now located within the modern Rome city limits, this short portage path was the only overland section of a water trade route stretching more than 1,000 miles between Lake Ontario and the lower Hudson. Travelers and traders coming up the Mohawk River from the Hudson had to transfer their cargo and boats and transport them overland between 1.7 and six miles (depending on the season) to continue west on Wood Creek to Lake Ontario. This ancient trade route joined the Great Lakes and Canada via the Mohawk River to the Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean.

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