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Description:
This young Perechlest son, with his distinctive markings and dynamic uphill movements, is sure to be a show stopper! Both the dam and sire lines are packed with performance lines! “Perry” has ‘classic’ Trakehner type, which can best be described as ‘aristocratic.’ He has a large, kind eye, and noble expression. His movements are elastic, gaits ground-covering. During his approvals he demonstrated not only good jumping technique, but was thoughtful and clever when going through the chute. Under saddle he has been a willing learner with a solid work ethic, even during the breeding season. He has always been described as a ‘gentleman’ and is very easy to handle. 2015 brought his first foal crop, and he is proving to stamp with good neck set, lots of ‘chrome’, and good temperament, and considerable athleticism. Dam sire Cornus was an M level show jumper and produced international CCI3* mare La Corna and Dorothee Schneider's FEI dressage stallion Ursprung TSF. Feiner Prinz is also very closely related to the top young German dressage stallion Fellini.

Owner/Agent:

Holders Hill Trakehner

Margaret MacGregor (217) 652-6267 or holdershilltrakehners@gmail.com

Availability:
Fresh Collection/Handling: Shipping Fees:
Breeding Notes:
Current Bid:
$500.00
by
zencowboy
  (Reserve Met)
Next Bid:
(minimum)
$550.00
Bid Increment: $50.00                        Sorry, this auction is closed. We suggest you contact the stallion owner directly if you still wish to breed to this stallion.        

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