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Photo Credit(s): 1)Shannon Brinkman   /   (2): Photo by MacMillan Photography   /   3) Photo by MacMillan Photography   /   4) Photo by MacMillan Photography

A young stallion approved at inspection by the ATA in 2020, this exciting gray stallion is a talented eventer who qualified for the 2019 American Eventing Championship at Novice level and preparing to move up to Preliminary level under Andrew Palmer. His first foal crop is due in 2022. This stallion may look familiar to you for a reason: he is by the well-known, multi-talented Elite and Performance Gold stallion Stiletto *Pg*E*, who competed through Intermediate level eventing as well as in Grand Prix dressage. Talent certainly runs in the blood of this stallion. Stiletto's sire is the Elite and Performance Gold stallion Martini *Pg*E*, a Grand Prix dressage master. Furthermore. Stiletto's damsire is the Olympic gold medalist Abdullah *Pg*E*. Ladino’s dam line includes Elite stallions E.H. Marduc and E.H. Consul. This high-performance pedigree from 6 Elite stallions was evident at Ladino’s stallion inspection, where Ladino scored a 9 for his jumping.


Royal Palm Farm

Andrew Palmer (334)790-5507 or

Fresh Shipped Collection/Handling: Fresh: $250 Shipping Fees: Actual fedex charges
Breeding Notes:
Current Bid:
Nick P
  (Reserve Met)
Next Bid:
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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