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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

Ladino is an up-and-coming Eventing stallion who is currently competing successfully at the Preliminary level under Andrew Palmer. Ladino is often ridden by young riders and adult amateurs including being a last minute catch ride for a young rider for a Classic Three-Day Event. Ladino’s foals show a kind and willing temperament with correct movement. Ladino is by the well-known, multi-talented Elite and Performance Gold stallion Stiletto *Pg*E*, who competed through Intermediate level eventing and 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
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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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