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4) Trakehner filly by Ziethen – Suchard

Description:
Ziethen was the the FEI World Championships (7yr old) in Lion d’Angers in 2020 and is approved by the Trakehner Verband, DSP, Westfalian, Oldenburg OS and OL. He is one of the very few Trakehners who passed his performance test in the jumping division, scoring 8.4 for ability, 8.0 for technique and 8.5 for rideability. In 2018, multiple wins and high finishes in young dressage horse, show jumper and cross country classes at training level (5yr old). Ziethen qualified easily for the Bundeschampionat for the German event horse and was 5th at the FEI World Championships (6yr old) in Lion d’Angers/France with Sophie Leube. In 2020, Ziethen won the CCI3*-S in Langenhagen (GER), the CCI2*-S in Weserstede (GER) and Kronenberg (NL). He had numerous top finishes in Belgium and Poland at CCI3*-S level, placed at 1.30 m show jumping, and won the FEI World Championships (7yr old) in Lion d’Angers.

Owner/Agent:

George Muehlethaler, Sweetwater Stud

+359 886 281 305

Availability:
1 Dose Frozen Collection/Handling: SES Handling Fees Shipping Fees: Standard SES rates (~$350).
Breeding Notes: Superior Equine Sires: www.superiorequinesires.com
Current Bid:
$1,050.00
by
Peregrine Farm
  (Reserve Met)
Next Bid:
(minimum)
$1,100.00
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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