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Photo Credit(s): 1)Kimmy Risser   /   (2): Dawn Jones-Low   /   3) Dawn Jones-Low   /   4) Kimmy Risser

Description:
FCF Oberons Vanity was purpose bred for sport horse traits from old-fashioned CMK lineages that reliably produce athletic horses with stamina, longevity and exceptional temperaments. At the 70 day test he was the only non-Warmblood stallion in the cohort placing 5th while demonstrating aptitude over fences as well as for dressage. The training director awarded FCF Oberons Vanity excellent scores including a 10 for Character, 9s for Willingness and Rideability, 9.5 for Constitution, 8 for Trot, 8.5 for Cross Country Gallop, and 8.5 for Cross Country Jumping Technique. He is now competing successfully at Intermediare and schooling Grand Prix dressage. Due to his exceptional temperament and work ethic, he has served as a schoolmaster for students. He is siring offspring with strong balanced feet, substantial bone, elastic gaits, and exemplary character and willingness. He is heterozygous for gray and has sired chestnuts and bays in addition to grays.

Owner/Agent:

Dawn Jones-Low, Faerie Court Farm

Dawn Jones-Low (802) 989-3562 dawnjl@faeriecourtfarm.com

Availability:
Frozen Collection/Handling: Shipping Fees:
Breeding Notes:
Current Bid:
$750.00
by
magic
  (Reserve Met)
Next Bid:
(minimum)
$800.00
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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