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Photo Credit(s): 1)Equus Unlimited   /   (2): Equus Unlimited   /  

Description:
Apache*Pb* has many off spring competing successfully in Dressage, Show Jumping and Eventing.  Apache*Pb*s grandson, El Paso, was long listed for the Canadian Olympic Eventing Team with Lindsey Beer.  Apache*Pb* himself was long listed for both the Olympics and Pan American Games in Dressage.  Apache*Pb* had a spectacular career while winning at Saratoga, Dressage at Devon and the Washington International.  Apache*Pb* was also Dressage Horse of the Year.  His incredible temperament and personality, outstanding conformation, wonderful floating gaits and extraordinarily magnificent head are exemplified by his large, expressive, and kind eyes.  All of these excellent traits are evident in his progeny.  Apache*Pb* was bred and campaigned by Galten Farms and ridden by Jacqueline Brooks and Ashley Nicoll.   Apache*Pb* was owned by Ruthanne Faine-Gardner and stood at Joint Venture Farm in Madison, Florida.  Video is of Huachuca, a 2006 gelding by Pajou o/o Hapache by Apache *Pb*

Owner/Agent:

Ruthanne Faine-Gardner

Ruthanne Faine-Gardner (850) 929-4991 or kosakejv@yahoo.com

Availability:
Frozen Collection/Handling: Shipping Fees:
Breeding Notes: Frozen semen only
Current Bid:
$500.00
by
WindyHill
  (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.        

Video Link(s): Video 1
 
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