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AT STUD: RARE AGE LINE PUREBRED FRIESIAN STALLION
Armani NC is a purebred FHAHA registered Friesian stallion sired by World Dressage champion Melle 311, patriarch of the rare Age line. His dam is a 16.2h Feike star mare out of 3 time IFSHA grand champion driving mare Tsjitske vdh, sired by Sjaard. He currently measures 16.1 and already shows fluid movement and correct conformation. He is jet black all year with lots of mane and feathering. Armani is quiet, respectful and willing to work. If you want to add height, color, temperament and majestic forward movement to your foals, check him out! He is available for breeding to Friesians and other breeds. We ship cooled and do AI in Cedar Rapids. (Last 3 pics are sire Melle 311, dam Lara F.Q. and 1st foal, Sampson- saddlebred cross born May 2012.) Stud fee $650 + collection and shipping.
Ad Type:At Stud
Status:Available
Name:Armani NC
Breed:Friesian
Gender:Stallion
Color:Black
Height:16.1 hands
Temperament:1 - Calm (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:6 yrs
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 650
Location:West branch, IA 52358
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