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Chocolate Colt, Needs Good Home
Sire and Dam are on site for this colt. KMSHA eligible will come with him. This colt is VERY friendly and ready to wean, he is very well built and has a lot of potential for the show ring, trail, as a stallion or as a gelding, or anything else you would like to train him for in the future. He was born August 9, 2012. Has wonderful genetics and neither parent carries a red gene, so he will not carry a red gene either. Won't last long at this price. Can package him with another 2012 unrelated yearling filly, an unrelated Spotted Mountain mare, a champagne two year old stud or miniature horses of your choice. Ask about package prices Call or text 859-319-7141
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:You Name Him
Breed:Kentucky Mountain
Gender:Stallion
Color:Silver Dapple
Height:14.2 hands
Temperament:2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:12 yrs 8 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 300
Location:Danville, KY 40484
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