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Daca La Countessa (Kashmir DF X Daca La Empress) 1999 Chestnut Mare
Elegant, tall chestnut mare; well started under saddle; available open; or with a breeding to any My Way Ranch, LLC stallion! Copper chestnut; lovely blaze; huge eyes! Kind, gentle dispostion; beautiful mover! Long, elegant, hingy neck; so required in Dam lines, as well as performance classes of today! Pedigree includes icons; *Bask, Khadraj, *Ponomarev, Strike, Ferseyn, *Aladdinn, *Salon, and *Padron! Star studded Pedigree to be a champion producer; or, show her under saddle! This would be a stunning Hunt or Western prospect! Breathtaking, animated mover! World Class pedigree! Professionally trained! Sells with a breeding to the My Way Ranch Stallion of your choice! Pick from sons of AJMAN MONISCIONE, MAGNUM PSYCHE, DA VALENTINO, VERSACE, STIVAL, or LD PISTAL!
Height: 15.1
Age: 163
Sex: Mare
Colour: Chestnut
Category: Arabian
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