$ 25,000

Extremely Athletic Hunter Gelding

Florida, Orlando
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  • Extremely Athletic Hunter Gelding
Salvatore is a large dark brown hanoverian gelding by the Elite Stallion Sir Caletto out of an imported Hessian mare by Don Primero (Donnerhall) out of a St. Pr. Mare (Damokles). This boy really has a stunning pedigree up and down boasting some of the top jumper and dressage bloodlines in Europe. Both of his parents were extremely successful in the hunter ring at 3'6" at the highest rated A and AA shows in the country. He is an in your pocket type and has been since he was born on mothers day in 2011. He has been lightly broke to ride but will be turned out until he is 3.
Hanoverian
more about this breed:
Hanoverian
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:Salvatore
Breed:Hanoverian
Gender:Gelding
Color:Brown
Height:15.30 hands
Temperament:4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:2 yrs 2 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 25,000
Location:Orlando, FL 32825
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