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Grulla stallion with your choice of mares
I am a 20 year AQHA Preferred Breeder selling 90 head of young production. Due to my serious health issues all top quality are going. Because of my health and the quantity I must sell, I would prefer to sell multiple lots. This stallion can be taken with your choice of 5 young mares for 8,800 to 15,300 depending on your selection(Age,Champion pedigree,quality)(That is for stallion plus 5 mares).Will include sample photos of some mares.( 50 to choose from) Stallion only price is 2800. Stallion is a silvery grullo with maximum black markings, including around eyes, He carries strong color genetics, back multiple generations black and red dun. He is quiet and easy to handle. Horses are ranch raised here, handled right from a closed disease free herd. Serious inquiries only please. Due to my health I cannot supply a video and to take more photos is difficult. Please leave a clear message, repeat your phone number twice. Phone calls are preferred.
Height: 14.3
Age: 49
Sex: Stallion
Colour: Grulla
Category: Quarter Horse
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