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Siring Talented Dressage and Jumping foals
Everything's Austin: Both of his parents were imported from Germany. Austin's sire is ES Empire. His dam is First Things First, daughter of First Gotthard. Austin is registered in the U.S. Hanoverian Registry. (See his Pedigree). Siring large, typey, big-boned, athletic, balanced colts and fillies. Sired colts and fillies are very talented in dressage and jumping for the show arena, having an extreme floating trot with suspension. $1000 stud fee to Hanoverian/Warmblood/Thoroughbred Mares $750 stud fee to all other breeds Pictures are of Austin, ES Empire, First Gotthard, and sired foals "Empress" and "Edison".
Ad Type:At Stud
Status:Available
Name:"Everything's Austin"
Breed:Hanoverian
Gender:Stallion
Color:Chestnut
Height:16.2 hands
Temperament:5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:12 yrs 11 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,000
Location:Snohomish, WA 98296
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