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 Homozygenous Skewbald stallion at stud

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Carolyn Jones



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name : Carolyn Jones
Registration date : 2009-07-31

PostSubject: Homozygenous Skewbald stallion at stud   Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:59 pm

K.W.P.N ( Dutch Warmblood) Bay / black/ white skewbald . Guaranteed coloued foal ! "Axioma's Breezer" is approx 15.3hh at 4 years old. He is well bred including several German jumping & dressage sires in his pedigree & includes the great "Samber" on both sides ! He has a fantastic temperament which he has passed onto his foals. He has great paces & movement , won his only 4 years dressage test & is showing a tidy jump with good technique. All mares covered 2008 & 2009 in foal ! View pictures at www.vistaverdeequi.com
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