A gorgeous and very talented young Arab-Trakehner filly by the Champion Hunter pleasure and Rasmoniet RSI son, Ras-Moniet. Her dam, Tokio, was a daughter of the German stallion Troubadour. Troubadour, a son of the dressage stallion Flaneur, was approved at Neumanster in 1975, after which he stood at the Klosterhof Medingen until May of 1978 when he was imported the US by Edith Kosterka. He had a very successful dressage career and in 1988 he was the reserve horse for the Swiss Dressage Team at the Seoul Olympics.
This young filly currently stands 15.3 hands with the potential to go over 16hands as she will not mature until four years of age. She has the temperament and trainability suited for an amateur, and the gaits a professional will love. She does everything you would expect her to do for her age, easy to catch, ties, leads, stands for periods of time, loads and hauls quietly, stands for farrier/worming/shots, stands for bathing, and general grooming. She is good in a stall and mannerly in a turnout situation. Respectful of fencing. She wears sheets/blankets.
Ground work was done beginning of the year, which included lunging, ground driving and exposed to both bridle and saddle before being turned out to pasture to grow this summer.
This is a well mannered, beautiful young lady who will be a lovely addition to a show barn and breeding program. registries when her foal by the respective stallion is presented for inspection. No illness, sound of mind and body. Great conformation, great mind. This young mare was foaled here, sold as a two year old, was brought back for ground work and saddle training. Now new owner has family issues that forces sale. Wonderful mare! Price in no way reflects quality!
Health/coggins responsibility of the buyer. Domestic shipping can be arranged.
Company / Facility:
Windy Hill -
Breeding quality Arabian and Trakehner sport horses