MUST SELL due to personal circumstances. the person that was buying him has run into health issues and will not be able to buy him. She is donating the coggins and health certificate as well as all of the shots she had done by the vet here. Selling at a fraction of his value. Willis is a 2007 Fairytale Frisian Stallion by Teade 392. He recieved a 1st prieme as a foal and has a 1.56% inbreeding coefiecient. And he has the Hair Factor that everyone dreams of (Anton 343 by Oege).... (read more) Absolutely beautiful Stallion!! Long fore leg with a very up hill build. He has sired two sons (2012, 2013). The 2012 colt Oden (also for sale, please see add) already has a forelock well past his eyes, tail almost to the ground and main nearly to his shoulder as a yearling! I have to cut Willis' tail 2-3 times a year to keep him from stepping on it and pulling it out. He commands attention and is very flashy! He is very sweet and loving with a Great disposition. My 14 year old daughter handles him. He knows the basics and has been on the trails but since he has not been riden much lately I would say he is green. I do not have the time to spend on him to make him a Great horse. He has a lot of potential. I am selling him at this price for a quick sale and because while he was at the trainers 2 years ago he was injured. Some how something poked is right eye and cut his front right leg. After several vet trips glaucoma set in the eye and it had to be removed. A Prosthesis was placed in the eye socket so that it looks like his eye is only shut; it is not a sunken eye socket like many horses you see who have lost an eye. He has adapted to the loss of his eye and now you would hardly notice that he was missing it. When they bandaged the cut on his leg they wrapped it to tight and as a result of the pressure point there is a small patch of white hair just above the ankle. The leg injury does not affect him now. With some training he will be a flashy horse commanding the admiration of all who see him. Picture is of him as a 3 yr old before the loss of his eye.
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