International Champagne Horse Registry




Chief Justice Louie

AQHA # X0683407 

Offered for sale by:

Peggy Fox
P O Box 91
Waymart, PA 18472  USA

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Born 4/11/2009, this versatile Appendix QH  is a suitable prospect for English/Western Pleasure, HUS, Dressage, Jumping, Ranch, 4-H. Sire 15.2, Dam 14.2, both elegant movers, exceptionally gentle. Sire easily goes English or Western. Dam rated 12 mover. Sable Cream Dun on seal brown base, eyes to turn hazel, no white, will look like Sire. Handled since birth. Intelligent, inquisitive and affordable. Leads, trims, clips, hauls and stays in your pocket. Negotiable to right home. Call or email for price. Financing available. Serious inquires only, please.

Price: Negotiable to right home

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