International Champagne Horse Registry



 


MF Mi Little Prince Charming ("Prince")

30"  Classic Champagne Miniature Horse Stallion
AMHA/AMHR/ICHR registered; ICHR#MH2003-0247 

 

NO LONGER  offered for  stud service  (SOLD)

PEDIGREE

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Prince Charming is a well-balanced,  Classic Champagne Stallion, with excellent conformation and a refined body type.  Standing 30" tall, he is AMHA/AMHR/ICHR  registered, and DNA tested. He has wide set eyes on a small head with small ears.  His disposition is exceptional, with that "so-willing-to-please-attitude."   We were able to clip both inside and out side of his ears without even so much as a flinch from him. We are expecting Prince's first foal crop in 2006.  Prince is Heterozygous for black as well as champagne.  His color genes will allow him to produce the magnificent Gold, Amber, and Classic Champagnes, as well as Bays Blacks, chestnuts and more.  When bred to mares with a cream gene, he can produce the very lovely Cream Champagnes.  

Here are a few of his babies.  Left to right: Deja, Amira, Max, and Thunder:

 
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Mare care 3.00 a day; multiple mare discounts. 


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Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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