International Champagne Horse Registry

Khalvin Khlein


Khalvin Khlein KpM

Half-Arabian Amber Champagne Stallion
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Mrs. Gwendolyn Gregorio
Gestuet Falkenhorst
07806 Neustadt an der Orla

Phone: +49-36481-24172


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Khalvin Khlein  KpM ("Khalvin")

Half-Arabian Amber Champagne Stallion

American WB Registry  # AWR84040698940098054
IAHA  # 1A 333110
CHA # 0001001
ICHR registry pending

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Khalvin as a yearling.

Photos by Johnny Johnston.
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Gwendolyn Gregorio, Khalvins' owner, reports: "Khalvin Khlein KpM, the imported US APb (Arabian Partbred) stallion was approved with the German Arabian Breed Association ZSAA on 11th/12th of May 2001.  He scored a sensational 8 for type and trot! Comment of the breeding director for his performance: jumps with great elastic bascule and very good technique, outstanding trot with great elasticity and very good balance, beautiful type and great stallion presence." The 4 photos to the left were taken by Bildreport Wagner during his test for this approval.

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Live cover:   $1,500 only in Germany
Frozen semen available when officially approved in Germany
(after 30/31 of March, 2001)

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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