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Stallion located in Belgium, Europe

Pleasure's Pot o' Gold ("Potter")

Tennessee Walking Horse Stallion
Gold

TWHBEA#20000342
ICHR #TW2000-0362

 

Presented for stud service by:

Mr. Henk le Sage
sniekershof-twh@telenet.be 
Farm name: Sniekershof
Address: Raamdijk 2
Kinrooi  3640 Belgium
www.sniekershof-twh.be

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Potter's movement is loose and strong without a tendency to be pacey. He could compete with his sire, the well known The Pride Piper, looking at his conformation. Besides his good looks and correct smooth gaits, his disposition is outstanding and that's what made me fall for him ... Potter has a very willing to please attitude and enjoys being out on the trail, alone or in a group.

As of 2006 Potter is officially a stud. Now in 2011 Potter has 16 offspring, 9 of them are champagne.

For 2012 there is at least 1 more offspring.

Potter has a stud fee of 800,- LFG. We prefer artificial insemination (AI) to protect your mare and our stallion. Potter has had a very extensive vet check including x-rays of his legs and feet and passed all tests.

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