One-of-a-kind perlino TB mare in foal to cremello TB stallion!

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    08-11-2010, 04:30 PM
One-of-a-kind perlino TB mare in foal to cremello TB stallion!

Fabulous opportunity for breeders to purchase this simply unique and one of a kind 16.2hh+, 2006 perlino Thoroughbred mare by RFF Kings Ransom out of Lissas Gold Legacy.

"Pearl" is a perlino which is a double dilute of the bay gene, so she will 100% guarantee single dilute colouring on all of her foals. She is also in foal to the stellar 16.1hh cremello TB stallion - Guaranteed Gold - for a June 2011 foal that is 100% guaranteed to be a double dilute in colour - either cremello (50%), perlino (25%) or smoky cream (25% - which is the double dilute of the black gene).

Her previous 2 foals have been sold in utero - to Colorado (a perlino filly which measures 15.3hh at 14 months of age) and a smoky cream colt which has been sold to Germany. They are both fabulous, correct foals with excellent conformation and exceptional movement and both should mature to the 16.2-17hh range.


"TCF Palladium"

"Pearl" is an exceptionally large framed TB mare and would fit in well with a breeding program looking to add height and substance along with correct conformation, excellent movement and a stellar temperament along with the 100% guarantee of dilute colour.

"Pearl" is available for sale with her 2011 foal and it is also possible to purchase just the in utero foal option instead. Please contact me for pricing and details on both options.

"Guaranteed Gold"

I can be contacted at: or 519-443-0036 with any questions you might have

Pictures of RFF Pearlescent, Guaranteed Gold and her foals - Champagneandpearls and TCF Palladium can also be seen at:

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