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post #1 of 4 Old 06-04-2012, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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Proven Sporthorse Stud! Amateur friendly babies! F-line Holsteiner lines!

$350 introductory Rate for a proven stallion! 1998 registered PtHA (Pinto Horse Association) stud with a certificate of pedigree from the AHHA (American Holsteiner Horse Association) and in the process of being registered AWS (American Warmblood Society) through his offspring. This stallion is out of FRANAT who had the distinction of being the most purebred Holsteiner stallion standing in the US, as the F-line carries the highest percentage of pure Holsteiner blood in existence today tracing back to the three foundation sires. Franat was an FEI level dressage stallion, who won numerous AHSA and USDF Grand and Reserve Championships, as well as Horse of the Year Awards. Franat is also highly qualified in the jumper arena, having produced numerous successful offspring in both Show Jumping and Eventing as well as siring many approved stallions in multiple registries. Frizzen follows in his sire's footsteps and stamps his babies with great brains and excellent movement. He is well built, compact and uphill with natural lofty gaits, has excellent bone and great feet and legs. He was used by his breeder for years to cross with Thoroughbreds, Quarter Horses and even draft mares in order to create an amateur friendly, well built, athletic sporthorse that could excel in the ring or on the trail. Some of his offspring are just hitting the show circuits in Hunters, Dressage and Eventing and excelling and all are excellent amateur friendly trail mounts as well. He is located in Central Pa and we offer only live cover. Live foal guarantee and mare care is $5/day dry $10/day wet. Ultrasound and other veterinary services can be provided by an outstanding local vet for additional fees. Pictures/Video of him and some of his offspring are available by request or schedule a time to come see him in person!
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Does this stallion have a show record? What type of training does he have? Any? What are his foals doing in the show ring?
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post #3 of 4 Old 06-04-2012, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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He does not have a show record, he has been used primarily as a breeding stud by a large trail riding outfit that bred their own stock and used them for local shows as well in both english and western. I just got him after working with a few of his offspring for the last few years and loving them. He has a 5 yr old QHxHolsteiner gelding that was just started this spring and is doing local hunter stuff at the 2'6 height and looking to move up this summer. He has also been started cross country and has an aptitude for eventing and is also confirmed 1st level, starting 2nd level movements. He was shown in hand last year at some local dressage and hunter shows and both types of judges love him. He wasn't started last year simply because we ran out of time. I also have a coming 3 yr old Perch/Holsteiner cross out of him that I am really enjoying as well and he is being started this summer. He was also shown in hand with positive comments from judges. I know that a few of his older offspring are showing well in pretty much all disciplines but I don't have registration numbers or names to give exact details. His previous owners did not market him or keep track of his offspring, however I intend to and because he doesn't have a big name out there I kept his stud fee low to see if any breeders wanted to take a chance on his bloodlines and I could benefit if they did anything with the resulting babies. I have bred him already this year to two well made TB mares and I have high hopes for those babies. I have been fighting with the formatting on the pictures of the offspring of his that I am working with and once I get them figured out I will post pictures.
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Here is a yearling and a 2 yr old shot of the Perch/Holsteiner gelding by Frizzen. I have yet to get a 3 yr old shot as he has just finally finished shedding out but I will soon. The older he gets the more he resembles Frizzen. He has exceptional bone and amazing feet without being too thick as some draft crosses get, as well as having very expressive and lofty gaits and a fantastic personality. As soon as he is under saddle he will have no trouble fulfilling the performance requirements for AWS registration.

Also, here are a few confo/random shots of the 5 yr old. It's hard to take pics of him being ridden...while riding him. But I'm going to be more diligent about recruiting a photographer!! It at least gives you an idea of how much he stamps his babies because these are out of two totally different types of mares and if you look at his offspring compared to that of Franat some of them are identical, it's kind of crazy.
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