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Talented Holsteiner Gelding


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PRICE REDUCTION! Offered for your consideration is Ramsee. This stunning gelding is registered Holsteiner by SaluutII standing 16.1h and fifteen years old Ramsee is lifetime USEF registered. He has 3 very correct uphill gaits and is currently schooling second level. Ramsee is also very easy over fences making for a nice equitation horse. Currently showing at 3 feet with scope to do 36 with ease. He is barefoot with nice feet. This horse would make a stunning addition to any barn. Ramsee is priced at 12500 OBO for a quick uncomplicated sale. Owner is motivated. Has recent Xrays. Video available upon request. Located in Eustis Fl.

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Breed Holsteiner
Sex Male
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Location: Mount Dora, FL, United States

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The Holsteiner is a breed of horse originating in the Schleswig-Holstein region of northern Germany. It is thought to be the oldest of warmblood breeds, tracing back to the 13th century. Though the population is not large, Holsteiners are a dominant force of international show jumping, and are found at the top levels of dressage, combined driving, show hunters, and eventing.

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