Grey Warmblood Mare


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Extra cute Oldenburg mare! Was a dressage mount back in her younger years and has had a couple of foals. Still gets up and goes like a young one! Fancy mover. Sire is the exquisite Leonidas sire of many up and coming and accomplished dressage and jump horses. She has good ground manners and loves to be loved on. No reason she couldnt be restarted. Would be a cool project type horse. No soundness issues. Easy keeper no shoes or grain needed. UTD on vaccinations farrier and just got her teeth floated. Good home is a must. Would do best with an experienced rider interested in a nice project.

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Breed Oldenburg
Color Grey
Sex Female
Age Adult
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Location: Bluffdale, UT, United States

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The Oldenburg is a warmblood horse from the north-western corner of Lower Saxony, what was formerly the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. The breed was built on a mare base of all-purpose farm and carriage horses, today called the Alt-Oldenburger. The modern Oldenburg is managed by the Association of Breeders of the Oldenburger Horse, which enacts strict selection of breeding stock to ensure that each generation is better than the last. Oldenburgers are tall sport horses with excellent gaits and jumping ability. The breeding of Oldenburg horses is characterized by very liberal pedigree requirements and the exclusive use of privately-owned stallions rather than centralization around a state-owned stud farm.

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