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Stunning FEI Juniors Horse, Schooling Prix St. George and Above,

"RF Cameron Velvet"
For Sale
Ad Posted March 12, 2019
Ad # 205072477 

Question
Seller Response
Location
Saline
MI, 48176
Price
$70,000.00
Discipline
Level of Training

(1 = Prospect / 5=Highly Trained)
Competition Experience
Dressage - Upper Levels
Level of Training (3)
Competition Experience (International)
Registered
Yes
Breed
Primary Breed (KWPN)
Age
11
Gender
Gelding
Height
16.3hh
Color
Bay
Temperament
(1 = Bombproof / 5=Very Spirited)
3
Trailriding Attitude
(1 = Bombproof / 5=Very Spirited)
(6=Not Started)
2
Buyer Level of Riding
(1 = Beginner / 5=Advanced)
3
Buyer Temperament
(1 = Timid / 5=Confident)
3


 
 
 
 
 
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Pedigree: RF Cameron Velvet
Numero Uno     
 
   
 
Sirena Velvet     
 
   
 


This horse is registered.
Breed Registry: KWPN
HYPP information
Not Applicable
Ground Manners (1-5)
(1 = Not Well / 5 = Very Well)
Loads & Travels = 5
Stands for Farrier = 5
Stands for Clipping = 5
Grooming = 5

Sale Description: RF Cameron Velvet
RF Cameron is a 16.3h, Dutch Warmblood who is 11 years old. He is currently showing in the FEI Juniors Division and schooling Prix St. George and above. Cheddar has great talent for collectability and much potential for Grand Prix. He has spent the winter seasons in Wellington Florida showing in National and CDI's. Cheddar has been in training with Scott Hassler and is a very smart horse and quick learner. Cheddar is both Amateur and Junior/Young rider friendly. Owner is sadly selling so she can focus on her education! A video will be uploaded in a few days. We are asking $70,000 highly motivated to sell cheddar to the right family by the end of March.
Seller Contact Information:

Lisa King
734-263-7767




 
 
 
 
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