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Haflingers For Sale

SOLD- Cherry is a very stylish, very sensible mare out of the stallion Windstar Van de Ooste. We bought Cherry because we have owned some Windstars previously and they seem to have very calm minds. Cherry drives very nicely. Her riding skills are coming along quickly, as you can see. She is 5 years old and about 14.2 hands. Really solid all-around mare. She is gorgeous, she is red, perfect name for a beautiful red mare that turns heads everywhere she goes.

SOLD- "Mimi" is a really lovely young mare with a world class pedigree. She is four years old, she is lovable and has a nice mind. Her riding is coming along nicely. She has 60 days of driving training. Her mother is Maserata TOF, one of the most respected and well-known brood mares in the breed. Her father is Nordtirol, who has fathered many of the most athletic horses in Austria. Her mane, tail, and golden color are stunning.

$12,500- "Betsy" is a really powerful, forward mare with an effortless canter that makes her a tremendous dressage prospect. You can see that she is still green, but she is really fun to ride. You can feel the power. She is also sensible. She is probably a couple years from being a kids horse, but she will get there. She is not jumpy or spooky. You don't have to push her. She will go and go. As a three year old, she is nearly a dead ringer for her mother, Bet She Rox PA. As a three year old, her mother was a Reserve National Champion (AHR sport horse) and won the National Produce of Dam with famous full sister Bonita Rox PA. Betsy is from the last crop of our stallion Walzing River TOF. River's offspring are sought-after for their cantering ability. River was taken out of service when our farm learned that he carried the risk gene for eye cancer. However, Betsy has been DNA tested and she does not have a higher risk factor. She is heterozygous for the gene, so breeding her to an NN stallion will produce 100% safe offspring with 50% having no copies of the gene (NN). These NN offspring are highly desirable, especially from this well-known and respected horse family. Our breed is still learning about these genetics. But the science is rock solid and the demand will be there soon. A heterozygous River offspring that looks like this is a genetic opportunity and this is a special opportunity to own a special horse.