International Champagne Horse Registry

Double Shot o' Champagne
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Mrs. Tania Paget
608 Old Warwick Rd
PO Box 50, The Summit, QLD Australia 4377
0746 832 272
www.platinumpark.com.au
platinumpa@dodo.com.au

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Double Shot O' Champagne ("Champ")

Gold Champagne,  American Saddlebred #123905 (ee AA CHCH) ŧ


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Double Shot O' Champagne (aka Champ) is a purebred American Saddlebred colt expected to mature 16hh. He is DNA tested and verified HOMOZYGOUS CHAMPAGNE (Gold) and is also negative (clear) for JEB.

Genetically tested with Animal Genetics as ee AA CHCH -- He will only sire gold or amber champagne foals. He is available for a strictly limited time at public stud in the USA via shipped semen before being exported to Australia.

Stud fee $1250 plus shipping.

Frozen semen may be available if enough valid interest in the USA warrants such prior to his departure.

Discounts available for highly performed mares, multiple mare discounts etc.  

Please contact Tania at platinumpa@dodo.com.au  for further information

 ŧ = DNA tested/confirmed


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