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Sugars Uno ("Cane")

AQHA/ICHR Amber Cream Champagne Stud

PEDIGREE

NOTE:  THIS STALLION WAS ALSO FOR SALE - MAY HAVE BEEN SOLD OUT OF THE US.

Previously offered at stud by:

Mr. Alvin Van Zee
27497 US Highway 281
Corsica, SD  57328
USA
605-946-5261
alvinvz@siouxvalley.net
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In addition to being a fine horse (see his pedigree!) with a great disposition, "Cane" is an Amber Cream Champagne.  This means he carries 2 dilution genes, which gives you two chances of "color" for the price of one:  cream or Champagne ... of course, he also is capable of passing on both of those to any of his foals, as well! 

Live cover: $500
Mare care: $3.00 per day
Semen available: please call (605-946-5261)


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