International Champagne Horse Registry

Champagne Obviously


Champagne Obviously  ("Chance")

Amber American Quarter Horse
AQHA # 4132993
ICHR # QH2001-0201

Proudly offered for stud service by:

Dr. Christa Nealeigh
9419 Grubbs Rex Road
Laura, OH  45337   USA

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Champagne Obviously is a gorgeous 2001 Quarter Horse Stallion. He has been shown extensively in halter as a yearling and has multiple futurity and year end awards. He was given 45 days of light green riding training in fall 2003 and he is quiet and moves beautifully! 2004 will be his first year standing at stud and live cover only is available at this time. All of his foals will be eligible for two Ohio futurities. He is owned by a veterinarian, so health and soundness are guaranteed.  I also own his sire and stand him at stud so you can see multiple generations.

Fee: $500 live foal guaranteed

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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