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Champagne Ambassador
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Champagne Ambassador

15/16 Arabian
Amber Stallion

AHA # 4A347108
ICHR # AR2002-0125

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offered for stud service by:

Greenstone Farm, LLC
Carolyn & Jim Miller
4138 Mount Airy Rd.
Culpeper, VA 22701

At 15.1 hands, 1025 pounds,  Ambassador has unlimited potential as a sport horse and sire of sport horses. He is tall and elegant with a commanding presence, yet he is also kind and willing. He shows natural extension at the trot with overall beautiful motion. His conformation is exceptional, with good bone and substance. Ambassador is the highest percentage Arabian champagne stallion known to the ICHR. He is a perfect choice for discriminating mare owners who want color as well as conformation in their Arabian crosses. Ambassador has the genetic capability to produce black, bay, chestnut, classic, amber and gold from non-dilute mares.

Introductory stud fee: $500
Live cover, AI pending, check with owner.
Mare care $8/day dry, no wet mares, please.

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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