International Champagne Horse Registry



 


Champagne Cadillac ("Shane")

PEDIGREE 

AQHA Gold Champagne

 Offered for stud service by:

 

Mrs. Kimberlee Brown
1350 130th Ave
New Richmond WI 54017 USA
715-246-4394
EagleRidge001@Yahoo.com
http://www.EagleRidgeFarm.net

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PUT A LITTLE CELEBRATION IN YOUR BARN......

CHAMPAGNE CADILLAC , aka "Shane", is a Gorgeous and RARE Gold Champagne Stallion.  He has been shown both AQHA and PHBA & has:

NUMEROUS CLASS WINS

20+ Halter GRAND and RESERVE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

PHBA ROM in both Amateur and Open Halter

Stood 5th in Amateur Yearling Halter at the 2001 Palomino World Show.

He is the MN Palomino Yearling Stallion FUTURITY CHAMPION. 

Iowa Breeders Futurity CHAMPION Yearling Stallion

Iowa Breeders Open Futurity CHAMPION Yearling Stallion

His Sire, "My Skip Vanzi" is an AQHA SUPERIOR Halter Stallion with 52 Halter pts, is a PHBA WORLD CHAMPION & 1999 Equistat Leading Halter Sire. His Dam is an OWN Daughter of "Dandy Seeker" (Superior Halter Horse w/ 58 Halter pts, 8 Performance pts, an AQHA Champion Sire, World Champion Sire and High Point Sire)

"Shane" will mature 16hh++. 

 Stud Fee: $650 Live cover

 Mare Care: $6 dry, $8 wet.  AI available; Vet fee in addition to stud fee: $250


expired 10/10/02


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