DAIQUIRI GF IMP CREMELLO WARMBLOOD STALLIONHorses - Dulong QLD 4560 -
Ever dreamed of owning Daiquiri??
That dream could come true for the right person.
Daiquiri has quite a dynasty now, his oldest offspring are under saddle and owners are thrilled with their outstanding temperament, talent & trainability - all over a large variety of mares. He is the only Cremello FULL Warmblood Stallion standing at stud in Australia. Guaranteed to produce 100% palomino or buckskin foals to non grey mares. Daiquiri is an easy stallion to handle and ideal for first time stallion owners. I have served mares by myself, he is excellent to collect off a phantom and happily spends a month or two at an AI centre each season.
Daiquiri was imported from the famous Gestuet Falkenhorst in Germany and was Approved and Premium awarded in Germany,
Prelim Licensed ACE Warmblood in Australia (WBFSH)
Registered AWHA (WBFSH)
I have decided to make this offer as I have a young family now and I wish to spend the time I have riding. However Daiquiri will only offered to a home where he will be treated well and not be used over endless numbers of mares each year. He is priced below the cost of import and would pay for himself in a couple of years using him over half a dozen of your own mares or faster standing him to some outside mares.
Please note Daiquiri is not broken in. He is sound, just was never started by his previous owners. I purchased him at 11 and decided it wasn't fair on him to go from a breeding stallion to a saddle career at that age. I will not even contemplate anyone wishing to put him under saddle now. He has plenty of progeny flying his flag and has nothing to prove by being started at this age (14).
I have structured this breeding season so that Daiquiri can spend part of the season with his new owner or change over can be between seasons. Full details can be discussed.
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