Barock Pinto Colt For Sale in South Africa
Are you looking for where to get Athletic Friesian horse for sale In South Africa? Cndlivestock provides the best Friesian horse for sale breed are beautiful and charismatic, with plenty of presence. They were originally bred in the Jamesburg South Africa . It is now not unusual to buy a Friesian in many parts of the world as a driving horse or for use in displays and shows, as they excel in both spheres. Their active trot and balanced self-carriage are always eye-catching whether they are used for driving or riding, and their long, flowing manes and tails make them much sought-after for television and the movies. They are compact horses, which means they are an excellent choice for advanced dressage and haute école for experienced riders. Pure-bred Friesians are always black, with no white markings allowed on registered stallions, though it is acceptable to sell a Friesian mare or # gelding with a small star.
KWPN Homozygous Tobiano, Heterozygous Black, Barock Pinto Colt
RARE – One of only a very few Homozygous Tobiano stallions in the Barock Pinto Breed. The only homozygous tobiano Barock Pinto stallion in North America. Also available for sale to the right show and breeding home.
Homozygous Tobiano, Heterozygous Black (carries red)
Barock Pinto Stud Colt
Knight of Hearts THF x Willem van Nassau
15.3 hands at 1 1/2 years, expected to make 16. 3+ as an adult.
60.94% Friesian and 39.06% Warmblood
Color DNA is Ee, TT, aa
WFFS1 Negative for WFFS1 (Fragile Foal Syndrome), Hydrocephalus, and Dwarfism
Introducing Otro Armani THF (pronounced Oh-tro Ar-ma-ni and means “another Armani” or “the other Armani” in Spanish), a KWPN registered, flashy colt out of H. Bonita Goodshapes by Knight of Hearts THF. We’ve run a complete color panel and pattern tests on Armani and he DNA tested homozygous tobiano (he’ll throw the pinto color pattern every time), heterozygous black (he carries a dominant black gene and a recessive red gene), and is negative for everything else. We also ran genetic tests on him and his results came back as negative for all of the following: Friesian Dwarfism, Friesian Hydrocephalous, Warmblood PSSM Type 1 gene (Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy – Type 1), and Warmblood WFFS Type 1 gene (Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome).