AHR# 659062

June 23, 2012 gray filly

sire line: Zobeyni

dam line: Bint El Bahrein

ECAHS certified 70.29% Crabbet/Blunt breeding

CMK Heritage horse

FCF Charming Pixie is the full sibling of our 2011 colt, FCF Pucks Vision.  Their close resemblance is evidence of the consistency of these lineages to produce good sport type Arabians.

Pixie is an elegant filly with a sweet temperament.  She has been growing up in our mixed age mare and gelding herd.  She gets regular handling to foster good manners.  Her friendly and gentle nature has made her a favorite..

FCF Charming Pixie was sired by FCF Oberons Vanity who was the highest scoring Arabian-bred stallion to ever attend the North American 70 Day Stallion Performance Test.  She has inherited his excellent bone, great feet, superb shoulder, high quality gaits, willing temperament, and overall elegance.

This spectacular young mare is offered for sale to an approved home for $6500 (includes remote saddle fit consult with the superb fitter, Kitt Hazelton of Panther Run Saddlery).  Pixie was lightly started under saddle in late 2016 and will be back under saddle in spring of 2017.  She is a responsive and curious young mare.

About Us:

Faerie Court Farm is a small Arabian sport horse breeding farm located on nearly 40 acres in beautiful Addison County Vermont.

 Please explore the website to discover more about our wonderful horses.

Contact us:

Dawn & Thom Jones-Low

683 S Middlebrook Rd.

Vergennes, VT 05491

(802) 989-3562

 

 

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