AHR#653304

June 5, 2011 gray gelding

five generation pedigree

sire line: Zobeyni

dam line: Bint El Bahrein

ECAHS certified 70.29% Crabbet/Blunt breeding

CMK Heritage horse

 

FCF Pucks Vision is the first colt for both his parents. Puck's sire, as sired by FCF Oberons Vanity who was the highest scoring Arabian-bred stallion to ever attend the North American 70 Day Stallion Performance Test.  Puck resembles his sire in many ways and has inherited excellent substance, great feet, a superb shoulder, good use of his hocks, and a sweet temperament among other desirable qualities from his sire. His dam, Glorious Epiphany OLA has multiple lines to Rissalix who is known for passing on quality gaits and athleticism.

Puck is a highly social and friendly young horse who has grown up with his buddies in the herd.  He was lightly started under saddle in the late fall of 2015 .  He had intermittent growth spurts through 2016 so he was ridden very lightly in 2016 to allow him to finish growing.    A full sister, FCF Charming Pixie, was born in June of 2012.

FCF Pucks Vision is for sale to an approved home for  $5000 (includes remote saddle fit consult with the superb fitter, Kitt Hazelton of Panther Run Saddlery).

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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