Homozygous black bay filly

Rare Jewel is a black bay and has been tested positive for homozygous Tobiano. She has tested for the Ee gene-could throw black off spring. She will be registered with the Pintabian and Pinto Registeries, "papers pending".

Contact Info

Company Name: oakridgeranch
Contact Name: Tracey
Address: 4061-360 St
Lancaster , MN 56735
United States United States
Phone: 218-762-8361
Fax/Other: 218-686-8658
Email Address: oakridgeranch@wiktel.com


Horse Details

Horse's Name:
"Rare Jewel"

Primary Breed: Pintabian
Secondary Breed: Pinto
Is Horse Gaited? No
Foal Date: May 10th, 2010
Gender: Filly
Height (in Hands): 14.3
Approximate Weight: 800
Horse Coloring: Black Bay

Very Calm
Very Spirited

Pricing Info

Price: $10,000.00 USD
Accept Trades? No
Price Flexibility: Negotiable
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