$ 5000

Sales Contact Bron Stark
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Created 2 years ago
Age 1
sex Stallion
Color Black
Breed Draft
Height 14 Hands
State/Province Virgina
Country United States Of America
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HexenNacht is a solid black 2016 American Sugarbush Harlequin Draft registered colt. He is sired by Sugarbush Harley's Classic O and out of HexenHammer. He has been shown in halter and is an extremely easy going and even tempered colt. He would be an excellent purchase for someone looking to get into ASHDA and have access to one of the few stallions with the founding lines, but would also make an amazing gelding. His sire, Sugarbush Harley's Classic O, is the 2x Year End ASHDA Grand Champion Stallion. He was also the 2016 ASHDA Year End Res Champion Western Horse and the 2017 ASHDA Year End Champion Western Performance Horse and also has ASHDA Year End Top 5 placings in English and In Hand. He was the 2014 VA State Fair Champion Open Draft Stallion, 2015 VA State Fair Champion Light Draft Stallion, 2016 VA State Fair Champion Light Draft Stallion and 2016 VA State Fair GRAND CHAMPION DRAFT STALLION. He has competed successfully in halter, western pleasure, saddleseat and western dressage and has been demoed in harness. Son of ASHDA Hall of Famer, Sugarbush Harley Quinne and grandson of ASHDA Hall of Famer and 2x Year End Grand Champion, Stonewall Rascal. He has several foals competing successfully in all breed, draft-only and ASHDA-specific competition. Dam is HexenHammer, the 2016 ASHDA Year End Res Grand Champion Mare and Year End Top 5s in English and Western both. She has her NAWD Star in Western Dressage and will continue to add to her resume. She has shown successfully in halter, western pleasure and western dressage and demoed sidesaddle at Breyerfest. HexenNacht is her first foal, and is going to be a tough one to top! "Vexin" is a very well-behaved colt and would make an amazing stallion or gelding. He is 3/4 draft with amazing bone, a very typey head and neck and moderate feathering. He leads, loads, ponies, bathes, clips, stands for the farrier and is pastured with geldings and other colts with zero issue. He will be gelded before mid-june if he is not sold and will begin training to possibly take over as our next schoolmaster gelding, a role his great grandfather had until just recently, when he was retired. He will still be available as a gelding, albeit with a higher price. Payment plans available and considerations offered to proven show homes. Photos from 2016 VA State Fair at 4 months and can get updated ones for a SERIOUS inquirer. Dam (black snowflake) and sire (black blanket) also pictured.