Alexander the Great


The stallions on this page are true IDHA Drum Horse stallions registered with the IDHA. They represent the culmination of the careful combination of Gypsy Horse, Clydesdale and Shire bloodlines, creating the ultimate heavy riding horse. These stallions can be used to breed American Drum Horses when bred to the appropriate mares.

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Alexander the Great

USA Import

2006 F2 Drum Horse Stallion
IDHA D0370S Premium
17.1 hh (Certified in USA)
Black Tobiano –  EEaaTT
pssm – neg

Alexander the Great … Son of Galway Warrior

Standing at an impressive 17.1hh this F2 Drum Horse was recently imported from USA and is now presented for the first time in NZ (and Australia).

Xander is offered to a limited number of mares this coming season. He is a splendid example of this breed and is registered with the International Drum Horse Association as a Premium Stallion. As an added bonus he is Homozygous for Tobiano, so you are guaranteed colour with this one.
During his breeding life, Xander has produced some outstanding Drum Horse foals and also some fabulous cross-breds, very athletic and showy. Not only does he have the breeding and temperament desired in the working Drum Horse, (he is fully broken to harness, carriage and saddle), he has a genuinely kind and gentle nature that makes him so easy to be around.
Standing at Mahutonga Stud in Morrinsville, Waikato. 
Semen available in NZ and Australia (frozen only Australia) 

Deb Garner