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New-Moon Galileo

SOLD. New-Moon Galileo has successfully completed 80km in endurance with excellent recoveries. He bred two foals at New-Moon Stud before being gelded and sold. He is now a happy trail riding and pleasure horse in NSW.

O’Bajan XXIV Dark Brown 1997

O’Bajan XVIII Black 1984

178 Juditha Grey 1990

O’Bajan XIII-1 CH-ShA/2/59

O’Bajan I-17 DSAHoo93

Paris DShA 3937

Jarmila DShA 4061

O’Bajan XIII

68 Siglavy VI-9

O’Bajan I

35 O’Bajan X-1





Djardan DShA4367 Bay 1988

Koheilan-746 209ÖShA Bay 1991

Daikir DShA 3552

Arjana DShA 3054

Koheilan III-2 27 ÖShA

Saba-184 62 ÖshA

Dahoman II-11

Koheilan II-2

Koheilan II

Azanja V

Koheilan III

86 Orestes II-5


Siglavy Bagdady

New Moon Galileo

About New Moon Galileo

New-Moon Galileo was imported in-utero from Austria.  His mother, the Shagya-Araber mare Laila was purchased in Austria, then travelled to Babolna State Stud in Hungary to be bred with the senior Shagya-Araber stallion O’Bajan XXIV, before being imported to Australia via France and England.  Laila won 1st place on the 2014 Trakehners Australia National Inspection tour and is listed in studbook 1 of the German Trakehner Verband.

Interestingly, New-Moon Galileo’s grandfather Batan was discovered in an eastern European circus and purchased for Babolna State Stud to return a bloodline lost during the war. NM Galileo is strong and athletic with a kind and trainable temperament.

NM Galileo was shown on the 2016 Trakehners Australia National Tour for assessment by International Assessor Mathias Werner, with every individual score at 7.5 or above.  He scored 7.5 for both walk and canter, and 8.0 for the trot.

He was trained to saddle as a 4yo colt, with the trainer stating he was the nicest colt he had ever started.  He then worked as a paddock stallion through the following two seasons and was gelded in 2017 to make way for our younger and taller colts.  NM Galileo has many kilometres of bush trail riding experience, both on his own and in company, and has successfully completed 80km in endurance with excellent recoveries.


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