JL Q Dee Bar Husler
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion at Stud in Hudson, NY
2000 APHA black and white frame overo. Has some of the greats in his pedigree, including Zip to Hustle, Impressive, Leo, Sunny Dee Bar, Zip to Impress, Johnny Que, Johnny Sierra, Flying Fawago, Huslers Ole man any many more! This boy can produce! Has produced over 90% color out of 24 foals. Has produced frame overos and sabinos. Has one partial blue eye. Great laid back easy going attitude any one can handle. Has a great body and a great mind to go with it! Has some of the greats in his pedigree. HYPP N / N
About Hudson, NY
The native Mahican people had occupied this territory for hundreds of years before European encounter, preceded by thousands of years of indigenous cultures. Dutch colonists began to settle here in the 17th century, calling it "Claverack Landing", having other settlements in Manhattan and at Albany, downriver and up, respectively. In 1662 some Dutch bought this area of land from the Mahican. It was originally part of the Town of Claverack. After the English took over New Netherland, this area was settled largely by Quaker New England whalers and merchants hailing primarily from the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island.