Foundation AQHA Palomino Filly
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Wittmann, AZ
MISS SOLAR STORM- 2/17/2017 AQHA Palomino filly. By Docs Solar Flare( AQHA, NFQHA, FQHA, PHBA) proven finished money n buckle winning barrel and rope horse, proven producer of rope, barrel n cow horses. Out of Miss Monolitos Hand( AQHA, NFQHA) started Reiner but sustained injury so unshown. Storm is AQHA registered and also NFQHA eligible as both her parents r NFQHA ( 83% and 92%) so she will b in the higher 80s percentage wise. This filly has some very old lines, Dam has Nifty Pep( 1947) still on Face Papers! Sire is triple breed Doc Bar n Two Eyed Jack breed. Yes This filly is definitely a great example of a foundation horse, she is thick, big boned, smart, agile, fast, cowy and pretty to boot! She will excel in variety of western disciplines in anything from reining, cows, barrels, sorting or versatility. She will b sold w a current coggins, feet trimmed, current on worming and shots. Three thousand OBRO Call, text, or message 623.238.8756
About Wittmann, AZ
The town was first named Nadaburg, which is a combination of two words, the Spanish word "Nada", which means "nothing" and the German word "burg", which means "town". The railroad who built the Southern Transcontinental Railroad line named the site Nadaburg years before the area was formally opened to homesteading as a result of the Department of Interior Act of December 29, 1916. William Hovey Griffin, a native of Texas, founded the town of Nadaburg (Wittmann). He filed his homestead petition in September 1920. That same year he also plotted out the town site.