AQHA/NFQHA Bay Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Burns, OR
Skipper is double bred Skipper W with Doc Tari on the bottom. He comes from a long line of winners and has a great personality and a beautiful build with good legs and feet, all of which he passes on to his get. His registered name is Stage Shiek and he is listed on the Del Mar pedigree site. Skipper is registered with the NFQHA and is 87% foundation. He will also be listed this year as a breeding stallion with the ApHC and the APHA. Discount given for 2 or more mares, excellent care given. Live cover only, and LFG of course! To date, he has thrown primarily to the dam's color and this spring we will have 2 more of his babies on the ground at our ranch.
About Burns, OR
Archeologists have found evidence of human habitation in the general vicinity of Burns from as early as 10,000 years ago. Members of the contemporary Burns Paiute Tribe of Harney County, descended mainly from the Wadatika band of Paiutes, were hunter-gatherers throughout central and southern Oregon. The Wadatikas were named after the wada seeds collected as food from near Malheur Lake. Their territory covered about 5,300 square miles (14,000 km 2) from the Cascade Range to near Boise and from the southern Blue Mountains to south of Steens Mountain. Scattered in the 19th century by clashes with white settlers and soldiers and through forced removal to distant reservations, some of the Paiutes eventually returned to Harney County.