Own son Of Great Red Pine

Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Hood River, OR

"Gunner" is by top reining horse sire Great Red Pine, and is by an own daughter of Blaze Drift, AQHA Superior Cutting Horse. Awesome potential and athletic ability for reining / working cow horse / cutting. Will most likely be gelded in early April. He is nicely started and has been with Todd Bergen since mid - January. Nice smooth lope, natural stop, he has a ton of ability. He is enrolled in the NRBC and is also registered NFQHA 94%. Selling because we need to downsize, and he has more potential than I have funding! Always current on vaccines (incl. West Nile) , worming, dental care, and shoeing. I will have a video and / or pictures available soon, serious inquiries only please.

About Hood River, OR

Hood River (originally called Dog River) post office was established (named by Mary Coe) at the site of the present city on September 30, 1858, and the city itself was incorporated in 1895. Originally, the city was part of Wasco County, but it became the seat of Hood River County when the county was first established in 1908. The Hood River incident involved the removal of sixteen Nisei servicemen's names from the county "roll of honor" in Hood River, Oregon, by the local American Legion Post 22. The incident on November 29, 1944, was part of a string of anti-Japanese actions taken to try to prevent removed Japanese Americans from returning to the area after their release from being interned by the United States federal government. National outrage against the community heightened five weeks later when a local Japanese American serviceman died after completing a heroic mission in the Philippines.

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