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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pinto Stallion at Stud in Copper Canyon, TX
(APHA #0045***89) (PtHA #115646) Striking Loud 50 / 50 Black and White coloring, this big double registered Paint stallion is passing on his correct conformation and flashy loud tobiano markings. He has even sired the medicine hat pattern! A Quincy Dee King grandson, linebred to King, with Leo and other performance greats - his foals have athletic ability. Being Homozygous for Tobiano Pinto and Homozygous for Black, Kody is Guaranteed Tobiano color and cannot sire a red! See Leo Dakota in action in his online Flash video clips on the stallion pages of our website!
About Copper Canyon, TX
The first white settlement in the area that would become Copper Canyon occurred in the 1840s. One of the more prominent settler families was that of Elisha and Mary Chinn, who came to Texas from their original home in North Carolina in 1852. They helped establish the first church in the area, a log-cabin chapel which eventually became known as the Chinn's Chapel Methodist Church. The church is still active on what is now known as Chinn Chapel Road. The town gradually grew with cattle ranching as the mainstay of the local economy.