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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion at Stud in Culpeper, VA
"MR MIDNIGHT BAR T"| APHA No. 618, 864, is a loud and flashy black / white frame overo stallion. He has a champion's bloodline. His sire is APHA Champion MR BLACK BAR TE: APHA Superior Halter Champion, 1999 Honor Roll Stallion, Register of Merit in halter & western pleasure, and is homozygous for the black gene. His pedigree consists of many other great champions, including the following: Kingfisher, Te N' Te, Luckys Diamond Te, Sonny Dee Bar, Yellow Mount, Blue Max, Azure Te, Kingfisher Mccue, Buck Mccue, Buck Mccue Jr, and many more!! Blue may be dominant for the black gene and will be standing stud to a LIMITED NUMBER of ONLY 10 outside mares starting in March 2005. No grade / unregistered mares. BOOK NOW FOR RESERVATION (S) !!!
About Culpeper, VA
After forming/erecting Culpeper County, Virginia, in 1748, the Virginia House of Burgesses voted to establish the Town of Fairfax on February 22, 1759. The name honored Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron (1693-1781) who was proprietor of the Northern Neck peninsula, a vast domain north of the Rappahannock River; his territory was then defined as stretching from Chesapeake Bay to what is now Hampshire County, West Virginia. The original plan of the town called for ten blocks, which form the core of Culpeper's downtown area today. The original town was surveyed by a young George Washington, who at age 27 was a protege of the 6th Lord Fairfax. In 1795, the town received a U.S.