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Paint Stallion at Stud in Pearce, AZ
"Rocki's" outstanding disposition along with his athletic abiilty, balance, willingness, and 100% color production to date on solid mares is phenomenal. His sire "Highvoltage" was by the APHA Champion "BACHELORS DANCER"| APHA~PtHA, 1983 PNPHC High Point Working Horse, PNPHC Resv. High Point Aged Halter Stallion, NWCC Resv. All Around. Nearing Superiors in Halter and WP. Retired due to injury. "Rocki's"dam "Miss Barbie Mount" was by the AA, APHA Supreme Champion, Superior Halter stallion YELLOW MOUNT" multiple National Championships: Halter 1966-67; Calf Roping 1969; Get of Sire 1972-74***5-76. National Reserve Championships Western Pleasure 1966; Get of Sire 1971-73. ROM's Barrel Racing; Racing (AA) ;Calf Roping; Reining, with points in Trail and Western Riding. "YELLOW MOUNT" was on t
... more»he leading sires & grandsires list for APHA Supreme Champions, APHA Champions, Superiors, and ROM Qualifiers. Shipped semen available.
About Pearce, AZ
Pearce is a mining ghost town named for Cornishman James Pearce, miner and cattleman, who discovered gold nearby at what became the Commonwealth Mine in 1894. The Pearce Post Office was established on March 6, 1896. The railroad station opened in 1903. By 1919, Pearce had a population of 1,500. The town declined in the 1930s and became almost a ghost town in the late 1940s when the mine closed for the last time.