Gorgeous Grullo Stud

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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Grulla
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
188/7,258
Ad Status
Available
Stud Fee
$500

Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Tehachapi, CA

Tees Black Gold gives good looks & temperament to his foals. Tends to throw babies with no white but lots of color - - duns, palominos, grullos. Tees' bloodlines are stellar. They include 199. 5 performance and 453 halter AQHA points. He collected his own 20 ETI halter points last year and place in th finals. He also did well in a few local shows. He also has trail class, roping and ranch sorting experience. Among his pedigree are Sierra Te (whose offspring have won two AQHA barrel champions) , Skipa Star and Sierras Showtime. Tee also gives speed and athletic ability to babies. He's easy to be around and can be around other horses, including mares without problems. He has been AI'd exclusively and semen can be shipped. He will bring a lot of excitement to your mare's babies.
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About Tehachapi, CA

The Kawaiisu people (also Nuwu ("people" in Kawaiisu), or Nuooah) are the Native American tribe whose homeland was the Tehachapi Valley, and seasonally the southern Sierra Nevada and Mojave Desert, for thousands of years. One possibility for the origin of the name Tehachapi comes from the Kawaiisu language. It may be derived from the word for "hard climb" or tihachipia, according to the Tomi-Kahni Resource Center. The settlement has been formerly known and spelled as: Tehachapai; Tehachapa; Tehachepi; Tehachipi; and Summit Station. Previously known as 'Old Town', Tehachapi was established in the 1860s.

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