2018 AQHA Colt

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Name
Unnamed
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Bay
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
AQHA
Reg Number
Pending
Height
11.0 hh
Foal Date
May, 2018
Country
United States
Views/Searches
516/44,359
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Elizabethtown, KY

AQHA 2018 bay colt foaled 5/30/2018. Breeders certificate in hand-you choose his name! Eligible for NFQHA registry also. Maternal Grand Dam was a multi ROM earner & champion in Youth & Amateur Western Pleasure, Halter & Trail events & was from the famous Wenloch Farm in Michigan. Maternal Grand Sire is the 12 time world champion, Congress champion, NSBA Hall of Fame inductee & world champion producing stallion Blazing Hot. Paternal side is triple bred Three Bars and also includes the AQHA Hall of Fame Stallion Depth Charge. This guy is bred to be a winner in the arena no matter what he competes in! Many of this colt's siblings are currently competing in & consistently placing in the top in everything from Halter to Speed events. His 2 year old half sister (maternal) is winning all over the
... more» AQHA circuit in KY-OH-IN in Amateur Halter. His 3/4 sister is the current KY State Youth 3D IBRA Barrel Champion, he has a full sister running consistent 2D times on the Western KY barrel circuit, his 4 year old full brother is a working ranch/ranch versatility horse & his 3 year old full sister has been started on the barrels & is showing lots of speed. He could literally go any direction. He leads & will stand tied quietly all day long. Up to date on worming, healthy & ready to go. Don't miss your opportunity to own what will be a really nice horse for the show arena! Located in Elizabethtown, KY. Delivery possible.

About Elizabethtown, KY

Established in 1793, Hardin County was named for Colonel John Hardin, an Indian fighter who worked with tribes in the local area. In a few years, professional men and tradesmen came to live in the area. In 1793, Colonel Andrew Hynes had 30 acres (120,000 m 2) (until then known as the "Severn's Valley Settlement" ) surveyed and laid off into lots and streets to establish Elizabethtown. Named in honor of his wife, Elizabethtown was legally established in 1797. Thomas Lincoln helped Samuel Haycraft build a millrace at Haycraft's mill on Valley Creek.

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