Red Dun Colt

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Red Dun Colt

Name
Pico
Breed
Paint
Gender
Stallion
Color
Red Dun
Temperament
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
March, 2020
Country
United States
Views/Searches
333/29,150
Ad Status
Available
Price
$4,000

Paint Stallion for Sale in Stephenville, TX

♦️ Performance prospect! FRENCHMANS GUY x FOUNDATION OUT-CROSS STALLION PROSPECT! ♦️ IP Ima Little Spicy “Pico” (registration pending per DNA verification) ♦️ 2020 6 Panel N/N APHA Red Dun (ee/Aa/Dd) colt by Ima Special Guy out of Shining C Jaz Silver D.O.B. March 22, 2020 ♦️ SIRE - Ima Special Guy “Jocko” is an APHA own son of Frenchmans Guy (progeny LTE exceeding $14 million). Ima Special Guy’s dam is an own daughter of APHA racehorse Special Contender (multiple world champion sire and multiple grades stakes sire). ♦️ DAM - Shining C Jaz Silver “Diva” is a mare from Shining C Grulla Horse’s program - an own daughter of Reeds Poco Vandyke (a known money producer - 94% foundation bred). She carries 15.63% Little Steel Dust blood from her dams’
... more» side and dam is double bred Poco Grays Comet (Poco Bueno AQHA Hall of Fame Superior Halter & Performance lines). Her pedigree is packed with ranch blood that adds versatility, bone, and disposition. ♦️ Both sides of this colt show money and performance promise! Would consider as a stallion prospect with his foundation and out cross! ♦️ Ready to go any direction. Located in Stephenville, TX. ♦️💵 plans considered. 4,xxx FIRM. ♦️ ALREADY IS GETTING A HANDLE AND HAS AMAZING DISPOSITION! Halters, leads, loads, picks up his feet. Has the speed and the mind! ♦️ Weaned and ready to move pastures. Expected to mature ~15.0 hands. (361) 960-0228 text or call for more information or visit my website @ https://ideperformance.wixsite.com/oceanwoodaussies/horses-for-sale

About Stephenville, TX

Stephenville is named after John M. Stephen, who settled there in 1854, and donated the land for the townsite laid out by George B. Erath when the county was organized in 1856. In the first two years of its settlement, the townsite was successful; by 1858, the population reached 776. However, the townsite was located in Comanche territory and raids were common.

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