If you are looking for show horse, roping or rodeo prospect or if you are wanting a good, reliable horse to ride the trails, we will have something to fit your requirements. Sire: Call Me Tardee Clu Dam of Lot #12 Sierra Te bred mare Strictly To Be Cool. In foal for 2015 to He Shootz He Skorz Ace is going to mature over 16hh.
Please feel free to ask us to demonstrate the young horses for you – we’re very proud of them! He has a great hip and front end with bone to match. Dam: A Classic Playmate (A Classical Mister x Playgirls Conclusion).
She produced a black filly and a dark brown colt in the last couple of years.
She does have some wire cut damage to her legs that has healed but she isn't 100% sound. HYPP N/N 00 CDN, 00 US Sire: The Peppered Kid Dam: A Classic Playmate ( A Classical Mister X Playgirls Conclusion daughter) Not the bet pictures, but this filly is a sweet, pretty girl who will be a big soggy, good looking mare. This gelding will mature 16.2 He has tremendous foot and bone and will make a great hunter (over fences), team roper, etc. Dam: A Classy Clu Review (Superior Halter) 2014 smokey buckskin mare 00 CDN 00 US. Dam WP bred daughter of 3 Dimension Zip who has produced superior WP and Trail horses. XRays at that time showed no calcification in spite of the swelling in her joints. 0 CDN 0 US HYPP NN2015 Buckskin filly Sire: Heartless Kid, ROM Halter. I've decided to sell her as I have another buckskin filly that I will campaign in 2016. SOLD This cute boy is going to mature around 16hh and he is flashy! This cute colt has the best head and neck of any colt you'll find and the price is right! Quarter horse racing, where Baffert began his Hall of Fame career in the 1970s, has seen it, too, most recently this week when 2-year-old Cartel Quick was stricken while pulling up from his victory in the 0,000 Ruidoso Futurity at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico on Sunday.Efforts to revive and stabilize the horse lasted until Monday, when trainer Alonso Orozco said Cartel Quick was euthanized because of “kidney failure.” Vince Mares, executive director of the New Mexico Racing Commission, recently told the Paulick Report he is “absolutely” convinced the number of unexplained deaths of horses has increased in recent years at racetracks his agency regulates.With the exception of trace elements of a rodenticide discovered in one of the Baffert horses, nothing unusual was found in toxicology tests, and CHRB officials have not suggested Baffert, his veterinarians, or staff were doing anything illegal or unethical that led to the deaths of the seven horses.So the cause of sudden deaths to seven otherwise healthy horses in one barn over a 17-month period will likely remain an unsolved mystery.