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post #1 of 34 Old 01-26-2010, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Spook Gotta Gun - What do you think?

I'm curious to what you guys think about this reining stud?

Thanks!




Spooks Gotta Gun : AQHA-APHA Bay Overo Stallion

Here's the link to his photos
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And a video

There are a few more videos on youtube if you want to look.

We're considering him to my mare
Here's a few pictures and her pedigree :)

Footworks Wonder Quarter Horse




On a little bit of a side note after you tell me what you think of him, what color to you think I'll get and you can guess on markings too ahah :)

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post #2 of 34 Old 01-26-2010, 12:01 PM
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Love his bottom side. You are not going to find a better bottom side. Very strong which is one thing I really look for.

-I'm so busy... I don't know if I found a rope or lost my horse.
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Thanks! I wish I could find the Reining by the Bay video of him he looked MUCH better, but someone took it off youtube ahha :(

I'm excited for this baby, she's all under lights so hopefully we'll be breeding mid march!

I agree too about the bottom side I LOVE that his dam is extremely strong.
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I really like him.

My old trainer has a coming 4yr old mare out of him and she's a pretty fantastic mare. She's got a great work ethic.
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Thats what I like to hear!!! =P. If its quiet enough I might ask to be the first one on it and stuff ... however thats not something I'm into so it may be my trainer ahha.

I have a feeling my trainer and I are going to be fighting over this one =P
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I don't know much about QHs, but I can give you a guess as to color and markings.

The foal will either be bay, chestnut, or black. It's a 50/50 shot as to whether he'll be overo or solid. But that could be a little different, depending on whether he's Ee or EE, whether he's Aa or AA, whether he's heterozygous or homozygous for splash, and whether your mare is aa, Aa, or AA.

As for markings... Markings are determined in part by environmental factors, so you really have no way of knowing.



Here are a few of his babies...









7 of his foals are registered as Paints and 23 of them are registered as Quarter Horses.
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I have a feeling my trainer and I are going to be fighting over this one =P
You NEVER fight a good trainer over a Open caliber prospect. There will be time for you to ride the horse once it is done wining in the open. I know from personal experience.

-I'm so busy... I don't know if I found a rope or lost my horse.
-An Armed Man is a Citizen an unarmed man is a subject.
-Where ever free speech is stifled Tyranny will reign.
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I agree, I'm staying away from my mare until my trainer is done with her.

She's got much more know how and showmanship then I have and she knows the horse much better than I do at this point.
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Wow is he nice! Love his tail ;) haha...very nicely bred as well!
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Doesn't deafness run in those bloodlines?

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