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4 Foundation Cowbred studs, Grulla, 2 duns, pal/dun

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    05-27-2014, 11:48 AM
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4 Foundation Cowbred studs, Grulla, 2 duns, pal/dun

I am standing 4 studs this year, ALL Foundation, ALL Cowbred, ALL linebacked! I like the old time big stout cowbred using horses.
Standing at Hope, NM:
Poco Royal Jessie- AQHA/NFQHA- Dun- Poco Bueno/Jessie James/Royal King on his papers! $750 LFG
Poco Dun in Silver- AQHA/NFQHA- Silver Blue Grulla- triple Poco Bueno $850 LFG
Mr Blackburn 002- AQHA- Dun- Pretty Buck twice on his papers, also 3X Blackburn, and Poco Bueno $475 LFG Introductory Stud Fee
RockyMountn Starburst- APHA/PtHA- Palomino/Dun Overo- double Yellow Mount $750 LFG
PM me to see lots of pictures, pedigrees, prices, more info on these 4 studs and the colts and fillies for sale by them (5 yearlings-2 duns, 2 red duns, 1 sorrel; 8 new babies- 3 grullas, 4 duns, 1 red dun).







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    05-27-2014, 12:49 PM
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Have any of your POCO studs been tested for HERDA? I don't see the results on your page.
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    05-27-2014, 12:58 PM
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I went to your page and my anti-virus program immediately warned me that it was a virus danger. I left quickly. You might want to get your site checked for infection.


If your stallions have been tested, definitely put it prominently on your site. It is important information for careful breeders.
     
    05-27-2014, 05:01 PM
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Weanling
What have your studs done to deserve being bred to? I don't see any sort of show record on any of them though I admit that I only skimmed much of their info, are they good working ranch horses? Honestly curious, not trying to be facetious. They are some gorgeous boys!

I also absolutely agree on HERDA testing.
     
    05-27-2014, 06:18 PM
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Green Broke
Not very good pics for promoting breeding. No record of merits? Are you just standing them on the fact they are foundation bred ?
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    05-27-2014, 06:20 PM
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Georgous!!
     
    05-28-2014, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Drifting    
Have any of your POCO studs been tested for HERDA? I don't see the results on your page.
No, I have had no problems with them and have not had them tested.
I will also say that I have no problem with getting them tested if someone wants to breed to any of them. If someone would like to breed, all they need do is pick the stud(s) they want to breed to and send the booking fee. I will immediately send in the test for Herda (including 5 panel testing) and if that stud comes back as positive or carrier of anything on the 5 panel they will immediately be refunded their booking fee. Thank you. P J
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    05-28-2014, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Allison Finch    
I went to your page and my anti-virus program immediately warned me that it was a virus danger. I left quickly. You might want to get your site checked for infection.


If your stallions have been tested, definitely put it prominently on your site. It is important information for careful breeders.
Thank you very much Allison for the heads up on the virus danger. I will get my web host to check this out.
Yes you are right about the tests, I will definitely post them on each studs page as the results come in. Thank you. P J
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    05-28-2014, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by 2BigReds    
What have your studs done to deserve being bred to? I don't see any sort of show record on any of them though I admit that I only skimmed much of their info, are they good working ranch horses? Honestly curious, not trying to be facetious. They are some gorgeous boys!

I also absolutely agree on HERDA testing.
They are big stout ranch horses, with very hard to find OLD cowhorse bloodlines. I mostly raise the colts for rope horses and ranch/using horses, but have had some do very well in shows also, and even had one colt go to the world show in yearling halter. So I guess I raise "pretty" rope/ranch horses.
See 2 different replies on testing above. Thank you, P J
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    05-28-2014, 01:09 PM
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georgous!!
Thank you ma'am. P J
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