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Anyone familiar with AQHA stud Zipped Cash?

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        05-28-2013, 03:54 PM
    Green Broke
    TGal.. I think its odd, when people don't put where they are from ! You comment, and wont even put where you are from ? I wonder are they that paranoid or do they have multiple names ??
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        05-28-2013, 03:55 PM
    I know Zipped Cash personally :) He is an awesome horse. I used to work for Dale Parker and had the priveledge to work ZC in the round pen for abt a year. He moves like the wind :) We own his first born colt,and his firstborn filly. Both are outstanding, and beautiful to behold. We recently started Cash'N (the son) and he has done outstanding. Never once even offered to buck . We have Cash'N's first foal, Grandson to Zipped Cash on the ground this year, and we are so proud to carry on with this line of . In addition, we own 2 out of Zippos Old Gold horses, and these have been the smartest, easiest horses to train to ride.
    I live In Alvarado Tx.
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        05-28-2013, 04:18 PM
    Oh my, I just thought the OP wanted to know about Zipped Cash! Sorry if by replying I caused anyone to become upset or that this should be considered spamming because that is not what was intended. Yes we all do know eachother through different avenues and we do know Cash and his babies, but I thought that's what the OP wanted to know.

    Sugar and Spice and Texasgal, I will be happy to post a picture and will be glad to answer any questions any of you may have for me. My name is Helen and I have been friends with Deana for a while. She is very knowlegeable in the area of breeding. I got my first horse from Deana six years ago and she still helps me anytime I need it to this day. I recently bought a Cash baby from her and was answering the question the OP asked.
    Again..Happy to answer any questions you may have for me reguarding Cash or his babies or Cash's owner Deana.

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        05-28-2013, 04:27 PM
    Thank you for the spelling lesson. Please pardon my incorrect spelling.

    I think you may be reading too much into this... I know the other 2 people who responded as well. Bottom line is it sounds like everyone who has come into contact with Zipped Cash or his owner, past or present, have had good experiences.

    I don't really care when anyone else joined or posted their responses.
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        05-28-2013, 04:27 PM
    No worries, folks. Didn't mean to accuse anyone of anything. I do still think it's odd that three people joined the same forum and posted in the same thread about the same stallion within the same hour.

    Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction ..

    Cyn .. sorry if this hijacked your thread .. *hugs*
        05-28-2013, 05:21 PM
    It wasn't my intention to cause any problems, was just pointing out what I saw since it seemed odd. It's none of my business beyond that. Hope you find the info you're looking for Cyn! :)
        05-28-2013, 05:23 PM
    It's all good, TG. Definitely looked a bit fishy ;)

    I'm happy to have found my own little Cash - great tempermant, very smart, and a nice little mover. Was just hoping for a little insight into his family tree.
        05-28-2013, 05:34 PM
    Green Broke
    So are you asking for lineage ? Do these horses breed back to Zippo pine bars ? I had a zippo gelding, we sold him as a yearling, he lives down the road from now and is a very nice horse.
        05-29-2013, 05:07 AM
    Jumping in this a little late but am feeling the need to reply. My name is Elizabeth and I am from Sweet Home Oregon. I posted the initial response. I enjoy browsing the forum for information but often refain from ever commenting as it seems no matter what the topic, the conversation tends to sway to the negative. I now find this a bit amusing. I speak up on something I know a little about and surprise, leave it to some one to find negativity within. Sorry Deana, I didn't see it heading that direction but shocker it did. I just thought what a great oppertunity to strike up the conversation and share how great Cash and his foals are. I mean after all the question was asked. The information was provided. Is this not a public forum? People really need to lighten up on these things. I have read posts from people who sought out advice or information regarding problems or issues with their horse, they get completely bashed. Terrible! These forums are not for the faint of heart. Unfortunately the world is full of those that are quick to Judge. My take I learned when I was a kid, if you can't think of anything nice to say, think real hard about saying it at all. :)
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        05-29-2013, 06:57 AM
    I have never seen so many newbies on one thread-EVER! Personally I think they are all friends and found HF after one noticed a post about their mutual friends stud. So, OP-guess you still really don't know, since you really have no good objective opinions.

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