Shield H Quarter Horse

Price: Private Treaty

Sale Type: private treaty

Location: Riverton, Wyoming, United States

Horse ID# 178

Seller: Shield H Quarter Horses

Card Type: Free

Date Published: 5 March 2018

Date Last Modified: 5 March 2018

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BREED / REGISTRY

PRIMARY BREED

First Registration #

First Registry

American Quarter 5840373 AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association)

SECONDARY BREED

Second Registration #

Second Registry

NA NA NA

ATTRIBUTES

GENDER

AGE

HEIGHT

filly 1 (2017) 12.0 Hands

WEIGHT

COLOR

TEMPERAMENT (1-10)

800 Pounds Palomino 5 - Average

RESCUE HORSE

GAITED

AT STUD

NA NA NA

MINIATURE

PONY

DRAFT

NA NA NA

HEAD MARKINGS

Facial

Right Eye Color

Left Eye Color

Blaze
Brown Brown

LEG MARKINGS

Front Right

Front Left

Back Right

Back Left

No Marks No Marks No Marks High Fetlock

RIDER EXPERIENCE

Beginner

Intermediate

Advanced

NA Yes Yes

Competition

DRESSAGE

EVENTER

HUNTER

NA NA NA

JUMPER

SHOW EXPERIENCE

NA NA

DISCIPLINES

  • Ranch Riding-Ranch Pleasure
  • Ranch Sorting
  • Ranch Versatility
  • Ranch Work
  • Reining
  • Reining Cowhorse Cutting
  • Trail Riding, Recreational

BIOGRAPHY / NOTES

This filly has all the looks and style you could ever dream of. Her sire, Fritzy King Chex, is by A Cowboy At Heart, one of the outstanding stallions featured at the Oasis Ranch of Purcell, Oklahoma. A Cowboy At Heart was injured as a long two year old when he was cast in his stall. For a horse with so much talent, conformation, and color, it was a major disappointment. Owner, Marilyn said, “He was so perfect for a futurity horse and in one night, it was over. It was heartbreaking to learn that his career ended before it even started.” He bred his first mares when King Fritz Two was no longer able to breed and they have two of those first daughters in the broodmare band now. His foals not only show but they also work for a living and are found on ranches all over the west. You won’t find many of them for sale. Pete and Marilyn rarely have any of them left after their yearling year, and they sell well. If you want the great King Fritz mind combined with the West Coast style stop, sound conformation combined with good looks, you should consider A Cowboy At Heart. He sires performance horses out of just about any mare. This filly's dam, Lowry Jac Dun It, is by Chex N Dun It, 74 Ranch's senior stallion. With limited showing (due to injury) Chex N Dun It won the Panhandle Saddle Club Open Ranch Horse Contest and the Working Cow Horse his very first time out. He is also an AQHA point and money earner in Reining and Working Cow Horse and has earnings with the National Reined Cow Horse Association. The Herbsts gave him 2 years off; when he returned to the show ring in the summer 2006, he picked up a few more AQHA points and got all the attention. He is a proven color producer with 94% color (predominately duns and buckskins) and 100% black typed. Chex N Dun It's full sister won the NRHA Amateur Non-Pro Derby and NRCHA Open and Non Pro Hackamore classes. Both of his full sisters are NRHA money earners. His 3/4 sister, Chexanicki, won the 2004 NRHA Non-Pro Derby. Chex N Dun It is a full brother to Dunnit By Chex (NRHA LTE $38,000+). His dam, Daisy Mae Dun It, is a proven producer and a full sister to Its Not All Dun, NRHA money earning mare and dam of Dunnit By Chex and Ima Chexy Gal who has over $2000 in NRHA money earnings. His sire, Bueno Chexinic has significant earnings in NRCHA and NRHA, is a AQHA point earner who finished 8th in the World Show and was Congress Junior Reining Champion. Bueno Chexinic is full brother to the following performers: Reminic Chex Bar, Bueno Fritzi Nic, Tsarinia Chexanic, and Nic Chex. Check her out! You will NOT be disappointed.

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