Dunkin is one of a kind with great breeding so thick you wont find anything as thoroughly bred as he is. Out of all 14 horses on his pedigree, parents included, ALL of them are either breed show winners or PROVEN breed show point earning producers.
Now He's ready to prove himself!
He stands 15.1 hands and still growing at 4 years old. Sire was 16.2 hands and Dam was 15.2 hands. He is even throwing tsize in his foals, some that will top out bigger than both its parents. With grand sires like Coats N Tails (AQHA 25 points, LTE $16,970, 2001 AQHA World Junior HUS Champion, 2000 Congress 2 yr old HUS Champion, 2001 Congress 3 yr old HUS Champion.) and the amazing Sweet Talkin Chip (Equistat leading sire, 41 AQHA points, ROM in performance, producer of multiple world champions, and winner of over 35,000 in cash and prizes) You can't go wrong.
Here is a link to his Sire's website:
Dunkin is smart and eager to please with a people person kind of personality. He has great conformation and movement you only see at breed level an better! For those who aren't into pleasure he also has the greatly dependable Skipper W and Two Eyed Jack lines for that all day soundness but with movement that wont leave you sore at the end of the day. He will throw those babies that are born broke and a true joy to ride. You don't see horses like him anymore. He will make a great cross on nearly any mare. He can go slow but that doesn't mean he IS slow. So breed him to that barrel mare for more balance and a great mind that can still compete! If western pleasure is what you want he's got that great flat knee and smooth hock to give you that baby that will win you the blues. If Hunt Seat is what you are after, he can extend his trot out with the best of them and has a huge smooth ground covering lope to give you those babies to take you to the winners circle. If Dressage is what you are looking to do he can get out there and extend better than some Thoroughbreds! If a trail horse is whats up your alley he still has they great personality and easy trainablity coupled with that all day soundness without a spook in sight to give you a baby you will be able to count on when things get sticky on the trail.
Pictured are some of his 2012 fillies!
This price is an INTRODUCTORY FEE only 2 more spots left, 3 mares covered and expecting for next year already. this will be his second crop of foals. His first two foals were fillies! Mares booked upon my approval.
His fee is $200 to AQHA mares for the remainder of 2013. He can be listed with other registries (such as ApHC, APHA, PtHA and more) just message me about it. Out crossing on mares such as Arabians and warmblood mares and others will need to prove show winnings (open shows are acceptable) and provide a conformation picture as well as why you would like to cross your mare on him. I only do this to be sure the breeding is responsibly done and the foal will have a niche to be marketed and shown in once the foal is grown. If you have any questions please email me. To find out if your mare is what I'm looking to cross him on for his second foal crop feel free to email me! I will be giving steeply discounted breedings to ROM earning and point earning mares as well as proven show producers.
2013 fee: $400