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Chocolate Stud Colt
Pal is a 2012 chocolate palomino or chestnut (he hasnt decided yet!) colored colt. White on his back legs and a odd looking blaze. He is halter broke, tied up and worked with daily. Hand fed, wormed and vacinated. His sire First Down Devil is by the same stud as Dash Ta Fame an out of a top notch maternal line. Pal's Dam is by PC Mr. Sun Peppy who was a two time barrel futurity champion and earner of over $10,000 in the barrel pen, an own son of Sun Frost, on her dam's side she is PC Brosin, who is a son of Sun Frost. Pal will make one very nice running colt and later a super stud prospect. He is for sale but not on sale. Performance home is a MUST. No tire kickers. Willing to do some part trades for hay or guns. At the BHSS sale a 2010 colt sired by Rare Bar and out of a Sunfrost daughter sold for $25,500. Pal is eligable for Future Fortunes and many others.
Height: 15.2
Age: 8
Sex: Stallion
Colour: Chestnut
Category: Quarter Horse
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