$ 5,500

FIRST DOWN DUET, now exhibitioning on barrels and looking very good! FF eligible AQHA race mare started on barrels

Wisconsin, Hammond
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Great minded, responsive and light '05 AQHA 15-3H mare with solid speed pedigree that is well broke and exhibitioning now on barrels. Stays calm and focused on her job. She has a long stride, lots of quick speed with powerful take off. Started slow and right. Good ground manners, friendly and willing personality, sound and healthy. Her sire, First Down Devil AA (check his website) is a 3/4 brother in blood to Dash Ta Fame and a full brother to 2 TAAASW earners of $400K+. His offspring are eligible for FUTURE FORTUNES, 5 STATE, GRID IRON, IOWA HAWKEYE, BRIF and CORN HUSKER. Google his website for photos and other eligibilities. Duet's dam, sire of dam and 2nd dam are all AAA and or 1D producers. Finish her and be ready to compete this summer. Rodeo/1D potential in the right hands. Good offer may be considered to right home. Located in W WI along I-94.
Quarter Horse
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Quarter Horse
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:First Down Duet
Breed:Quarter Horse
Gender:Mare
Color:Chestnut
Height:15.30 hands
Temperament:4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:8 yrs
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 5,500
Location:Hammond, WI 54015
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