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Zippos Mr Good Bar/Good Version/Blazing Hot AQHA red roan filly
"Faceit Im Hot", ellie, is a red roan AQHA Incentive Fund filly. She was born April 24, 2013. Her mom is grey and 15.1 hands, her dad is bay roan and 15.1 hands. Shes out of some of the best breeding in the business and has the color to boot. After your done showing her put in her your broodmare barn and let her produce you some of the best bred and colored babies around. With her mom being grey and her dad bay roan and she is carrying the roan gene, you'll get color. Not only will this filly ride but she's built to do halter also. for more information contact Shemayne 9897332644 shemaynebrewbaker@gmail.com Sold to Laura and her family....Thanks! Just put a video on youtube, under her name Faceit Im Hot....Thanks for looking!!! :)
Height: 13.1
Age: 5
Sex: Mare
Colour: Red Roan
Category: Quarter Horse
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