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Yowza! That’s a big boy!


Remember the mare from “Solid” doesn’t even begin to cover it ?  Well we think we’ve found her long lost twin on equine.com!

AKA COLBY IS A WELL TRAINED SEASONED ALL AROUND HORSE, HE CUTS, ROPES,PENS, HE IS GENTLE, GOOD WITH KIDS, HE PRODUCES PROVEN CHAMPION OFFSPRING, OFFSPRING IS GOOD TEMPERMENTED EASY TO BREAK AND TRAIN, THEY HAVE SIZE, SPEED AND COLOR , TAKE A LOOK AT HIS PEDIGREE HE HAS IT ALL, NO MATTER WHAT EVENT OR RANCH WORK YOU DO HIS OFFSPRING WILL GET IT DONE FOR YOU, THEY ARE BIG HEARTED AND WILLING TO PLEASE

Horse Name JACKS FROSTIE ACRE
Stud Fee $600
Booking Fee  
Breeding Availability Mar 2011 to Sep 2011
Location TROUT, Louisiana
Breed(s) Quarter Horse
Sex Stallion
Height 15.2 hands
Color Roan
Homozygous Color  
Breeding Options  
Foal Date May 2000
Weight 1400 pounds
Registrations AQHA – American Quarter Horse Association (4067946)
Disciplines Ranch Sorting (Champion)
Team Penning (Champion)
Team Roping (Champion)
Working Cow Horse (Champion)
Team Sorting (Champion)
Attributes  
Temperament 3 (1=Bombproof, 10=Hot)

Now THAT is a tank of a horse!

Aside from his looks, on paper he’s a decent stud (but whoever is writing his biography needs some help…).  Breed him with a mare that could use some substance and hopefully you’ll get a nice, less tank-esque, baby 😉

          

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Posted on September 8, 2011, in Conformation and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. now there is a horse that shouldn’t be on that green of grass.Wonder how long those twig legs will hold a horse that weight before the joint issues start.

  2. The annoying thing is you can’t tell his conformation due to so much weight. Also his owners need help with colour considering they’ve put roan but to me he looks bay. None of the frosting that comes with roan.

  3. I agree with Teresa. It is sad, because he is one blade of grass away from a metabolic disorder. Haven’t they ever heard of Quiessence? A chromium/magnesium supplement will work wonders on a chubby, cresty necked horse.

  4. I know I am old fashioned but is tempermented a word? Mayby there is an equine dictioary that I could consult. Back in the day, we used TEMPERED!! And so does Webster.

  5. He is definitely roan, no doubt about it. He actually has a fair amount of bone to him and yes he is a bit heavy but I also think much of it is muscle. His neck appears to tie in quite well, no “nest” which is nice and it also seems that he is quite the using horse, not just something with balls. I would take him in a heartbeat! He looks like he might have some hancock breeding but I didn’t look up his bloodlines.

    • It’s great that he’s been trained and shown. Doesn’t automatically mean he should breed! It’s very telling that they picked a bunch of shots where you can’t clearly see his legs. If you look carefully at the last one, you can see he toes out badly in front. We’re curious as to what else would show up in a proper confo shot. Plus anyone who uses the wandering loose in a pasture pic to advertise a stud deserves mockery for that alone. Add to that their inability to disengage the Caps Lock key or end a sentence and they’re just asking for it!

      And well-muscled or not, we still think he needs to lose about 100lbs – that neck may not be “nesty”, but it sure is cresty!

  6. Not one of those shots adequately shows his conformation or demonstrate his usability. I could say that my mare jumps small buildings in a single bound and is so beautiful that flowers weep when they see her, but that won’t make it true!
    He isn’t a total nag, but going off this advertisement he isn’t really the spectacular specimen that should be procreating either. Yes, “Champion” looks great on his resume, but how many others were in the class and at what level of competition? All we have seen him do is walk in the field and a wear festively tousled mane!

  7. DUDE! That is one massive horse! Are you sure there’s no draft blood in him?

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