International Champagne Horse Registry

Xceptionally Dunn


Xceptionally Dunn  ("Xman")

2009 AQHA/ ABRA/ IBHA/ ICHR pedigree
Classic Dun Stallion
(E/e a/a D/d Ch/ch - DNA)

Tanya Wieser
47338 103rd Street
Rosholt, SD  57260
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Xceptionally Dunn is a 2009 AQHA/ABRA/IBHA/ICHR, 16 Hand Classic Dun (Grulla) Champagne. He has a beautiful head, with a long pretty neck, a short tight back, popping forearms, and a huge hip with good hocks. His babies will be the ultimate addition to a world class breeding program that wants to set itself apart from the rest. Unique, in-demand, and hard-to-get color. Click thumbnails, below, to see full size pics.   His official flyer is at top, left.

Accomplishments include AQHA Halter ROM with 35 Open Points, AQHA World Show Qualifier, IBHA World Champion, ABRA World and Reserve World Champion, 4x Color Congress Champion, AQHA Region 3 Champion, Multiple Futurity and Circuit Champion, and many more. He is also nearing his AQHA Superior in Halter. His Sire is 5x World/Res. World Champion Champion, Champagne Cadillac who is a Gold Champagne, and his Dam is a 10x Multiple World/Res.World Champion Grulla mare. Xman is HYPP N/H and is Negative N/N for OWLS, PSSM1, GBED, HERDA, EVA, and CEM. Standing at Topline Equine Veterinary Care in Glenwood City, Wisconsin for 2013. 2013 Stallion Fee is $600 which includes the booking fee.

Cooled shipped semen and on-site insemination is available.
There will be no live cover.
Contact Dr. Jennifer Teigen at (715) 684-9442 for breeding/booking information,
or visit our website.

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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