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Walker, Kentucky Ranger ("Ranger")

2000  Kentucky Mountain Horse;  Amber
KMSHA #200611002
KNGHA #00-00680
ICHR #RH2000-0331

Offered for stud service by:

Mrs. Le Ticia Risner
HC 62 box 215
Salyersville KY 41465 USA
606 349-1675
macycat9@yahoo.com 

Walker, Kentucky Ranger is from a line of horses I grew up with. They are known for their "calm" disposition. I placed my granddaughter up on him, stood back and took a picture. He never moved. I have several of his foals here and the second crop, this spring. Do you want size?  Ranger stands at 16 hands, and when he sheds off in the spring, his coat shines like a gold dollar. He passes all his color and disposition to his foals. He also has a natural neck set, not like the horses who are just trained to do it, his foals carry that headset naturally also.  Put "his brand of champagne" into your breeding operation; he won't let you down!


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