International Champagne Horse Registry

Morgan Dun N Stone


Morgan Dun N Stone ("Zeus")

2008 Perlino Champagne Dun Roan
Quarter Horse Stallion

offered for limited stud service by:

Karina Fletcher
5220 Jardine Rd.
Paso Robles, CA 93446 USA

DNA tested:  E/e, A/A, D/d, Ch/N, Cr/Cr, Rn/N

GBED test pending
EVA neg
87% foundation

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We have been taking it easy with Zeus, and have finally decided to get his first foal crop going.

He will only be booked for 2 outside mares for the 2012 breeding season. Because Zeus carries so many dilution genes to pass on, only AQHA or APHA non-cream carrying mares will be accepted at this time (no palominos, buckskins, smoky blacks, perlinos or cremellos).

He has an impeccable temperament and is very easy-going in training. Zeus has been introduced to cattle and works the flag. He is naturally well balanced and heavily muscled. His sire (see below) is a multiple point earner and champion halter stallion. If you are curious about what color he could produce with your mare, just email me.

Live cover only at this time.
Stud fee $250, booking fee $75.
Mare care $10/day.

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PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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