International Champagne Horse Registry

Docs Golden Spots


Docs Golden Spots ("Cisco")

Sparkling River Ranch

Jim, Anna & Casey  O'Hara 
E1902 250th Ave. 
Elmwood WI 54740 USA 

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We are pleased to announce that :

Docs Golden Spots ("Cisco")

1995 Gold tobiano American Paint Horse stallion 

APHA #355203   

PEDIGREE available for stud service. At the moment we only offer live cover; but we are looking into the possibility of AI in the future. Cisco is a well behaved mature stallion who has excellent breeding manners. We use primarily pasture breeding. Cisco was injured long before we owned him & sadly never got to prove himself in the show ring. Due to that previous injury, Cisco was never shown. But with the depth of his pedigree (Yellow Mount ~ Three Bars ~ Doc Bar ~ Magnolia Bar ~ Leo ~ Joe Reed ~ Zan Par Bar ~ Man O'War and his Triple Crown Winning son War Admiral), we feel his offspring will have a lot of athletic ability; and will still measure up in the Halter classes!  

2005 Stud fee: $350 live cover only
LFG with a $50 non-refundable booking fee. 
Mare care is $4/day dry & $8/day wet; with private stalls and daily turnout.


PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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