International Champagne Horse Registry

Cougarand San Bar


Cougarand San Bar ("Cougar")

Dark Gold American Quarter Horse

AQHA #4252409, ICHR #QH2002-0137


proudly offered for stud service by:

Gayle Scarfone

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Cougar is a beautiful dark gold champagne AQHA/ICHR/FQHR registered stallion. Cougar stands 14.3 H, and has beautiful conformation, athletic ability and a personality that can not be beat.  He passes on his amazing and easy going personality. Cougar has about an 80% champagne foal rate to date. Cougar is trained and shown by Mickey Gaines, and began showing in cow and ranch events in May of 2010.

Normal Fee $600; 2010 ICHR auction fee $300.

Cougar will be standing live cover only this year.  Located in Faxon, Oklahoma.

Mare requirements are: negative culture 30 day or less; negative Coggins; record of all shots;  mare must be halter broke and easy to handle; no shoes on mare; Impressive bred mares are welcome but absolutely no HYPP positive mares; we reserve the right to refuse any mares we deem a threat to either our safety or our stallions safety; no grade mares.

Mare care $8.00 dry and 10.00 wet (all fees must be paid in full before mare is picked up)

Discounts for multiple/proven mares

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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