International Champagne Horse Registry

Crickets Cody Skip


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ICHR Pedigree #QH2005-0743
AQHA #4690844

Crickets Cody Skip

Amber dun
Quarter Horse stallion

DNA color results: AaEeChchcrcrDdoo

Offered for stud service by:

Megan Hampton
25122 Paseo Arboleda
Lake Forest, CA 92630 USA


Cricket is a very well bred young stallion just beginning his breeding career (see his son, below). Cricket has beautiful conformation, awesome gait and a great mind. Not only is he a very intelligent young stallion with loads of personality, he also comes with color, conformation and he is a sweetheart to boot. UC Davis color tested Ee Aa Dd Chch.

Cricket is a grandson of My Skip Vanzi (PHBA World Champion, AQHA Top Ten World Show, Superior Halter, World Champion Sire). Also on his papers are My Skip Ashwood (2x AQHA Top Ten World Show, Superior Halter, ROM Performance), Skip My Cool (Superior Halter, AQHA High Point Halter Horse, 139.5 Halter Points).

Stud fee:  $500
Booking fee:  $100(included in stud fee)
Collection Fee:  $150
Shipped Semen:  $250
Semen picked up at ranch:  $50
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Cricket's son:


PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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