International Champagne Horse Registry

Cool Looking Dude


Cool Looking Dude 

Gold Quarter Horse 

AQHA # 3552869 
ICHR #QH1997-0321 



Stands at: 
Mesquite Ranch 
Laurie Roden & Paul Dubray 
12114 E Victoria Street 
Chandler, AZ 85249 
Phone: Laurie: (602) 708-8410;   Paul: (480) 495-4321 
web page:

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15.3 hands, 1350 pounds 
This gentle giant is a line bred son of MY SKIP VANZI out of a SUPERIOR HALTER producing Dam. Without question, he is highly sought after as a sire for Futurity Winning offspring. This phenomenal stallion stands a solid 15.3+ and weighs in at 1350 lbs, has a pencil neck, LARGE hip with deep low muscling that ties well down into his hock, short back and equally developed chest and shoulder. A short keen head, big eye and small ears. He is balanced and refined. Best of all, he has improved every mare that he has bred. Long thin futurity necks and expressive heads, well-developed even-growing foals with MONEY EARNING HIPS. He has sired FUTURITY WINNERS and STATE HIGH-POINT EARNERS.

Stud fee: $600 
Live cover and AI -- Collection fee $150, Shipping $100
Mare Care: Wet $10  Dry $8 
Live foal guarantee = stands and nurses

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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