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Hotshot Ashwood

2000 American Paint Horse stallion
Gold (Frame) Overo
APHA # 559881
ICHR #PT2000-0011

PEDIGREE

 

Offered for stud service by:

Nicole Alley
Warrensburg, Missouri
nicolealley@yahoo.com
nicolealley@hotmail.com

(Lakota Skychief X Sweet Candy Magic)

Hotshot is a beautiful 2000 APHA Gold Champagne frame overo. He stands 15.2 hands tall and is very conformationally correct. He truly is the total package: unbelievable color, outstanding conformation, and wonderful personality. Hotshot is registered with: APHA, ICHR and PtHA.

Mare requirements are: must be breeding sound; negative Coggins; record of all shots; no maiden mares; 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.

Regular fee is $300; Breeding is FREE to ICHR members, just pay mare care!

Mare care $5.00 (all fees must be paid in full before mare is picked up).

 


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PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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ICHR is not, and never was, connected with
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listed in the right column of each
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