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Cloud's Jubalation ("Jubal")

Amber Champagne Missouri Fox Trotter

PEDIGREE

Proudly offered for stud service by:

Rod & Kristi Thompson
Mountain Gait Horses
3474 E. 200 N.
Rigby, ID. 83442
(208) 754-4493
email: modit@srv.net 
web site: www.mountaingaithorses.com 

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Registered with the MFTHBA and the ICHR 
15.2 Hands 1200 lbs.

Jubal is a beautiful Amber Champagne son of Black Cloud C., the 1985 Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association World Grand Champion,. He stands 15.2 hh and has great conformation, a gentle disposition and a marvelous gait. Consider breeding to Jubal for foals with all these wonderful traits and more. "Look At The Rest & Breed To The Best".   Jubal continues his tradition of producing progeny that demonstrate his natural gaiting abilities, quiet dispositions and conformations meeting our "form to function" expectations.

Stallion Service $450.00 
Live cover only. 
Mare Care - $5.00 per day dry - $7.50 per day wet.   
Negative Coggins and clean culture required.  

HAS PRODUCED 100% NATURALLY

GAITED MISSOURI FOX TROTTERS

WITH STAMINA, PERFORMANCE VERSATILITY ALONG WITH

 WINNING GOOD LOOKS AND COLOR


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