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Straws Mighty Magnum  ("Magnum")

1996 Appaloosa stallion
Gold  

ApHC #558954; ICHR #AP1996-0318

Offered for stud service by:

Jacob & Kristine Ryun 
16707 Covington Road 
Okawville, IL 62271 
618.243.6171
info@stillseeingspots.com 
click here for his: WEB PAGE

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Magnum holds a Bronze & a Silver Medallion, multiple ROMS, Superior Event, National and World Show Top Tens, and nearly 200 ApHC approved points in events such as: Hunter In Hand, Western Pleasure, HUS, Heading & Heeling, Judged Heeling, Halter, Most Colorful, Barrel Racing and Pole Bending with limited showing.  He is a very versatile, easy going stallion with an excellent work ethic. He throws size, color, great dispositions, along with pretty heads and exceptional conformation. His foals have been showing and winning on both the ApHC and Open circuits in Western Pleasure to Hunter Over Fences. Foals are eligible for the Breeders Trust, ApPHA, and the Magnum Gold Incentive Fund. Contact us for more information, and put a Magnum in your barn!

Stud Fee: $700  No live cover.  AI or shipped semen only.
Booking Fee: $200 (non-refundable; included in Stud Fee)
Collection: $100
Container & Shipping Fees: exact charges to be paid by Mare Owner


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