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Skipper Deedoc Ivory
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Skipper DeeDoc Ivory ("Ivory")

Amber Cream Roan
AQHA #3908536;
ICHR #QH1999-0010

Rosemary Krueger-Martin
Prairie Pond Acres
484 Craig Avenue
Tracy, MN 56175
horses@iw.net

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"Ivory" has the distinction of siring the first known roan champagne (from a roan dam) and the first sable cream champagne registered in the ICHR. He has both a cream and a champagne gene, so will produce 75% dilute foals. His bloodlines go to Skipper W, and he is muscling out nicely as he matures. He is well balanced and has no light side. This horse is very easy to work with, and all of his foals share that trait.

Stud fee: $300 
Live cover only. 
Mare care $3/day dry, $5/day wet. 
Live foal guarantee: stands and nurses.


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