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Sierra Hesa Chief

AQHA # 4881730

Offered for stallion service by:

Peggy Fox
P O Box 91
Waymart, PA 18472  USA

Stallion is in Anderson, South Carolina

570-470-9989
Click his picture, left, to see larger version.

mfox@flyinfoxranch.com
www.flyinfoxranch.com


Sable Cream Dun QH standing at Stud. Everything about Chief is different. Just beginning his career, elegant mover, intelligent, exceptionally gentle, and every bit a gentleman. Going back to Pine Wampy, Docs Prescription, Sonny Dee Bar, pedigree speaks for itself. Chief displays extraordinary dun markings on a seal brown base AtaEeChchCrcrDd. He received black & brown agouti, red & black extensions, Cream, Dun and Champagne in a terrific package. Well suited for varied disciplines. Correct, classy, HERDA N/N.
Available at stud to limited number of mares in 2010.

Standing in Anderson, South Carolina.

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