International Champagne Horse Registry

Skippin The Bars


Skippin The Bars - October 2008

Skippin The Bars ("Ace ")

HOMOZYGOUS Amber AQHA # 4866311 
ICHR # QH2006-0499

Offered for stud service by:

Ms. Angela Marques
5923 Sweetie Lane
San Miguel CA 93451 USA

Skippin The Bars - October 2008  
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  • "Ace" is Ch/Ch -- UC Davis tested Homozygous for Champagne!  Also E/e and A/A.  Herda N/N.

  • CLICK HERE TO SEE HIS PEDIGREE  :  90% foundation, he is the son of Cool Looking Dude, producer of several futurity winners, state high point and money earners. "Ace" is the grandson of MY Skip Vanzi (AQHA top 10 world show, Sup in halter, PHBA world Champion and World Champion Sire.  He is Great Grandson of My Skip Ashwood (2x AQHA top 10 world, Sup in Halter and ROM in performance). His bloodline is amazing with Poco Bueno, Three Bars and Wimpy.

  • Trainer states his canter is amazing, along with his natural collection.

He is one big teddy bear, and loves attention.  We are expecting two babies from him 2009.  Dam is a Dun, Hollywood Dun It and a Blue Roan, Hancock, Man O War, Sea Biscuit.

$500 Live cover. Cooled shipped semen will be available also.  Breeding fees are outlined on Breeding page:  LCFG for champagne.

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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