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Spider Blue Champagne

American Paint Horse
Amber tobiano stallion

APHA #748970
ICHR # PT2003-0155 

Proudly offered for stud service by:

Beymerpaints 
Ron & Shari Beymer 
2457 Lark Ave. 
Hamlin, IA 50117 
Phone: (712)268-5560 
e-mail: rsbeymer@metc.net  
 

PEDIGREE

 

Was 15.1 hands at 22 months 
Introductory Stud fee: $300 
Auction starts at: $150 
Live cover only, no AI. 
Breeding season starts March 15. 
Mare care $5/day dry, $8/day wet. 
Live foal guarantee = stands and nurses. 

Spider may 22- 05 sm.jpg (72646 bytes)Spider is an Amber Champagne Tobiano. He measured 15.1 hands at 22 months of age. We think Spider will be close to his sire's size of 16.1 hands when he is done growing. We know he will inherit both sire and dam's dispositions. Bloodlines go back to Blue Max, Leo and Skip horses. This is Spider's first year of breeding so bookings to outside mares are very limited. Spider has that gorgeous champagne shine that we all love. Because of his age and winter in Iowa, we don't have any good recent pictures of him. You can visit our website to see more pictures of him and his sire and dam or e-mail me and I will be happy to visit with you about him. Thank you for helping the ICHR.

 

 

 


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listed in the right column of each
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