"Biscuit" is ready to go. Priced for quick sale this fall so you can get him home and do some training before spring breeding season. This guy is built! We owned his mom and she is a big thick stout buttermilk buckskin mare that weighed over 1200lbs. She is Hollywood Gold/Doc Bar/Dick Badger/Leo Zero bred. His sire is a 15.3 hand Bandido Leo/Cody Bailey/Bill Cody/Poco Bueno Perlino. Biscuit is straight and correct and stout made. He is ready for training. Stands tied, leads, loads easily. A little hard to catch on 80 acres until he knows you, but will come to a bucket! Did hurt his left eye as a baby and does have a small scar on pupil-has a cloudy spot-but he can see! Not into breeding? Geld this colt and start riding him. He is very athletic and quick. Should make a nice arena/using horse. Foundation bred to perform and do anything asked of him. He is still growing. Current pics. All paperwork in order, clean coggins, UTD on vaccs and worming. Easy keeper. Not studdy or aggresive. If we keep him through winter, price will increase in spring!!!! Here is a stout using colt with a great pedigree behind him, plus he'll be a 100% color producer that will work for you!!! Price is negotiable. email@example.com or call me 870-344-1569.
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Cedar Ridge Farms Foundation Quarter Horses -
We are located in South East Arkansas about 25 miles SE of Stuttgart(Rice & Duck Capital of the World). We currently do not stand any stallions to the public. The sire of most of our colts that we have for sale is Cowboy, pictured with our daughter. Cowboy is a 2006 Blue Roan/Gray stallion (Galla Creek 501). He is throwing about 95% roans & grays. He is double bred Jackie Bee & Two Eyed Jack. He has a great disposition and perfect conformation and is passing that, along with lots of color, to both of his foal crops. We have babies in Oklahoma, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas. Our other stallion is Elkdogs Sky Dancer. On limited mares, he has produced 100%Toveros and Tobianos with loud color and excellent conformation. Dancer was tested homozygous for the Tobiano gene and is lethal white negative. He has stunning blue eyes and with his true jet black color, he really stands out! Dancer is currently in Magnolia, but we will have him back for the 2014 breeding season. We do have a breeding contract if you will call or email. His fee is $300 and include a $150 booking fee. We strive to raise all around performance horses based on the legends of the past, but breeding for the future. We add the color as the icing on the cake! We breed for conformation, disposition, and solid athletic ability. We hope that you will see this in our foals that we have for sale. We welcome all questions and enjoy visitors, too! Please check out Cedar Ridge Farms(foundation quarter horses) on Facebook!