Breeding, Companion, Foundation, Color Producer, Homozygous, Homozygous Black, Stallion
Appaloosa Stallion. 100% FPD per the ApHC. 2005 Model so will be 11yrs old in the spring. Halter Broke and Friendly--can walk right up to him even out in the pasture as he enjoys attention, although he is also an Alpha Stallion. DNA Typed & 5 Panel N/N across the board. He has Indian Shuffle horses in his pedigree. I think his breeder thought he may also be a shuffler although I can't be certain with his injury.
His Registered name is NorthStar BlackRebel.... (read more) He is listed on allbreedpedigree.com. I'm not sure what to call his color as he was more black with some white and roaned out more. Breeder said genetically he is a black snowcap. His Sire was a Fewspot and Dam a dark Snowcap with roaning. He is color tested homozygous for Black and also for Color, he is negative for Bay and Grey.
He was saddled/rode around the yard as a three-year old (just for the fun of it). He is very muscular and stocky build. I think he is right around the 14.2H range although I haven't taped him exactly. Weight posted is just my best guess as I'm terrible at guessing weight--lol. Rebel's full pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/northstar+blackrebel
Rebel has an old injury to his upper hind leg area where he lost some muscle. Don't let the injury fool you--he doesn't let it slow him down one bit. He also has a very small cloudy spot in the corner of one eye--size of a pencil top eraser. I forget it's there as it's so small. Except for that one small spot he has great vision.
This last spring was my first official breeding season with Rebel. I exposed a couple App mares to him (are now bred for 2016 foals) and I was going to expose 2 solid AQHA mares although he chased them away and just had a dislike towards them. So I just exposed my app mares to him this year. Based on my experience, I don't know if he would pasture breed a solid colored mare or not?? or if this was an isolated thing. Just being upfront with any buyer about my experience as I'd like Rebel to get matched with a great home. He does get along with my other Stallion in the offseason without any issues and is used to being around cattle and llamas.
Located in South Dakota. Coggins/Health Papers/Brand Inspection at buyers expense or buyer has the option to stop at a vet clinic on their route home and get a quick coggins/health done there (I don't have that option locally) or I can get a price quote and time frame with my vet for a serious buyer.
I have priced Rebel very reasonably at just $650 to get him matched with a home before spring. Nice Stallion if someone can use him. I would also consider a possible even trade for the right horse--weanling to an adult--prefer a filly although open to other possibilities for the right horse--Registered ApHC Appaloosa or AQHA only.
I do have additional pictures I can e-mail to seriously interested buyers. Sorry--I don't have video capability at this time--thats the one thing I can't do. Can always get more pics though. Any questions please contact me although Serious Inquiries Please
Located in South Dakota. Coggins, Health Papers, Brand Inspection are at buyers expense if needed for leaving the state. For a serious buyer I can get a quote from my vet. Or I can recommend vet clinics that do the same day quick coggins if buyer would prefer to do paperwork on their route home.
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