*PRICE REDUCED* “Blkburn Bailey Affair” (Bailey) is a registered APHA Grulla filly out of APHA “Vees Diamond Affair” and AQHA “Blue Isle Blackburn”. Grandsire is APHA “Cowboy’s Blk Ty Affair” and Granddam is APHA “Zippos Diamond Dixon”.
Bailey's sire, Blue Isle Blackburn, is UC Davis tested homozygous black and dun, many of his offspring have won top placings at congress shows. Among participating in stallion competitions, halter, and western shows himself, he is used for trail riding and working cattle with his calm and willing disposition.... (read more) Her dam, “Vees Diamond Affair” is a flashy white and chestnut mare who is tall and stocky with amazing confirmation even as she matured from filly to yearling to mare; calm and willing disposition with an “in your pocket” nature.
Bailey will be a 2 year old this summer and encompasses traits from all of her first-class bloodlines. She has already been shown as a halter horse with strides in a western showmanship fashion. Each show she has participated in, the judges have commented on her faultless confirmation. Equal to her dam and granddam, she is stocky but foreseen to be 15 hh or taller with a feminine head; as a halter prospect. Even though she has the build for a halter horse those muscles aren’t just for fashion. Parallel her grandsire she has already proven the natural ability to collect her head and neck and the willingness of physical and vocal commands as a western showmanship prospect. Finally, alike her sire she has the energy capable for fast paced and grueling work or competitions that demand an intelligent horse that has to make their own decisions based on experience, as gymkhana or cattle working prospect.
This bold 2 year old is a triple threat, with the build of a halter horse, natural ability of a western show horse, and the muscle and energy of a working horse.
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