- Skills / Disciplines
- All Around, Athletic, Breeding, Endurance, Color Producer, Dun Factor, Native Costume, Project
At only two, this Nokota stud colt is showing all of his legs, athleticism, color, and size. He is out of the largest mare in the herd and the son of Smoke Signal. He will be a larger than average Nokota, and he can be put to any task. Currently, he has no vices, but he has never been handled. He would be great as a stud, but would also make a large athletic gelding as well. If any one wants lots of dun factor, look no further, he has everything but webbing, which he replaces with the white striped face, which just adds to the jewelry.... (read more)
It will be the buyers responsibility to organize transport, however, for a fee, or close distance, the breeder can provide transport. All health papers and coggins will be provided before transport.
The farm has one, if not the only, largest Nokota breeding herd in Illinois, or maybe in the Midwest. All of the horses come from full foundation or Nokota crosses. All of the bloodlines trace back to the original park horses, and the head herd sire is the son of one of the Kuntz top breeding sires, Grandpa Smoke. There is a lot of color, breeding, and athletic potential in all of the foals that are produced in this Nokota herd.... (read more)