My loss your gain. I purchased “comet” as a foal to use as my new breeding stallion. However when I DNA tested him I found he was a carrier for GBED. Because of that I do not want to breed him. He is a very nice three year old that has had some ground work and was going to be headed to training in the spring. However I have too many projects to keep him. He is docile, does not act like a stallion and is easy to be around. He is flashy even without a bath before pictures. He would get you noticed in the show ring.
Windy Tails Ranch
The Windy Tails Ranch has been breeding horses for many years, starting first with Quarter Horses in 1997 then adding Paint Horses in 2000 with the birth of our first paint foal who we still own. Our ranch was started on the back of an Impressive HYPP -/- stallion and a stunted Hancock bred mare. Through the years these two horses produced some great foals that became great all around horses with laid back personalities and winning personalities.... (read more) We have slowly added more bloodlines to our herd which now include Impressive, Hollywood, Doc O' Lena, Hancock, Classy Katchina, Disco Dude and Dr. Fager (famous Thoroughbred stallion). We no longer have a Quarter Horse stallion so the foals that will be born are going to be out of our paint stallions who have strong quarter horse influence.
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