'16 AQHA/APHA Sorrel GELDING Bloodlines Click HERE Kolored by Krymsun x No Doubt Im Good (grandam of no doubt Im lazy) This is Gooey. Kaliente Krymsun. He's a 3yr old gelding I raised. Sound no vices, he was started under saddle and ridden this past summer, on trails. Been in the barn since then, he's fat, ready to go into someone's program. He's out of a daughter of goodbar and by my Krymsun double stud. I have AQHA papers on him he can also get his APHA ones. Mt airy, NC, sweet personality and wants to please. He's doing no good standing around. Why has no one bought him you ask? I didn't offer him as a baby like my others. He's from the first foal crop of my stallion and I had a trainer at the farm back then and big plans for his and his brothers' debut. Didn't work out with the trainer on site and he sat on the back burner instead. Sent him to a friend to get broke this summer and he trail rode him, then he came home and sat. Had a fella come out and rode him after his training break and he needs a refresher, but here's been standing up in the barn eating like a show horse too not kicked out. Get him for a fraction of what he'd cost if I had a video of him w/j/l and trails, and make him your partner, your ride, your way. Buying from the breeder you bypass the middle man and get straight from the source. He's not bounced around the sales, he's been hauled last summer here loads, catches easy, very friendly and safe, has good ground manners with no issues. This horses' dam had greats before him, including no doubt I'm lazy (his mother's name was no doubt Im good) his sire is my kolored by krymson stallion that has foals out there showing now and some coming up the ranks. I have a bigger brother to this guy too, gelding, out of an invitation only mare that is a lot slower legged and fancier, this guy here will go 14.3h but is stout.
Please contact for pricing on Double Creek's homebreds. Because we raise them, and do not buy them to resell, prices change. I might make a great show home a heck of a deal on a promising youngster to make room, I have babies coming and some I have more training and time into than others. As of January 2019 they have all been in the barn under lights and are at various stages of training. For that reason, they range from $1500 to $6500 right now depending on where they are in their fitting and training schedule. This is not a hidden pricing scale, and its not an unfathomable number either, but raising these you go past a point of no return... some we hold onto and keep on keepin on, some we can let go into great homes at great deals! Call or text Ralena 36-374-0296
"Why do you still have horses that are three, why have you not sold them already? " Some people may ask... I will give you a few reasons: - initially, this being my stallions first foal crop, I had a resident trainer and this crop was not even offered for sale. When he left, they were mid yearlings. At that point it was best to just sit tight. - after that stage, although many programs start as twos, most of mine were later foals and the last thing I wanted was a horse to get in a program and break down physically. So again, I chose to just hold onto them and feed them. Which leads us to now, with coming three year olds that are READY to go into a program physically and mentally. - Thank you for considering a Double Creek Farm baby. They will always be babies, even when they are 8 and 9 and showing in the upper levels... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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