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AQHA One Hot Kowboy
APHA One Hot Khocolate
**NOW REGULAR REGISTRY OVERO!**
'10 chestnut GELDING by One Hot Krymsun
Paid into all major futurities, IF and BT and eligible for all NSBA color classes as well
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Price is by request - you can call me at 336-374-0296 as of July 2013 he is now a class winner in Green AND JR WP at the APHA Color on the Coast P-O-R show , also placing 4th and 5th of 26 in AM WP the same weekend (rider error LOL)
He is not priced astronomically or anything of the sort, but, at each show he is adding to his resume, with points in AQHA and APHA and class wins now, he has points in Open(Jr and Green), Amateur and Novice WP as well as earnings near 5k from his Breeders Futurity purses. Currently will be hauled and shown until
sold, ONLY reason he is even for sale is we RAISE them, and have others that need to get started as twos and yearlings on that road too... we have double registered AQHA/APHA colored and also double AQHA/buckskin-and or palominos for sale that we have raised at the farm. Currently have 5 other full doubles available for sale as well(overo and QH) - Will be updating videos soon or by
request - Very easy horse to prepare and show, NOT one you lunge for hours and ride for days, will vet, and he is just all around personality easy to get along with, would make a great youth or novice horse, but can hold it in the open too.
Hes just getting out there, and will get better each time! Thank you
Video below bridleless is current - taken June 20th - just out of the pasture - the win pictures were from a show that following saturday.
Pictures below were taken March 2013 at a large open show in Colfax, NC after the winter off. The shiney pictures were taken in May at a very big(4 splits in the western pleasure classes) open show (high money payback show) where he was reserve high point western horse for the show. He jogs in hand for halter, sets up nicely, and is started his setting up and pivots for showmanship.
Below video is July 2013 Green Western Pleasure at the APHA show in Williamston, he has his ROM in the Green with 10 points from the one show.
Below showing at the APHA Color on the Coast Show in Western Pleasure(Junior) there were 19 in the class, he won under one judge and placed under all the others, He has 6 Jr points from one show. Also has Amateur points. I did not show AQHA much this year as the trainer was hauling one of my other horses to AQHA, and this one was doing the APHA. We just did the one paint show in July, and a few open shows this year.
Below Video schooling in the bridle/one handed at the July 2013 show
September 2013 Video below - One Handed (learning self carriage, hes a bit quicker in the front but he is getting much better with his front leg and getting his flat form back now that he is more comfortable in carriage vs this video footage. He also is wearing steel shoes in the below video, as after I took this in September I brought him home for the winter.
Winner in the NCQHA 2 yr old Western Pleasure Breeders Futurity and 2 yr old Non Pro , he was so quiet! such a good minded colt with TONS of potential! First time Ive ever shown a 2 yr old! Especially one that I raised! I am very proud of him! 9/22/12
First time to town:
'11 NC Breeders Yearling Lungeline Champion NCQHA
'11 NSBA Open Yearling Lungeline Champion " "
'11 Reserve Champion Non Pro (with the very much non-pro...me!)
Going around nicely under saddle. Not pushed, he is very natural.
Also see his half sister by The Krymsun Kruzer who is available for sale as well, she is a two yr old.
No attitude issues, no vices, clean and sound, super prospect for someone to take all the way.
Below pictures were taken his debut in the show ring as a 2 yr old in the western pleasure breeders futurity. He has nearly 5k to date in futurity winnings, but was only under saddle 4 months before his wins in the 2 yr old WP.
Below is some footage and pictures from his one time lungeline debut, where he cleaned up at the breeders futurity and earned a nice paycheck... with literally 3 weeks of lungeline training(never lunged at all and went to the show pen 3 weeks later to the day)... hes a pretty natural kinda fella.
Below is his dam, Alone Chocolate Chip. She is triple registered AQHA, APHA and PtHA. This is why he was able to get full paint papers, she has a belly spot that she passed on to him. When he was born it was visible but small, but I sent the pictures in anyway. It was not wide enough but was long enough... so they rejected his full status when he was initially registered and put him into the solid registry. In 2012 when the white rules changed allowing the spot to be length or width of 2" if the horse is sired by one paint parent(like his dam) then I asked them to review his files and examine his papers again, and they advanced him into the regular registry. You cannot see the "spot" unless you know how and where to look , he literally has to be upside down with his legs spread apart(like they do when they geld them) to see it... but he has mottled freckley skin(carries the champagne gene) and had pink skin under it, but its literally the "seam" of his belly. But, he has full paint papers and at the QH no one can fault you for having too much white(like my stallion! LOL)