We are breeding a few outside mares this year, please contact me if you'd like to book for 2009.
$500 breeding fee, live cover only for 2009, $200 booking fee (included) LCFG.
Pipin sired his first foal crop in 2005 he had a golden dapple palomino filly out of a sorrel AQHA mare, a dark chocolate palomino filly out of a sooty chestnut AQHA mare, and a dunskin filly out of a bay APHA breeding stock mare. We had 2 Pipin foals in 2006, another chocolate palomino filly, from Pixy, and a DARK dunlino colt from Cita. In 2007 we had a gold cream champagne filly, which may also have dun factor out of Cita, Pixy had a colt and filly, both dunlinos, sadly we lost the filly, Jetta had another fancy golden palomino colt, very flashy. We had only Pixy bred for 2008 she foaled a gorgeous dunlino colt. We won’t have any foals in 2009, but hopefully will have at least 4 in 2010.
Pipin is homozygous for the cream gene, which means he will always produce palominos on sorrel and chestnut mares, and on bay and black mares, buckskins and palominos depending on the genetic make up of the mare. Pipin is DNA tested ee (red based) AA(homozygous bay) meaning he'll never produce a smoky black foal. Pipin also carries the dun gene, which means 50% of the time he'll add dun factor to his foals.
But Pipin isn't just all about color he produces very pretty heads, even on mares with coarse heads. Huge hips, nice shoulders and good muscling. His foals are very easy to work with, and have good dispositions. Pipin himself has a very sound mind, he's easy to work with non-aggressive, and level headed. He's got a curiosity about him that makes him non-spooky which he seems to pass to his foals. We had some land cleared this fall and he didn't even mind a large tractor clearing brush and making scary monsters of brush 10 feet high move by him within a few feet. He didn't even flinch when we had large trees cut down near by his turnout.
We like to start our horses slow, and since Pipin is only 3 we haven't worked him much, he's got this awesome attitude about everything you do with him, we've had the saddle on his back a couple times and myself, and he's just like "okay what now?" He'll be started this spring and worked throughout the summer of 06.
AQHA Cremello Dun Stallion
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First Class Gold-Sire of Futurity Winners, Circuit Champions, Rope Horses etc, Many Halter Champions and Reining Horses Chocolate Palomino.
Sir Raleigh-Sire of AQHA Champion & ROM Arena Performance Sire Superior Halter $ Superior Performance, breeder H.J. Wiescamp Palomino.
Sirlette-Sire AQHA Champion, ROM Race $ ROM Performance, Superior Halter and Producing Daughters, breeder H.J. Wiescamp Sorrel.
Shirley Nick-Produced ROM Arena Performance, breeder H.J. Wiescamp Palomino.
Vanity Par-Superior Halter, Arena ROM Chestnut.
Par Three-Superior Halter, Sire AQHA Champions, ROM Arena Performance, Superior Halter & Performance H.P. Halter & P.D. Sorrel.
Annie Oak BarProduced Superior Halter & ROM Arena Performance Chestnut.
Snip Imperial Reed- Sire of 12 performers, ROM Halter/Performance Earners Red Dun.
Snipper B Reed- Sire of performers 123 points, ROM, Halter/Performance points Red Dun.
Snipper Reed-AQHA champion ROM Halter, ROM Performance Sire-3 World Champions, AQHA Champions, Superiors, ROMs, 6703 points, NCHA $ Earner Red Dun.
New Imperial Dawn-Produced AQHA ROM, Performers 46 points Red Dun.
Imperial One-Sire AQHA Champion, 54 performers, Multiple ROMs, 1,030 points, NSBA $2,717, Producing daughters. 256 foals Dun.
Westphal Ebony-Sire 8 ROMs, 313 points, 27 performance earners Black.
Royal Bar-Sire AQHA Champions, 1,367.5 points, 189 ROMs, Superior Halter, Producing Daughters, NCHA $7653 Black.
Westphal Chicado-Halter Earner, Produced ROM performers Black.
Martin's Jessie-AQHA Champion, Superior Cutting, 62 points, 27 Halter, NCHA 12,232, Sire:NCHA $85,621 Dun.
Westphal Honey-Halter ROM, performance points. Produced ROM and Point Earners Bay.