Paint horses and Paint foals for sale
" SSAP Robins Dynasty "
May 09, 2005 ~ Sorrel Overo Filly ~ APHA # 832,406
Don and Connie Delorme
Box 28, Robsart, Saskatchewan - S0N 2G0
Diamond Shipleave Kilobar Lou Robins Parteebuilt (APHA) Lady Shi Di (AQHA)
If you want pretty and you want color and you refuse to sacrifice quality and disposition here is your prospect.
She'll mature at 15.1 HH or more and make a strong competitor in both western and english events .... and has the goods for halter. "Dynasty" is the youngest of nine consecutive fillies from this mare. The oldest, has been promoted to broodmare here at home, and six others are spread through Saskatchewan, Alberta and down to Texas.
The extended pedigree on this little filly offers many clues as to her quality and potential. She'll make a dandy broodmare someday .... just look at what her full sister is producing.
This is the 1997 full sister - rode as a working ranch horse, now
Extended Pedigrees are available on Sire and Dam pages
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:: SOLD ::
Thanks Brenda for giving her a wonderful new home in Manitoba.
Extended Pedigree available on Sire & Dam Pages
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Well BJ...her name just is so her. Is GROWING leaps and bounds. Going to be a powerhouse I think. Man can she spin to. Been doing all the Parelli on her and she is smart. And what a funny personallity as in haha.. I had a tarp down walked up to it, she looked at it, she jumped on it put her head down and picked it up with her teeth.
Trailer loading is awsome. I tried ...the first time..just by walking in and she just follows me in, no hesitation. Then my friend whom I am weaning a foal for (arab/hanoverian cross) was playing with me and wanted to know how to trailer load without me going in trailer. So I took BJ and just pointed inside trailer taped on her back ,,but I didn't really think she would go in as we have never done this before, and bam! she jumped in all by herself and walked to the front of the trailer.
She is going to be soo easy to train. She ties well now. Still is a bit grouchy when feeding her, but we are working on that. Had her feet down and a little resistance at first but fine now.
Took my hugh ball out and rolled it in front of her, she looked at it, jumped in the air and put her two front feet on top of it. So you can imagine how much trouble she is going to get herself into, sticking her nose into anything. She even tries to jump in our oats room with the oat roller running, now thats noisy.
Guess what I am saying .. she going to be a good horse and we love her.
Brenda & Ed and "BJ" (Nov 13th, 2005)