Dual Pep Four - 2013 AQHA chestnut stallion
||Feedbacks of this colts
full brother (2009) and full sister (2008) coming in - the only thing these
horses can not do seem to be to make a pot of coffee. Friendly, mellow,
quick, cowy, easy going - all someone could ask for in a horse.
We consider Tee Bar Jeep
our best broodmare who throws stout, well build horses. Many of her daughters
can be found in our broodmare band. Dualin With Cows puts his quickness,
cowyness and very mellow disposition in the cross.
This colt has the big hip
and thick musceling we are used to see in Jeep's offspring.
(Dual Pep x Peppy San Badger)
(Mucho Playboy x Freckles
Dual Pep Four
|May 14, 2013
2013 / August 2013
- about 12 days old; and June 2013
- just a couple of days old.
extended family: siblings and maternal half siblings
sister Duallin Bar Jeep, who stayed in Wyoming. Picture here as a 4 year
Tami, WY, 2012:
"[...] took her and one of our other mares up to the big horns trail riding
yesterday. It was Dually's first time...we took our fishing poles too,
some nice holes up there. She went like she was born doing it just like
everthing else I have ever introduced her to. Nothing rattles her whether
she is alone or with others, it makes no difference.
A nicer horse I have never
Tami, WY, 2014: "[...] I
have used her and won in ranch sortings, worked cows, thrown a rope off
her, easiest horse I have ever known. When I was using her, I could let
her sit for 6 months, go out, saddle and ride off. No buck, no fuss, loads,
shoes, easy keeper, sweet-kind and honest! [...]"
brother Dual Tee Jeep, who went to Arizona. Pictures here at 1 month and
3 years old. Kim, AZ: "We really like this colt, he is super smooth and
sister went to Texas where she is shown in halter classes as a yearling.
brother Xander Taurus Frosty by Dorky Frosty Spark (Frosty Feature) at
1 month and 3 years old
Dam & Sire
|Tee Bar Jeep, his dam, waiting
for her fall de-worming
||sire Dualin With Cows in
| BROODMARES | YOUNG
PROSPECTS | BROKE HORSES
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