|AQHA 2011 Eyes on Red Bark, foaled 5/12
|Fancy Red Bark x Eyes on Goldie
AQHA 2011 Eyes on Red Bark was foaled 5/12.
She is by Fancy Red Bark out of Eyes on Goldie, an Eyes on Red Daughter. Her pedigree includes Poppys Dandy, Rhinestone Jack,
and Gay Bar King.
Sunni is a stout, pretty headed, stocky filly
with 4 socks and a strip standing 14.3 hands.
She has had 30 days of solid training; she tucks
her head and backs, will drag a barrel behind her and at her side, lopes circles, ties, is easy to catch and trim. Sunni has
also been ridden down the road and at a sale barn. You won't be disappointed in
this mare. She has a good mind on her and likes to please.
Bred for working cow/roping, but would excel at barrel racing, trail, team penning,
This filly needs to go to someone who rides more than we do & is younger
than us, as she is extremely quick & athletic.
FOR SALE, $1700..
|AQHA 2012 Eyes On Dazzle, palomino
|Fancy Red Bark x Ima Shota Jack
AQHA 2012 Eyes On Dazzle was foaled May 26.
She is by Fancy Red Bark, who is 100% foundation & pictured on the in memory/reference page of our web site,
out of Ima Shota Jack, who is a daughter The Duke of Jacks, pictured on our past sales page.
Dazzle is a BIG palomino filly, with good
bone, a pretty head, big hip and no white markings. She is friendly and has a kind, gentle nature.
Projected maturity: 15-3 hands or over.
Dazzle is big, and is an excellent heading,
western riding, barrel racing/speed events, and good all-around prospect.
She will go for training in 2014,
at which time her price will increase.
FOR SALE, $1300.
|AQHA 2011 Red Hott Cajun, bay roan
|Fancy Red Bark x Docs Jazzn Gypsy
***SALE PENDING 7/21/14***
AQHA 2011 Red Hott Cajun, foaled 5/14, is
by Fancy Red Bark out of Docs Jazzn Gypsy.
She is a bay roan filly w/a star
and hind pasterns. "Cajun" has a pretty baby doll head and is as square as a block.
I absolutely love this mare, and if I
was younger & able to ride more than time allows, she would be my personal riding horse.
Her disposition is AAA+++, she is sweet
& gentle to handle, stands tied, trims, and is easy to worm & give shots to. We raised Cajun and she has never made
a wrong step. Plus she is easy to catch. We have not actually "sticked" Cajun, but she is close to 15 hands.
Bred for working cow/roping, but would also make an excellent youth, ranch pleasure, western riding and trail prospect.
FOR SALE, $1000.