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Homozygous Paints for sale

AQHA Quarter Horse Mares For Sale

Sunup Chex Little Tucker

Bay Roan Quarter Horse

2007 Mare


Sire: Nu Sunup Chex

Dam: Busy Lil Tucker

Sire: Nu Sunup chex -- 2007 AQHA open superior head horse, 2007 superior in open heeling, 2006 open performance ROM in working cow horse, world show qualifier in 2007 and 2008, 4th in nation in team roping. sunup's sire Nu chex to cash was 2002 NRHA world champion and 2002 Res world champion in open, non-pro and intermediate reining, proven sire of consistent winners in AQHA, NRHA and NRCHA events.   Lil tucker is built to rein. Nice conformation, large chest and hip. Good deposition. Ready to be your next reining and working cow horse prospect. ... click for more Information, Pedigree, & Photos

SLP Lena San

Black Quarter Horse



Sire: Sallys Little Peppy

Dam: Docs Peppy Cutter

1999 Black Mare sired by Sally's Little Peppy  with the great Peppy San Badger on papers. Peppy San Badger sired 2, 325 foals that earned more than 7,200 points in all divisions and won more than 25 million. Peppy won NCHA Futurity and the Derby and was reserve World Champion and won NCHA finals earning more than $172,000.  Lena's Dam has Doc Bar (NCHA Futurity winner, first sire to sire a winner - Smart Little Lena. Doc Bar was syndicated for 2.1 million and inducted in the AQHA Hall of Fame in 1997). Also on papers are the AQHA winners Mr San Peppy, Pepponita, Doc O'Lena and Doc Tari.   Lena was ridden as a two year old, halters, stands for farrier.  She is easy to work with and has produced some beautiful paint foals. Ready to produce great QH cha ... click for more Information, Pedigree, & Photos

Novel By Dunnit

Palomino Quarter Horse

2009 Mare


Sire: Big Steppin Dun

Dam: Skip Novel

2009 Palomino mare sired by Big Steppin Dun out of Skip Novel.  On papers are Hollywood Dun It (Earner of $65,000, NRHA Hall of Fame, NRHA 6 million dollar sire, National Reining Horse Association Futurity Reserve Champion, NRHA Derby Champion and Superstakes Champion) Hollywood Dun It was sired by Hollywood Jac the first sire to accumulate over $1,000,000 in offspring earnings.   Novel by Dunnit is broke to ride, easy to work with, stands for farrier,  She approximately 15 hands and weighs about 1200 lbs. Excellent temperament and conformation.  Price $5000 ... click for more Information, Pedigree, & Photos

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