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Sire Color: Classic Champagne Dun
Red Factor (Extension)
Red Carrier (Ee)
Homozygous Black (EE)
Heterozygous Dun (Dd)
Homozygous Dun (DD)
Heterozygous Champagne (nCh)
Homozygous Champagne (ChCh)
EeaaDD No cream
"Skip" is a very Rare Classic Champagne Dun Stallion, or Champagne Grullo, who is homozygous Dun . Dunit In Champagne is a 2014 registered AQHA, IBHA, ABRA and FQHA stallion. He is 85% Foundation and is 5 panel N/N. He is currently in training for reining. This well built stallion will guarantee color on your future foal. Guaranteed dun factor on every one of his babies, and he does not carry a cream gene (which means he will never produce a perlino, cremello, or a smoky cream colored baby). We are expecting his first foals in 2017. He is quiet and easy to handle with a good solid build, big hip, and a gorgeous little head on him. You can't find a much prettier head than his and his color is a pearl color - it's just stunning. He is currently 14.3. Considerations for multiple mare and proven mares. Shipped semen available.
His accomplishments are as follows:
2016 IBHA Honor Roll Halter Horse. (An honor Roll is Awarded on an annual basis to the horse earning the most points in the U.S. for each event during a calendar year).
IBHA Halter and Dun Factor Points
ABRA Ranch, Halter and Dun Factor Points
Live foal guarantees offered on paid stud fees. If you purchase a mare from us already in foal no live foal guarantees because of a free breeding to that mare.
We had just finished collecting our 5 year old stallion & I went off to process semen. We had a young mare tied to the wall for our tease mare & she was getting nervous when they were walking away so my husband dropped the lead to ground tie the stallion & calm the mare. He called me out of the lab to show me the “wild stallion.” Dunit In Champagne has such an amazing disposition. And look at that semen he gave me. I could have bred 61 mares with that collection.