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BHR Super Frost

Postby lazy ace » Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:53 pm

A couple of weeks ago we said we would put some stud pictures and some more colt pictures on. I am having a little trouble getting some pictures on with photo bucket but I did manage to get our stud pictures uploaded. We will update some more colt pictures hopefully soon.

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Finally got some colt photo's on photobucket.

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BHR Dynamite guy

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BHR Speedy Guy

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BHR Baldy Guy

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BHR Rockn dude

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BHR Super Sassy

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BHR Oh My French

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BHR Special Spark

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BHR Some Kinda Guy

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BHR Effortlessly

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BHR Lost My Socks


We have one colt left to take a picture of but we might get her tomorrow.

Thanks and have a good one





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Postby Faster horses » Wed Jul 28, 2010 1:41 pm

Breeding please. Sunfrost x??????
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Re: BHR Super Frost

Postby Chimenea » Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:27 pm

lazy ace wrote:A couple of weeks ago we said we would put some stud pictures and some more colt pictures on. I am having a little trouble getting some pictures on with photo bucket but I did manage to get our stud pictures uploaded. We will update some more colt pictures hopefully soon.

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have a good one

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He's a nice looking horse, Lazy Ace; thanks for putting up the photos. What type of mares are you covering with him?

FH, I found his pedigree at http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/bhr+super+frost

Frenchman's Guy out of a daughter of Wild Deck (Top Deck out of a daughter of Three Bars). Second dam is double-bred Three Bars, plus Oklahoma Star Jr.

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Postby Faster horses » Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:59 pm

Thanks for posting the pedigree as Lazy Ace is most likely
enjoying a tall, cool one. :wink:

Here is what his wife, TTB, told me earlier about this stallion.

"He sure sires, athletic, smart babies that have wonderful dispositions. Everyone who as bought one to date loves them, and Chad loves riding the double bred Sun Frost we have."

She wonders what color he is. We had one that color that Curt
Pate rode when he announced rodeos horseback. We just called
him a Chocolate Palamino. But I'm sure that isn't right.
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Postby Chimenea » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:23 am

Faster horses wrote:Thanks for posting the pedigree as Lazy Ace is most likely
enjoying a tall, cool one. :wink:

Here is what his wife, TTB, told me earlier about this stallion.

"He sure sires, athletic, smart babies that have wonderful dispositions. Everyone who as bought one to date loves them, and Chad loves riding the double bred Sun Frost we have."

She wonders what color he is. We had one that color that Curt
Pate rode when he announced rodeos horseback. We just called
him a Chocolate Palamino. But I'm sure that isn't right.


Chocolate palomino is exactly what I'd call him, too (right or not :D ). It's difficult to find a horse with that color; do you know if the stallion is throwing that chocolate palomino color on to his babies with any frequency?

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Postby lazy ace » Thu Jul 29, 2010 6:06 am

It seems like most of his palimino colts are lighter colored but when he was a colt he was light colored too and each year he just gets darker. We have eleven colts this year and we have two buckskins, two sorrels and the rest are palamino. We have been breeding him to our race bred mares (Shaka tail Feather, Dr Kirk, Dash for Cash, Shake it special, jet and rocket) those are the main bloodlines.

I sure do like the one I am riding she is one of the best cow horses I have been on. I used to work for Myers during college and had a chance to be on Frenchman's Guy and he is athletic and catty.

have a good one

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Postby sic 'em reds » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:14 pm

Good looking guy there! Do you ever put up any semen or collect fresh on any of your studs?

He would be a nice cross on my wife's palomino mare.

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Postby lazy ace » Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:00 pm

We have never collected him... we have thought about it but have had some requests on him. If we collect him we will let you know but for now we are using him natural and haven't taken in any outside mares.

Thanks and have a good one

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Postby Shortgrass » Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:11 pm

Nice colts out of a powerful stud. Dynamite & Sassy caught my eye. All seem to be good headed colts. I like the width between the eyes on those two.


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