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Rocking Horse Paint N Performance Stud

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Solid Chestnut

Foaled # 10.03.1996

Deceased 19.03.2006v

GENERAL INFORMATION

PERFORMANCE RECORD

YEAR




SHOW VENUE




CLASS




PLACING         CHAMPION


PROGENY RECORD

YEAR


 2005

NAME


RHPPS Drippin In Rythym 


COLOUR


Bay Tobiano 


GENDER       SIRE


Mare               Quirran-Lea Shake N Peppy 

Entice though unshown in the Halter arena, has proven to be as Versatile, as she is well bred.


Winning a Maiden Campdraft (highest score 88), and achieving several placings. She was only shown in the Rodeo Arena 3 times to WIN a Barrel Race & place a 2nd & a 3rd in Steer Un-decorating.

Her first foal arrived safe and sound on the 2.10.2005, the foal is by Quirran-Lea Shake N Peppy, and what a beautiful foal it is. A bay and white Tobiano filly (taking after dad), her name is DRIPPIN IN RYTHYM.

Breeding

Dam: PATIENCE

Patience was the epitome of Bombproof and undeniably, that one in a million horse.


Although she spent most of her working career mustering, quiet cattle and scrubbers, she was campaigned lightly in the Campdrafting circuit to achieve several placings and winning the Maiden Draft at Richmond Qld in 199?


Patience was bred to No Double in 1995 to have a foal in '96' that became Entice. In 1996 she was bred to Coominyah Jorome to have a foal in '97' that became Sundance.


Sunny was only 6 months old when Patience Died, the only thing we can put it down to is a Snake Bite.

Sire: NO DOUBLE

No Double was a very smart, lovely big chestnut stallion. His owner once quoting "he was one of the better horses I've ridden to cut out and track a beast without guidance, he never needed much of a hand when it came to cattle"!


He certainly passed on his intelligence to his progeny.


After a paddock injury as a 4yr old, it took months for him to get over it. Then not long after getting put back into work to be Campaigned on the Campdrafting circuit, a Veterinary bungle left him out of work for almost another year. Not long after healing from that episode, his life was cut short by a horrific accident. Never able to show his ability or potential to the public, a few of his progeny have been able to do that for him.

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