TRAINING & BREEDING ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAITED HORSES
Registered with these Registries: RMHA
Color: Dun or Bay Dun
Gender: Stud Colt
Height: 14.3 to 15HH (projected)
Sire: Beamer's Clip Art
Dam: Silver Sage
Farrier: every 4-6 weeks (great)
Vet: first vaccination given at 6 months
Deworming every 30 days on a rotation
I can't believe we are so lucky.... Vega has UNLIMITED potential. With Magnum and Nick lines combined with Spanish Sundown on his dam's side and Yankee/Buddy Roe combined on his sire's side, this boy's pedigree is UNMATCHED! We were so very selective on a dun gene mare. there are VERY few we approve of in terms of balance and confirmation. Sage has the best gait and personality to boot. On the flip side, we absolutely love Clip Art (click here). We have ridden his get before, they are awesome!
There simply are not any other colts with this color, pedigree and confirmation within the breed, he will likely stay at R2 as a breeding stallion. However, if you are seriously looking for your next WOW horse (personality, brains, gait, breeding and color) Feel free to contact us and we will price him. We love to promote the ROCKY MOUNTAIN HORSE through our sound/educated breeding practices. We match confirmation/gait/personality over color on any breeding. The fact that this boy is here makes us feel like we won the lottery!
This boy shows us he is very gaited, as he grows he shows trot too! This tells me he is going to be athletic. He is one of the MOST personable boys I have ever had.
His personality is amazing, he is so friendly and loving. He really loves humans. He though I was his mama at birth, he gave me his nickers. He has been imprinted and trailered. With all his current handling he will surely be set up to be an amazing horse.
Regarding a solid continuing effort of ground work (until he's 2.5-3 to do saddle work :
With my training, I utilize many training techniques to create a well-rounded horse. Whether you follow Pat Parelli, Ray Hunt, Nuno Oliveira, Clinton Anderson or other top trainers, we optimize the abilities of each horse to create a willing and dependable partner under saddle and a far more dependable horse on the trail! (a foundation is key)
He gets along with all kinds. We have a mix of mares, geldings, pony, babies, yearlings, pregnant mares. I like to keep my colts well socialized. This way they are least likely to have social mishaps when kept as a breeding stallion.
Watch this boy grow! We are expecting a full sibling in 2019 which will be for sale!