Click above for the five generation pedigree of this Classy fancy RED DUN OVERO stud colt.  He will take you to the show
classes with his fancy light red dun color and marked loudly, no blue eyes, although we don't care!  We just weaned him, and
he really blossomed, we wormed him, he gets grained, hay and pasture and he just went to town growing at his young age of  
May foaled, 2017.  I already have him haltering, picking up his feet, leading and tying, of course I work on it daily, not just a
few times.  His sire is 5 panel N/N and a Palomino/carries champagne gene part of the time when bred, and mare is a red
roan overo, very well put together.  Take a look at him, you will drool, he has nice nice straight legs, gorgeous HALTER
HEAD, great hipped, put together in all the correct places, he could take you to any discipline, but show he would win!  He is
loving the grass and always has shelter in our barn. WE HAD SCOTCH GELDED NOV. 7th, 2017, by our vet Al, owner of
the plainfield/clarksville vet, Scotch did so good, he was up and never did sweel hardly and to us the younger you do it the
better.  They still will get bulked up and look good, if you keep feeding them correctly.  We also have the other vets from
plainfield/clarksville, work on our dogs/cats. Jeremy and Al do the big livestock and the other 3, the dogs/cats. Thankyou
All the above pictures of SCOTCH, our colts barn name are in our
indoor arena, when I really worked day in and out with HIM and
others, stalled at night, indoor arena all day. Early August, 2017,
for 2 weeks, now I have HIM and buddies in pasture working with
them, usually don't leave halters on, but our place is pretty fool
proof, we work hard on it, to be that way, they will come off soon.
Above are all pictures of SCOTCH, barn name, enjoying all the grass and
playing around since I moved them outside, I still spend every day with them
and really did good on weaning, pleasantly surprised.  This colt is Reg. APHA
red dun overo, he is a flashy flashy OVERO colt.  I love the RED DUN color
and he has all his dun factor.  Papers I already have at the APHA. I always
have new pictures of our foals because I have had so many people talk that
other people don't switch up their pics, and they do grow awfully fast.  These
are all August 23rd,
and later 2017. Enjoy looking around our website,
anything catches your eyes besides our personal horses, give a holler, we are
always here to please
.  WE do have the right of refusal to any homes we feel
are not appropriate, we do care about each and every one of our foals.
Above is a picture of Scotchs SIRE, he is a Registered, AQHA palomino
stud, which carries some of the champagne traits, his legs are light golden
you can see, his conformation is outstanding, pretty headed, our foal stud
colt out of him,  I worked with him, the colt pretty early on, twice a day,
takes work and consistency, & PATIENCE! Just a week past 3 months
old, we weaned him, with another foal, and he was fed top brand grain,
and hay and now in pasture, he really picked up, and filled out, very
super nice colt, he needs to be shown, be great halter, but also other
disciplines. A really nice colt for someone that loves horses to take to the
shows, Take a look around, CHAMPAGNECAVIAR PIP is his registered
name. Pip for short, tested 5 panel NEGATIVE through UC DAVIS.
Above is the APHA Reg. dams PEDIGREE to Scotch, her pedigree
is on the free pedigree site also,  she is a very stunning red roan
overo, with very very nice conformaton and a disposition of gold,
she loves attention.  Nice pedigree too, Tested HYPP N/N through
UC DAVIS. The sire is 5 panel tested,  the colt is HYPP N/N, we
have the papers for proof too!  Look around enjoy!
Above is the flat out gorgeous dam
to Scotch our stud colt. Sockets
Robin Miss, She is really a looker,
in good shape & threw a handsome
stud colt, this year. AUGUST 8-2017
Scotch our stud colt hiding
his head behind his dam,
Early August, picture of the
dam to Scotch, 2017.  
Socketts Robin Miss
GENERATION PEDIGREE, a new window will come up.
September first, 2017 pictures of
scotch, out to pasture, halters off
now, doing good!
October 15th, 2017, Reg. Red dun overo
stud colt. Getting wooly for winter
October 15th, 2017, Reg. Red dun overo
stud colt. Getting wooly for winter
October 15th, 2017, Reg. Red dun overo
stud colt. Getting wooly for winter,
Scotch barn name, gorgeous, color
around both eyes and brown eyes,
All the top pictures of scotch with his red halter on, were taken on
November 19th, 2017, in the barn, I was working with all 3 weanlings,
tying, leading, standing tied and of course lifting up hooves which
they all 3 have had their hooves already trimmed and will again
tomorrow, on November 22nd!!  Scotch is one awesome gelding,
awesome boy.
Scotcharoo and his jolly ball!  All our horses love
their jolly balls, all play with them, Nov. 27th, 2017