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Roan Four Sox or Charlie as her second owner named her is 92% NFQHA and a halter type that was damaged by a previous owner. She can be ridden but the saddle has to be placed back further than normal. She was Gordon's first horse. We found through error that we could not breed her to a stallion that had any roaning. Her first foal was sold as a barrel horse. She is bred this year to Bubba.

This horse has been shown by us and did well in halter and can definitely win at walk trot. She has taught Gordon lots toward making him a good handler. We are pleased to have her.

Meet this years foal a red (pink actually) roan colt with 4 socks we are calling Bubbaroni. His sire is Dandy Cocoa Bubba is shown on the cite. The colt is a big boned, well proportioned colt who has been imprinted and is easily handled. Here is a chance to get 90% NFQHA colt with good color, good disposition and a great prospect for reasonable money. Picture taken at three days old.

This is at 3 months old. A chunk of muscle,speed and agility. Main is starting to frost, tail is varigated.