Will Rockin - 17 Leopard Appaloosa Gelding
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|Number:||# Will Rockin|
|Status||Sold on 1/9/2017Fawn |
|Date Available||12/23/2016 to 12/30/2016|
|Age/Color/Gender||17 Years / Leopard / Gelding|
|Registration||Registered as "Rockin My Dreams" with ApHC - Papers Available|
DescriptionWill Rockin came through auction with no info, however we were able to find some history. He is a son of Fistful of Dreams and a grandson of Dreamfinder. Fistful of Dreams has his ROM halter, 26.5 halter points Sire of ROM and futurity winners. He likely would have gone on to the world championships except for a career ending injury. Dreamfinder... well... Dreamfinder is a king among the Appaloosas. Grand Champion Stallion, ApHC Hall of Fame, 1989 World Champion Get of Sire, 1991 World Champion Get of Sire, National & World Champion, Multiple National & World Champion producer. Will Rockin has 90 days pro training and was successfully shown in hunt seat prior to 2012. However, sometime after that he was in an accident that may have included flipping over while wearing a saddle. Since then he has developed a bucking issue that likely has a physical cause. He has good ground manners, is pleasant to handle, bathes, loads, hauls, clips, lunges, etc. He stands 15.1hh and appears to have no visible soundness issues.
Purchasing InformationLocation: Sunnyside, WA
Contact: Sabrina 206-250-5115
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