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COTTONWOOD CROSSING Tennessee Walking Horse Ranch
Breeders of light shod and spotted TWH's
Joe and Kathy Guido
3350 W. Columbia Road
Meridian, Idaho 83642
(208) 895-8700; Cell (208) 353-5085
Cottonwood Crossing Tennessee Walking Horse Farm breeds exclusively
for the Lite Shod Natural Walking Horse. Through careful genetic
selection of mares and stallions, they have created a powerful
genetic gene pool, which has produced a natural loose running walk
without training requirement. See how much money you will save on
training costs by selecting a Cottonwood Crossing Walking Horse.
Below are the stallions we cross with our broodmares. We could write
volumes on the genetics of our mares, especially since we believe
the dominance of the maternal side (65 -75%) is much more dominant
than the paternal side (25 -35%). Stallions with "in vogue" sires
sell breeding fees, however they are worthless if the maternal side
is not only of the quality one would want today, has a strong
production history, but will reproduce her desirable traits in
future generations. Not fully understanding this complicated issue
is a common problem. This is why today, the true running walk is as
elusive as ever. At Cottonwood Crossing the true running walk is a
normal occurrence coupled with very mild temperament and beauty.
Visit Cottonwood Crossing soon to select your next horse, future
breeding stock, or to make your next breeding selection.
MERRY BOY DUPLICATOR - TWHBEA No. 836432
Duplicator is a son of Merry Boy F-88, with Merry Boy his Grandsire,
Roan Allan F-38 his 3rd Paternal Sire, and Allan F-1 by Allandorf
his 4th Paternal sire. Duplicatorís Lineage of his Maternal Dam,
begins with his 5th dam Warmbrodís Grey Nell a daughter of Bramlett
F-9, bred to Giovanniís Son, Giovanniís Allen, produced his 4th dam
Grey Lady Nell. Duplicatorís 3rd Maternal Dam Little Nell Wilson,
bred to Sure Shot, a son of Last Chance produced his 2nd dam Baby
Betty. His 2nd dam, when bred to Sunís Delight Dís son, Hancock Suns
Delite produced Duplicators Maternal Dam, Delight Miss Hancock. The
common thread, when tracing Duplicators maternal half, is that all
of the horses had the high long, slender sloping neck, with the
style and finish breeders seek. Duplicator is one of only a few
Stallions left in the TWH Registry that has Allan F-1 as his 4th
Paternal Sire, which means he will produce offspring with Foundation
horses on his foalís pedigree.
Duplicator is a Beautiful Black Stallion who crosses extremely well
with any bloodline. His breeding is both rare and exceptional, a
true 100% foundation breeding Stallion. Duplicator is airy, athletic
and gifted with a lot of natural walk. He is equally proven in the
show ring, and as a prolific sire, three generations deep. He has
continued to breed foals that are very elegant, with a great finish,
style and flair to them. In addition to noticing that he sires
beautiful foals mare owners keep returning their mares to Duplicator
who sires very smart and willing to learn offspring. He has foals in
every region of the country helping mare owners produce show horses,
trail horses and valuable genetics in breeding stock. The Cottonwood
Crossing stallion: CHANCES LAST RAIDER - TWHBEA No. 903989 is a half
brother to Pa's dam: Chance's Sky's R Blue JSO. If you compare
Raider's papers to that of Pa's dam, you will see that Raider and
Blue have the same sire and they share the line of Midnight Mike R.G.
Raider is a big powerful Blue Roan stallion with silver mane and
tail. Raider is short coupled, long necked, with deep heart girth
and long deep-sloped shoulder. He has a stretchy animated natural
way of going, very loose, with the old time shaking out of the
shoulder. His way of going has been seen many times via his 16:1H
full brother Rocket, a Blood Bay. Raiderís sire, Gay Boy Chance came
direct from A.M. Dement Farms in Normandy, Tennessee. Gay Boy was an
incredible example of capturing genetics. Mr. Dement was intent on
preserving the bloodlines of Last Chance, who in his opinion was the
closest he ever came to recreating Nell Dement F-3. When Nell Dement
F-3 was bred to Allan F-1, Merry Legs F-4 was produced who was the
maternal dam of Last Chance. Gay Boy was 88% pure Last Chance, the
3rd place sires on all four lines of his pedigree was Last Chance,
with Gay Boyís 3rd maternal dam by Little Molly Dement out of
Peavineís Attraction, by Molly Simmons, both ASR (American Standard
Registry) registered horses, as was Allan F-1. Raiders dam, Midnight
Merry Jetís 3rd maternal dam Lady Brooks II who began a string of
several thousand great horses, was bred to Merry Go Boy to produce
Midnight Merry Jetís 2nd dam Go Boyís Duchess, and Sunís Ace of
Spades. Sunís Ace of Spades sired the 1970 WGC SLF Aceís Sensation
and Queen of Spades. Raider offers the very best of the Last Chance
Genetics, up close and extremely concentrated. All of Raiderís
offspring travel just like him and his brother Rocket, shaking the
entire long neck, pushing and striding with speed like they are in a
hurry to get home for supper. Raiderís blood crosses very well with
Pa's pages: 1
"Natural cover only".
non-refundable booking fee. Natural Cover only, Mare care cost: $5.00 dry;
$7.00/day wet. For our stallion's protection-mares must be in good physical
condition, barefoot and up to date on vaccinations (including West Nile) and
worming, negative Coggins (within a year) and negative culture required.
Black Jax Merry Chance is double
registered in the U.S. and Canada.
For more information about BLACK JAX MERRY CHANCE
you can contact
us by EMAIL or send a letter
Duane Sayler and Vicky McPherson
RR2 Box 138
Hatton, ND 58240
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