Sire: Hands Of A Hero
Here is a big handsome boy with a very exciting future! This is the seventh baby out of the cross between Hands Of A Hero and Heidi Hunter -- it certainly has been a match up that has lived up to our expectations! This colt already displays the slow legs and cadenced movement that we would expect from these two great bloodlines. And with that beautiful head and elegant neck -- he's just darn cute!
Hands Of A Hero, his sire, is a 16-2 hand multiple World & National Champion and is a son of All Hands On Zip, multiple World Champion and a Bronze Production Plaque Sire. This is Hands Of A Hero's seventh foal crop and we are VERY excited about the quality we have seen so far!! Especially proud of the full siblings of this colt -- An Undercover Hero -- who is a Silver Medallion earner (multiple World/National Champion) already and Fifth Avenue Hero -- who is a National Chmapion!!
This youngster's dam is a16-2 hand extraordinary show horse, Heidi Hunter.sired by multiple World Champion The Hunter. Heidi is also an outstanding producer -- her first baby, Secondhand Serenade, is a National and Reserve World Champion in Hunter In Hand and LongeLine. Her next baby, An Undercover Hero, is a Silver Medallion earner with World/National titles in Yearling Longe Line and Yearling Hunter In Hand; he has gone on to earn a Reserve National Championship in Two Year Old Hunter Under Saddle. With a proven show record like this with his siblings, we certainly expect great things in the show ring from this beauty!
Blueberry should mature to 16-2 hands and should be a fabulous performance prospect in all Huntseat and Fence classes. With his bloodlines he could well be the best huntseat prospect in the Appaloosa industry. He should follow in his brothers' footsteps and is a natural for the Longe Line classes next year, and a top contender for the yearling Hunter In Hand classes as well. Stallion prospect for those so inclined.
This talented youngster should also be considered a serious futurity prospect for those who compete at that level.
Pictures below taken 24 March 2018