Hand Raisin' Rhythm
Born: 8 March 2012
Sorrel Colt

Sire: All Hands on Zip
(Five Time World Champion)

Dam: Ease To The Edge (TB)

(National, Res World and Res Reichert Champion producer, multiple ROM & Top Ten at World producer)

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NEW!!! 10 Ocotober 2012

Enrolled in
the Breeders Trust


Pictures taken 26 Sept 2012

Tall, correct, fabulous head and neck -- and incredible movement!  He is the result of the 6th cross between All Hands On Zip and Ease To The Edge (Easy), a tall, elegant TB mare. 

All Hands On Zip has consistently been a Leading Sire of Performance & Hunter In Hand Point Earners.  And Raisin's dam, Easy, brings finesse and elegance to this cross. Together they have produced another top caliber colt! 

All of Raisin's older siblings -- all 5 of them -- are highly successful show horses. They have earned multiple ROMs in Hunter In Hand, and most have earned ROMs in Hunter Under Saddle. His oldest sister, Hands Off Boys, earned her ROM in Hunter In Hand after just two shows! Hand Me Some Drama is a National and Res World & Res Reichert Champion in Hunter In Hand and Yearling Longe Line Hunter, and a Res National Champion in Hunter In Hand 2 & 3 Year Old Geldings. Play A Hand In Vegas has earned many Top Ten placings at World in Hunter In Hand, Longe Line and Hunter Under Saddle, both open and Non-Pro. His older brother, Hes Got Smooth Hands, also has ROMs in Open & Non-Pro Hunter Under Saddle and Open & Non-Pro Hunter In Hand. And the three year old brother, Handpainted Graffiti, looks like he should follow in the same footsteps of the older siblings!! What a fabulous cross this is!!

Hands Off Boys Hes Got Smooth Hands Play A Hand In Vegas Handpainted Graffiti Hand Me Some Drama

Raisin should mature at 16-1 to 16-2 hands.  He will excel in Hunter Under Saddle, In Hand and Over Fences. He should also have the collection and slow legs to compete in all-around events.

 This is an excellent colt and also a serious futurity prospect for those so inclined.

Price: $7500

Pictures below taken 25 March 2012


Questions? Contact Nancy Magnussen at nancy@hopescreekranch.com