Red Hot Hands

Chestnut colt

Sire: All Hands On Zip
(multiple World Champion)

Dam: Cruise Controll
(by Artful Investment -- AQHA)

Born: 17 March 2015
St. Patrick's Day


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29 June 2016

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15 November 2015

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29 June 2016

This mare's first baby crossed with All Hands On Zip has arrived!! And we are pleased with the results!

This handsome youngster is sired by All Hands On Zip who is a multiple World Champion, as well as a Silver Production Sire!

Patrick's dam, Cruise Controll (Clancee), is a big time show girl in her own right. Owned by Beth Case, this nice mare was shown at the AQHA Congress where she placed 11th out of 41 horses in the 2 Year Old Hunter Under Saddle class. Very impressive!! Clancee is sired by Artful Investment (AQHA), the highest point-earning stallion in the history of AQHA and with more World Championships than any other stallion in history! He is also a 5x AQHA World Champion, as well as an AQHA Supreme Champion, AQHA Versatility Champion, 2x Reserve Superhorse, etc. With bloodlines like this, this youngster can't help but be a winner!! The reason that we wanted to add Clancee to our broodmare band is because of success we have had with another Artful Investment daughter, Artfully Maid (Ruby). Without a doubt, Ruby is our top producing broodmare, with all 3 of her oldest babies winning major titles in the show pen -- Appaloosa, NSBA, and Reichert! With Clancee we are hoping to repeat that production record!

Patrick has the great conformation we look for in a World Caliber performance horse.  He has the long, correct legs, short back, strong topline, and outstanding shoulder that we always look for in our high caliber prospects. He is definitely a nice boy with a bright future. He should mature to 16-2 hands -- just guessing!

Keep an eye on this youngster and join us as we watch him grow!

Price: $6500

Enrolled in the Breeder's Trust, NSBA BCF, and ApHC World Show Incentive programs



Pictures below taken 15 November 2016

Pictures below taken 8 May 2015







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