Sunday, November 10, 2013

Money earning son of Boonlight Dancer


To read more about Boon's Pedigree click here:
Boon

Boonwhite Dancer "Boon" is a gorgeous 2006 red roan stallion. He is 14.3 hands tall and 1100 lbs. He is an own son of Boonlight Dancer and he is out of a daughter of Smart Little Lena. Boon has already started his young career as a stallion and he has several colts in training now. He qualified for the NRCHA World Show in the Limited Open Bridle in 2012. This past summer he has been showing in the non-pro classes at the URCHA shows and took 2nd out of 8 in both shows that he entered. So he can show in the open or non-pro. He is calm and easy to train and full of natural cow and he has a huge stop. If you want a high-caliber cutting horse, calm-minded reiner, diverse reined cow horse or a long lasting ranch horse, Boonwhite Dancer is the ideal sire or show horse. He has the breeding, good mind and the talent all combined in a pretty package that works well with any mare. 


One of Boon's colts

SOLD 
Thanks Dan
Tucson, AZ




 

6 comments:

  1. I would like to book my 6 year old bay mare she is Shinning Spark and Holliwood Dunit on the top side and Doc O Lena on the bottom.
    Thank You
    Christi Krause
    chrisik@wyoming.com
    307-260-8146

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  2. I would be interested in breeding a proven producing daughter of Bob Acre Doc however I followed an Ad that stated your stud fee of $500.00 you need to change your ads out in cyber land so they are all the same. Would like to know your actual Fees please. My breeding for 2010 fell through at the last minute and need something in about 2 weeks. Lynn-reingirl @msn.com

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  4. I bought a yearling by this stallion. Great mind! Just riding this spring and no buck and finds cattle like a bird dog finds ducks.

    Tad Knowles
    Kiowa Colorado.

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    1. Tad,
      thanks for the comments. We love hearing how the colts are going. We have several in training and love how they are turning out.

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