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Cowboy is a stunning lad born in June 2013 and built as we like them, from the ground up. Cowboy has strong, correct conformation with good bone and great feet, a cool, gentle temperament with willing attitude and athleticism. He runs with his mares and foals in summer and colts in winter and is good with all. He has just been backed and is riding out quietly at three paces and despite his young age is a complete confidence giver. His first foals have been stunning and have his easy temperament and correctness. I can't speak highly enough of Cowboy's mother, Kernow Amba Moet. She has conformation that is hard to fault, a temperament that makes her everybody's favourite and a broadly based pedigree drawing on top level ability at many different disciplines. We had to sell her to keep Cowboy as our stud horse and it was the hardest decision to make. When we put her to War Chiefs Pride the aim was not to breed colour, it was as always to breed correct conformation and temperament with the potential to compete at English or Western disciplines. War Chiefs Pride was already an established, proven sire of halter championship winning progeny before Susan George imported him and he has the conformation and temperament that stands up to real use under pressure. His close relatives are well proven on the professional rodeo circuit. Further back he is a nice blend of World Champion running horses with some of the most respected Driftwood/Hancock bloodlines. It looked like that would produce what we were looking for and what we got was all we could have asked for. Cowboy is amber champagne but will grey out in time. He is panel tested negative.

War Chiefs Pride Corton Gray Fathers Pride
Mahala Hancock
Pay You Wednesday One More Copy
Fancy Fleece
Kernow Amba Moet Ober Star Diamond Chicks Chances
Ober Lucky Star
Sally o Cash Tender Skip o Cash
Dainty Mary McCue

Conformation shots - on the left, Cowboy's mother Kernow Amba Moet and on the right his maternal grand dam, Sally o Cash. Thanks to Toni Perdew for the use of her photo of Sally.


Cowboy's sire, War Chiefs Pride, on the left as an aged stallion with Susan George at Rockfields and right, taken in Oklahoma before he was imported. Thanks to Debbie Burns for permission to use her photo.

We are very pleased with Cowboy's first foals - shown below are Cowboy's first crop - left, Wilden Jai Ho, a colt out of Zan Parr Dolly and right, Wilden Blues Classic, a filly out of Hollywood Pixie Doll.


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