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Iceman

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His Story:

If you're that person who has spent endless hours scanning through horse ads, searching to find your one-in-a-million "forever" horse - you've met your match. (I'll try to keep my ad short and to the point but if you want to give me a call, I'll gladly talk your ear off about him)

I've been in the horse industry my entire life and this gelding right here is special. Iceman is a 2019 AQHA gelding with a handsome bay coat and a heart of pure GOLD! Day in & day out he is pleasant to be around and puts his all into everything he does to make you happy. The kids love his charming, inquisitive personality & he has been a fabulous lesson horse for our program. He is patient with the most inexperienced of riders and very forgiving of accidental cues. He stands 14.3 hands, making him the perfect size for those not wanting a ladder to get on their horse.

Iceman has a solid foundation and is a STUNNING mover (just watch his video, you won't regret it). He is soft throughout his body, great cadence, light in the bridle, has fun stops, easy back up - I could go on and on about him. Take my word for it, you'll love swinging a leg over this one. I promise. Whether you have a kid wanting to show, need a mount for VRH classes, or want the nicest horse on the overnight trail ride, you can't go wrong with him. He's been around cattle, ridden outside and is so well rounded in the arena. As a trainer, one thing I'd like to note on this horse is his overall willingness & desire to please. Iceman is worlds ahead of horses I've ridden that are 3x his age. He has never refused anything I've thrown at him. We've ridden him everywhere from the Starbucks drive-thru to State Parks all over the southwest. I have extensively hauled Iceman, and every time he steps off the trailer he's the same good boy I know and love. He loads great, stands for the farrier, loves bath time, and when I tell you they do not come any easier to catch than him, I mean it. He catches himself, always eager to see you. 

People ask me all the time "how often do you run into the truly special ones?" ... Truth is, hardly ever. People hang onto them because a horse like that is captivating. Don't miss your chance with Iceman.  

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Iceman is by a son of "PC FRENCHMANS HAYDAY" aka "Dinero" (LTE $400k+, In 2005 he was voted the 3rd place AQHA/PRCA Heeling Horse of the Year, and helped carry Sherry Cervi to a third place position in the WNFR Barrel racing Average. Dinero is so versatile, that at Nampa, ID he was ridden by Walt Woodard, Cory Petska, and Sherry Cervi in the short round, and all three were money winners. As an NFR Barrel Competitor Dinero was 3rd in the Average with Sherry Cervi in 2005). Iceman's sire is  out of a daughter "SMART LITTLE LENA" (LTE $577k+, & as a sire he has money-earning foals in every performance discipline. Smart Little Lena’s foals were primarily destined for the cutting pen and NCHA, where they earned $34.9 million). 

On his dam's side we see some of those good old school bloodlines. "LONE DRIFTER" (a son of the legendary rope horse Driftwood Ike. He has been a consistent sire of big leage PRCA, WPRA USTRC and futurity performers. He passes on the famous Driftwood characteristics of being easy to train and eager to work...)

"“Driftwoods” ability to sire quick speed, performance ability, the mental attitude to retain training, functional conformation and physical stamina to stand up under hard use, and carry the traits on down through the generations, is what made “Driftwood” unique among stallions. Many stallions are out standing performers themselves but are not able to pass that same talent on down through the generations. “Driftwood” did. They are known to be very trainable and excellent at any event they were asked to perform in. Driftwood has had winners in virtually every event possible including barrel racing, reining, working cow horse, roping, cutting and western riding. They are known to be graceful movers and are very cowy. They are also known to be huge stoppers."

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