World Champion Potentially Lazy to Stand the 2014 Season at Gumz Farms in KY

August 1st, 2013 4:48 PM | No Comments

Gumz Farms and Selah Park Pleasure Horses of Queensland, Australia are pleased to announce that World Champion Potentially Lazy will stand the 2014 season at Gumz Farms in Morganfield, Kentucky.  This striking 2 year old stallion quickly became the public’s favorite as soon as he began to compete in the color classes at the Tom Powers Futurity.  He was the definite crowd favorite after winning the ABRA 2 year old Western Pleasure World Championship. 

Sired by Leading sire, Lazy Loper and out of Zippin Lizzy, a performing daughter of Zipped N Barred, his pedigree is as strong as his performance.  Potentially Lazy (Buck) will continue to be campaigned in the 2 year old NSBA open and color classed by Saul Sliss.  He will enter quarantine to freeze semen for export to Australia prior to standing to public in 2104.  This will allow, owner Nicole Brunker along with trainer Tim French, to fellow Australians as well as breed their own mares.

Amy Gumz says, “There has been such positive talk about this young stallion.  We have had great interest in him from color as well as quarter horse breeders.  We are most excited about his upcoming season.”

For more breeding information in the US please contact Amy Gumz at Gumz Farms

 

 

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