Exceptional Hunt Seat Stallion – Iron Age

April 4th, 2011 12:48 PM | No Comments

Seaside Farms, LP brings to you an exceptional Hunt Seat Stallion.  Iron Age is a true 17 hand 2005 AQHA Bay stallion that is an accomplished show horse and well on his way to being one of the hottest sires in the hunt seat industry. Iron Age combines strong breeding with size, disposition and movement. These qualities make him the obvious choice for the serious breeder.

Iron Age has an outstanding show career with impressive wins at all the major shows. He has earned the impressive titles of NSBA World Champion at the age of 2 in the 2 year old Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity. He also was the Reserve NSBA World Champion in the 2 year old Limited Open Hunter Under Saddle futurity. He was shown successfully in many of the major futurities as a 2 year old – winning several prestigious events such as the Tom Powers and Southern Belle Futurity.

Clark’s breeding merges two of the greatest families of today’s popular Hunt Seat pedigrees. Sired by the late Natural Iron – the winner of the 1994 AQHA GMC High Point Championship – junior Horse, an AQHA Champion as well as an AQHA Performance Champion, the All American Quarter Horse Congress All-Around Champion with 6 Superiors Event Awards. Natural Iron’s foals have won numerous World and Reserve World Championships and earned tens of thousands of AQHA points. His dam, Indian Skye, is a lovely young broodmare that is sired by World Champion, Indian Artifacts, and out of Ms Scarlette Sky, AQHA Honor Roll Champion in the Junior Hunter Hack.

Given his beautiful rich bay color, Iron Age was tested for the black gene. He was tested by UC Davis and the results were homozygous for the black gene – meaning he is unable to sire a Red based foal. He has also been tested negative for HYPP, HERDA, PSSM and GBED.

Iron Age is enrolled in the DQHA Futurity with semen available internationally throughout Europe and Australia. He is standing at Gumz Farms in Morganfield, Kentucky.

You may visit his website at www.IronAgeQH.com. For more information on breeding to Iron Age, visit Gumz Farms’ website at www.GumzFarms.com.

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