Jae Bar Jemstone - 2014 Palomino Mare - $5,500  Sold!

 A.k.a. "Crystal". I have not had this filly tested, but I am wondering if maybe she carries the silver gene?? She is very pale (almost looks cremello, but she's not), and at times she gets a very high sheen and glossy look to her coat. It's very pretty! Her sire is a metallic red roan. Crystal is out of my Bingos Dually mare. Bingos Dually was a horse that my husband showed. He was an absolutely phenomenal athlete. He was only shown (in cutting) for about 2 1/2 years, and mostly just at weekend events, but in that time he won over $26,000 NCHA, and was Champion or Resv Champ in 6 different classes!! Crystal's sire is a NCHA money earning and World show qualifying direct son of Grays Starlight! Crystal was used in our girl's program so she's had a ton of ground work!!  We do have her started on cows.  Would really like to see somebody take her to the cutting pen, or working cow horse, something like that because I think she is going to be one amazing little cow pony!   

Click here to watch this mare being rode as a young 2 yr old.  (Then hit your "back" button to return to this page.)

   

 

  Sire: Chex The North Star 

NCHA $ earner & producer

World Show Qualifier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Dam: Jae Bar Jessicat 

 $ earner in sorting

 

 

 

 

 

  Grandsire: Bingos Dually (Ridden by Jim Wilkins)

  Bingo was brought to us as a young horse.  He had had quite a bit of cutting training but had not been shown due to a jaw injury.  Jim got him fine tuned, and along with his owner, we started hauling him to weekend shows.  The horse did phenomenal.  In just a little over 2 years of showing, Bingo earned $26,750 NCHA.  In 2005 he was CHAN Open Champion, CHAN $10,000 N H Non-Pro Champion,  CHAN N H Resv Champion,  CHAN $2,000 L R Resv Champion, Beef Empire CHA $10,000 N H Non-Pro Resv Champion, Kansas CHA $10,000 N H Non-Pro Resv Champion,  NCHA Area 7 Open Champion.  He then went on to get Resv Champion in the Open at the NCHA Western Nationals (missing 1st place by only a half a point).   Sadly, due to a leg injury, Bingo's career ended shortly after that.  At one time Bingo's full brother, Dually Lena, was Dual Pep's highest money earner with $367,651 in NCHA.    

 

 

 

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