Standing at Stud: Jet Chex King
2014 Grullo Stallion
Double King Duke Jr x Double Ginger Honey
AQHA Incentive Fund Nominated: 2016, 2017
2018 Breeding Fee: $350.00 Live Cover, AI Available
5 Panel: Negative UC Davis & Animal Genetics
Ee aa DD crcr
Homozygous Dun - Guaranteed Dun Factor Foals
Letal White Test: Negative
Cream Test: Animal Genetics: Negative
Parentage Verified: UC Davis
** First foal born April 19, 2017 Grullo Filly**
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Earnings: Cattle and Barrels, $150 LTE, 1st Year
Target Race: Saddle Winner for Consistant time runnings
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Approved for APHA Mares
King is NFQHA 86%. He meets all new rule regulations. His foals, if the mare meets 85% or higher, will continue to be eligible in the NFQHA registry. Contact me today if you have questions on a future foal eligibility for NFQHA.
APHA Mare Owners - Please let me know if you wish for your foal to participate in the APHA Breeder's Trust
I need to know by November 2017 to get Jet Chex king Enrolled in their program for his 2018 breedings to be eligible for the trust. You can review the information here - http://apha.com/programs/breederstrust/ There is a new Barrel Horse incentive with APHA that I am looking into as well.
BARREL RACERS - If you wish Jet Chex King to be entered into the Barrel Racing Incentive Fund with the Barrel Bash or another group, please get with me as soon as possible. Most entries must be entered by November of the previous year for his foals to be eligible. Since he is potentially a barrel racing stallion prospect, I am interested in entering him if my mare owners are interested in entering their foals into the program.
AQHA Members - The Incentive Fund has been disbanded by AQHA. I am looking for other options.
King will be getting started with NBHA KS 10 this year, as well as breeding at the same time. His races will be light during breeding season, however afterwards we hope to place him into some reining and working cow training to begin to round him out.