SORRY FOLKS BUT THIS ONE HAS SOLD
Daddy Wood – Sold
Price (GST inc): $3,300
D.O.B. : 20-01-12
Sire: “King Hollywood”
Dam: “Dmac Mumma”
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Daddy Wood – Sold
“Daddywood” is our first foal for the 2011 by “King Hollywood” (see Stallion page). He is out of “Dmac Mumma”, a mare by “Dmac Daddy” out of a good Cutting mare. Due to the purchase of “Phantom of the Roc” in the 2010 season, we bred nearly all of our mares to him, leaving just one for “King” that year and “Daddywood” is his boy.
The photos are taken at 4 months old, and he is growing nicely. He started off a beautiful brown bay with some chrome however now he is almost black. He has a good length of rein and a nice sloping shoulder and hip. He has “King’s” very pretty head, with his dam’s markings. He has good strong bone and straight legs. In other words he has very good conformation!
King is working very well in the competition arena, with many wins in Rodeo Queen, with our daughter, Lacey-Jae at the reins. He is going very consistantly Heeling and Barrel Racing, where he has come up with some wins and places. The 2011 year was to be the year to hit the competition trail, where not long after he won the 3rd Division Buckle at the Talmadge Green Barrel Racing Clinic, he sustained a injury and didn’t come back into competion until July. However he still managed to win the ABHA 2nd Division Runner-up Barrel Race and the ‘Most Improved Horse’ for 2011. He has started his Breakaway Roping Career in 2012, with may quick catches and places in both ATRA and CRCA Associations.
“Dmac Mumma” is by the Champion Cutting Horse “Dmac Daddy”, who has sired several winners at Cutting and Challenges, including “One Moore Daddy” and “Whos Ya Daddy” to name a few. Her Dam is a good cutting mare who was owned and shown by Greg Jolly. “Dmac Mumma” was broken in and worked, however we purchased her as an outcross mare to breed to “King”.
“Kings” progeny have his great temperament and trainablility, and athleticism, so I think it would be safe to say that “Daddywood” will definately suit the Reining, Cutting, Rodeo and Challenge arenas.