Dun It Good


Dun It Good
Price (GST inc): $5500.00

Registration: A3-725

Gender: Gelding

D.O.B. : 3-11-12

Height: Mature – 15h approx

Sire: “Dun It Downunder”

Dam: “Kempsters Silky Oak”

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Dun It Good

It is with the greatest of excitement that we have awaited this boy!!!  Our first foal by “Dun It Downunder”! He sure is a beauty!  He is stamped with “Dun It Downunder” – pretty head, good length of rein, sloping shoulder, and big, strong hip – this boy is built to work.

 There is so much to say about “Dun It Downunder” – he is the sire of Champion reiners, both Open and Non Pro. Which is a testament to him passing on the great temperament of “Hollywood Dun It” – the first Million Dollar earner in the World of Reining, and is still the Number 2 All Time Sire of Reiners in the World, many years after his passing. However we think that “Dun It Downunder” will sire Roping, Barrel Racing, Campdrafting and Challenge horses, because that is exactly what “Hollywood Dun It” has done in the USA. Their dominance in the Reining arena, has overshadowed the wonderful performance in so many other disciplines. [See “Dun It Downunder” Stallion pg. for full history of “Dun It” and this magnificent line of horses].

He is out of “Kempsters Silky Oak”, who is a double cross “Hollywood”, being out of a “Hollywood Return” Daughter. She is by “Sherman Oak”, who is by “Doc Freckles Oak” and is out of another “H R” daughter. “Sherman Oak” went to the NCHA Cutting Futurity, missing the final by 1 point, however he went on to be a successful campdrafter. He has sired several winners in Reining and drafting.  “Kempsters Silky Oak” has had two fillies and one colt, with the first two fillies broken in and going well, they are started on cattle and showing great promise. The colt is ready to break in and is by “AD Collect the Check” and has been purchased by Jack Danials because he is so impressed with his full sister.   

With “Dun It Downunder” sadly deceased, this is one of the youngest colts by him, and also a direct grandson of “Hollywood Dun It”. “Dun It Good”  has a lovely temperament, very trainable and smart, with good movement.  There is no doubt that he will rein – that is a given – he is a “Dun It” after all!  However, with his bottom line, he will cut, draft or Working Cow Horse, rope, challenge or barrel race.  And you know what – the “Hollywood Dun Its” have dun all of that too!

Whilst he doesn’t have much chrome, his silver mane adds sparkle[and it keeps getting lighter] and he is going darker with each day, so may end up with his mother’s liver dapples.  He has very correct comformation, and stylish movement, and is a very pretty boy, so will do well in the show ring.  This colt is a definite Futurity Prospect.

Dun It Good has been broken in by Cody Stevens of CKS Performance Horses, and is showing great potential.  He is an excellent walker and is very balanced in his circles, for a green horse.  He is showing good potential for either Reining, Campdrafting or Challenge.

This is me when I was younger, practising turnarounds!