SORRY FOLKS BUT THIS ONE HAS SOLD
Rockin’ in Hollywood – Sold
Price (GST inc): $6600.00
Height: Mature 15h approx
Sire: “Phantom of the Roc”
Dam: “Driftin’ In Hollywood”
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Rockin’ in Hollywood
“Rockin’ in Hollywood” is the first, and eagerly awaited foal for our well performed mare, “Driftin in Hollywood”, and is by “Phantom of the Roc” (see Stallion page). She is a little Aussie Battler, being born premmy. She was a fighter and she overcame the odds that most premmy foals don’t, to be the ‘looker’ she is now.
“Driftin’in Hollywood” is arguably one of our best performed mares, having won and placed in numerous disciplines, including 1st and 2nd in the 5 Head Ladies Breakaway Roping at the Annual Richmond Timed Event Jackpot, where the best ropers enroute to Mt Isa stop over to play. Placed 3rd in Maiden at her first Campdraft, numerous wins in Western Pleasure and Western Riding, CRCA Finals Qualifier in Heeling and Ladies Breakaway. ABHA Capricorn Circuit Hi Point Barrel Racing Champion 2005.
Add to this, “Phantom of the Roc” who was a champion barrel racer, winning the “Holy Grail” of Barrel Racing – Mt Isa. He won the All Round Cowgirl there also with a high placing in the Ladies Breakaway Roping, and went on to win numerous barrel races and Ropings on the way to the Australian Champion All Round Cowgirl title in 2004. He won many Steer Undecorating and has won numerous Open Campdrafts at a young age.
What do you get? One georgeous palomino filly who will be able to perform at what ever your chosen sport! Rein, Cut, Barrel Race, Draft, Rope, Challenge – you name it I bet she can do it. “Rockin’in Hollywood” is typical of the other foals in “Phantom’s” crop, beautiful sloping shoulder, big long hip and pretty head.
Now as a 2 yr old, she has been broken in by Cody Stevens of Jambin, and she has not disappointed us. Both she and “Viva Roc Vegas” are the first of our “Phantom” progeny to be broken in. “Rockin In Hollywood” demonstrated from the start that she had a ‘big stop and liked to use it’. Cody described her as being very calm, willing, athletic and of course the big stop. However he said she was still ready to wait for your next instruction, a quality that is neccessary for the cutter or reiner. Now we know for sure – She has a big future in front of her! She will be capable of doing what ever discipline you favour.