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Waspy Leo 2006 Bay Silver Stallion

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1 Waspy Leo 2006 Bay Silver Stallion on 12/4/2009, 3:14 pm

Waspy Leo 2006 Silver Bay Stallion
AQHA # 4886416






This stallion, born 5/25/06, has a great performance pedigree and carries the rare Silver gene. He has been DNA tested by UC Davis and confirmed to carry one copy of this color gene (designated as "N/Z"), so he has a 50% chance of passing it to each of his foals. He has great conformation, a wonderful personality, and is very sweet and manageable as a stallion. He has the potential to excel in a variety of events such as cutting, reining, roping, working cowhorse, or barrel racing. This athletic horse is bred for agility and power. He is a product of proven cutting horse lineage (world champions & money earners) and his athletic ability and willingness will prove him to be a superb all around horse. He is currently in training as a reining prospect to match his potential with Ingas' desire!





His dam, Champs Waspy Cat, is an own daughter of Bar U Champ Binder (the very first documented AQHA Bay Silver.) She provides his rare coloring, and her pedigree also includes King Leo Bar and Holly 4 Jinx. His sire, Half Way Leo, has competed and earned money at local cutting and team penning events, and has full siblings that have excelled in the NCHA. Half Way Leo is an own son of Doc Freckles Leo, and is a grandson of World Champion Freckles Playboy as well as Doc's Prescription, leaving all three of these great names right on Waspy Leo's AQHA papers!









Let the SILVER fly ! Your imagination is the limit!
Breed to this wonderful silver stallion and
produce you own SILVER WONDER !
For more information see www.ingasmith.com



Last edited by ingasmith on 12/4/2009, 10:59 pm; edited 1 time in total

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Do you know his extension and agouti status?

I sure love how he expresses his silver.

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All I know is that he is N/Z.
One copy of the altered sequence detected. Black-based horses will be chocolate with flaxen mane and tail. Bay-based horses will have pigment on lower legs lightened and flaxen mane and tail. No effect on chestnut color.
I am guessing there must be other tests that can narrow things down a bit?

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Due to his parentage he could either be Ee or EE or Aa or AA. A combination extension/agouti test would answer that question and could be VERY helpful in his marketing.

ACC

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thank you, were would I find that testing done?

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The combined test is $40 and they're pretty quick:
http://vgl.ucdavis.edu/services/horse.php

This will tell you and potential breeders if he's capable of producing a chestnut (or any red base) or a black silver (or any black base). That could be very helpful for some.

ACC

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accphotography wrote:The combined test is $40 and they're pretty quick:
http://vgl.ucdavis.edu/services/horse.php

This will tell you and potential breeders if he's capable of producing a chestnut (or any red base) or a black silver (or any black base). That could be very helpful for some.

ACC
thanks so much for the information. I will post the results when I get them. I am curious too! Inga

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8 waspy leo on 10/8/2015, 7:51 pm

is waspy not standing in 2016? went to website and nothing abut him.

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