AQHA 2005 Sorrel Mare (NIte Chip x Barpassers Gal) (New Jersey)
Producer of NSBA World Show Winner, Top 10 Congress Open 2 year old Western Pleasure, Futurity Champions. Open.
Breed Incentives: NSBA BCF
Other Programs: NSBA BCF
""Patty"" is a producer of a NSBA World Show Winner, top 10 Congress Open 2 year old Western Pleasure Stakes and Futurity Champions Patty is currently open, under lights and ready to breed to the stallion of your choice! She is also broke to ride. Patty is great to be around, very easy to handle, get in foal and foal out, and is an awesome mom!
2010 Rock The Nite Away (s.s. by HH Red Rock)
2011 SHESA HOTRODIN GAL (s.m. by Hes A Cool Hotrod) $3,043, 1st NSBA World Show Color Green Western Pleasure, 2nd NSBA World Show Color 3YO Open Western Pleasure, 10th Congress 2YO Open Western Pleasure Stakes, Open Performance ROM, 10th Amateur Lvl 1 Select Western Horsemanship, 16.5 Amateur, 102.5 Lvl. 1 Amateur, 22.5 Open Performance points.
2012 Shes Sure A Hotrod (ch.m. by Hes A Cool Hotrod)
2013 This Gals A Hotty (ch.m. by Hes A Cool Hotrod)
2014 Having A Good Nite (br.g. by Keeping It Good) 6th NSBA World Show Non Pro 2YO Western Pleasure.
2016 Nitetimecrowdpleaser (s.m. by The Rock)
2017 Dem Baby Blues (rd.rn.m. by VS Code Blue) 10th Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity Brad Borton Memorial Yearling Longe Line Ltd. Non Pro.
Coggins Test-Date Drawn: 1/2/2020
Accession #: 100639
State Where Coggins Issued: Lab State: New Jersey
HYPP N/N per AQHA.
Parrot Mouth: No
Major Injury and/or Surgery: No
Colic/Resection Surgery: No
Past Lameness: No
Other defects, abnormalities or blemishes: No
Scale 1 to 10: 1 = Best, 10 = Worst, NP = Info Not Provided
General Disposition: 1
Stall Manners: 1
Loading & Trailering: 1
Gets along with other horses: 1
Scale 1 to 10: 1 = Beginner, 10 = Professional, NP = Info Not Provided
Level of Experience required by rider or handler: NP
Scale 1 to 10: 1 = Bombproof, 10 = Hot, NP = Info Not Provided
Rating for riding or handling disposition of horse: NP
Professional Training: No