Doublecreek's Premier Stallion
Last Updated 09/16/2014
Registered Rocky Mountain, Kentucky Mountain, Mountain Pleasure and American Gaited Horse
2004 Northeast Regional High Point Open Trail Pleasure Champion
2004 Shenandoah High Point Mountain Horse
Northeast Regional Grand Champion - 2004 Northeast Gaited Horse Show
2005 Southeast Open Classic High Point Award
World Champion in our hearts as well for all of the hours of pleasure riding and contentment just watching him in our fields.
In the spring-fall months Chey looks like we had him oiled. His conformation and gait are typey of the mountain horse and we feel blessed to have him as part of our family. We are also very proud that Chey was one of the Rocky Mountain Horses chosen for the RMH 2011 brochure.
17 years old -Extremely long and flowing mane (2.5-3 feet )
Cheyenne is certified to have Clear eyes -
Cheyenne is a kind gentle stallion that passes these attributes on to his get.
|We raised Cheyenne from birth. Here is a photo of Cheyenne at 3 months with his Dam, Hope Spring's Pepper. Surprising that he turned black isn't it?|
Cheyenne was our first Rocky Mountain Horse AND our first ever foal! God blessed us with an easy going colt that was willing to take instruction from a couple of "green horns". Cheyenne was shown for the first time in October 2003 at the Plantation Classic in Dillsburg and placed first or second in all of the classes in which we entered him, taking a first place in the first class he had ever shown! He also won the championship trail pleasure at the MATWA show in April 2004. We continued his show career in 2004 successfully through 2006 and some during the spring of 2008 where he placed first and second in his classes even after a year break in training. Cheyenne has performed well in various show seasons placing first in many of his classes (even with me an amateur) riding him. One of Cheyenne's offspring DBLCRKs Jacob Hidden Treasure went on to the show ring in his fathers footsteps and was well on the way in his career as a trail pleasure champion when he was purchased and now just enjoys riding the trails, showing the versatility of Cheyenne's get. If you want an excellent foal for show or tail with the willingness and loving temperament, Cheyenne is the sire that will put you well on your way. We have now retired Cheyenne from the show ring and ride him out on the trail or just adnire him throughout our daily routine.
Cheyenne comes from very good bloodlines; tracing back to Chocolate Venture , Classic Farm's Dock and 3X Tobe. Johnson's Toby bloodlines can be found on the Dam's side. He is black with three white socks and has an excellent temperament and gait. He has the classic 4 beat gait the Rockies are known for and is one of the smoothest rides we have ever had on any horse! Cheyenne also has an extremely long flowing mane that grows very quickly. He has passed this trait on a number of his offspring as well.
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Cheyenne also passes his gliding gait to his foals. He is available for breeding at a stud fee of $350.00 plus $9.00 a day mare care. He is normal eyed (aa) and is a real gentlemen with the ladies. We also offer AI for the price of the stud fee indicated above plus transportation, collection and shipping fees.
Discount available for multiple bookings or early bookings for 2015 through 03/15/2015. (Live Foal Guarantee)
We also have one Cheyenne foals coming October 2014 Please visit our Horses for Sale page for these offerings.
If you are interested e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 304-874-4355 or 304-616-2654. Just ask for Georgia or Kenny Ray. We would be more than happy to answer any questions you have about our horses or the breed. Or better yet come visit us and see just what a Rocky Mountain Horse is meant to be.