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Generator's Hurricane

Tennessee Walking Horse 
Gold Champagne

TWHBEA # 20003483; KMSHA #2003051;
ICHR # TW2000-0215
PEDIGREE 

Standing at: 

Lone Oak Farm 
Valerie Kleinheitz & Glynn Johnson 
5881 Russell Cave Road 
Lexington, KY 40511 

Phone: (859) 299-1449 
e-mail: val@jnkspots.com  
web site: www.jnkspots.com

Normally advertised stud fee: $250 (auction starts at 1/2 of this fee)

Generator's Hurricane is our Gold Champagne stallion standing in Lexington, KY. His foals are naturally gaited, smooth, sane and correct. A pretty head and ear set off these talented champagne colts. Three of his wonderful colts are under saddle and winning in their divisions, while 4 of his youngsters showed at the KMSHA International in hand taking home way more Trophys than expected. GH is registered TWHBEA, KMSHA and ICHR. He is also nominated to the KMSHA Futurity for both 2006 and 2007. Stud fee is $250 LFG with 12 month return privileges.

Stud fee: $250 
Live cover only, no AI. 
Mare care $7/day dry, $9/day wet. 
Live foal guarantee = Stands and nurses. 

Here are some pictures of his foals:

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