International Champagne Horse Registry

Dannys Pride of Princess S


Danny's Pride of Princess S. ("Lobo")

1991 Missouri Foxtrotter stallion
Gold Champagne 


Sorry, he is no longer being offered to outside mares, but you might be able to get one of his foals from his owner's own mares:

Zorro Farms
Linda Vishino
1595 Denmark Road
Union, Mo. 63084
Zorro Farms

ICHR # FT1991-0050  ;   MFT # 91-37996     

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Lobo is a direct son of the legendary DANNY JOE W. Danny Joe W. was the World Grand Champion Performance and Model horse in 1967. Lobo stands 15.1 and weighs 1100 pounds. He has a beautiful head, excellent conformation and a gentle disposition. This combination makes him a joy to work with. Lobo's offspring inherit these qualities and are very gentle, sensible and trainable. Lobo excels in versatility, ranch work, and has the body and color to make heads turn.  He exhibits a natural, comfortable foxtrot and is a top producer of natural foxtrotting babies.

Live cover,   $400.  Mare care $7 day dry; $10 day with foal. 
"Collection fees average $175.00; Shipping varies per location. 
See our website for AI information."

Some previous foals of his:

Danney's Dream on V - r.jpg (59344 bytes)Danney's Dream On V., Amber Missouri Foxtrotter filly.  She's #0051 in our online stud book and her sire is  #0050, Danny's Pride of Princess-S ("Lobo").  Click here to see her full PEDIGREE.

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Classic Champagne Sparkle, ICHR #0058.  2001 MFT filly by Danny's Pride of Princess-S ("Lobo"). Owned by Myrna Warfel of Missouri.

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