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RocketPilot
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2018-09-07 6:17 PM (#7407442 - in reply to #7407431)
Subject: RE: Streakin Six



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cranky B4 10am - 2018-09-07 2:46 PM
della - 2018-09-07 1:56 PM
stayceem - 2018-09-07 10:17 AM
mandita8907 - 2018-09-07 8:56 AM
stayceem - 2018-09-06 4:53 PM Love Streakin Six! And yes crossed on Dash for Cash is hard to beat. I am hoping to breed one day to a stud as close to Streakin Six as I can!!!
Look into this stud. I have one of his babies out of a shawnee bug mare and she is amazing https://www.facebook.com/El-Scorcho-328092610718397/
I have actually talked to the owner from here! I don't think he will still be breeding when I am ready but he would be at the top of my list if he was!!!!
He has a son that is standing if you miss out on Scorcho, I cant recall who owns him at the moment Jennifer would know though.
Not sure if Jen is still standing Scorcho to the public. But here is the son that I think Della was talking about. 

 Love this guy.
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Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2018-09-07 10:20 PM (#7407452 - in reply to #7407442)
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He sired 2 World Champions. Cruiser and Stitch. Owned one and was the best horse ever. They are harder to find. I would snatch one up.
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-09-08 9:25 AM (#7407464 - in reply to #7407328)
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Posting this for Chander's Mom...
Streakin Six/DFC grandson. 
 




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Chandler's Mom
Reg. Jan 2015
Posted 2018-09-08 3:47 PM (#7407475 - in reply to #7407464)
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Southtxponygirl - 2018-09-08 9:25 AM

Posting this for Chander's Mom...
Streakin Six/DFC grandson. 
 

The year after I bought Dan, I went looking for another horse--and I needed one just like Dan. . . Dead broke, kid's horse and "Debra proof". We went to Ft Smith to look at Faci and found a 16.3, 5 year old, giant of a horse! My (horse expert) friends were thinking young horse plus green rider equals bad idea. But Beck rode him first and told me she thought I should try him; they led him to a dually tailgate and I climbed aboard--you would have thought this was the only way he had ever been mounted. I bought him about 2 months later, and he was my second horse blessing after my wreck.

I've had barrel racers try to buy him, and I've been told he was wasted by not running barrels. No, not true. He fulfilled his purpose by taking care of me, being that big shoulder I needed during an awful divorce, and carrying me around the farm, up the mountains, and in arenas. . . . I've seen him flat out fly, but y'all already know horses bred this way can run. I just wanted to add that they can also be sweet and calm; Faci can be a little sensitive to his surroundings at times, but my big guy is a treasure to me. One of Chan's non-horsey friends has been riding him lately around the farm, and he looked petrified at first! But Faci just plods around cause he knows who's on him. He's 23 this year, and I pray I have many more years with him.
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jbhoot
Reg. Jan 2010
Posted 2018-09-08 4:38 PM (#7407478 - in reply to #7407439)
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Southtxponygirl - 2018-09-07 4:07 PM

Streakin Six was a very classy looking stallion  
The 2018 Breeding fee on these AQHA Hall Of Fame Stallions, Special Effort and Streakin Six {Limited semen avilable} will be 3,500 to approved mares and to be bred by the ICSI procedure only. Go to www.InFoal-Inc.com for details. 
Four Sixes Ranch office 855-674-6773 call for breeding contracts. 
I thought some of you might be interested in this. 

He has always been my go to bloodline. If I had the money and could flush an egg out of Famous Silk Panties I would take the 6666 up on that.
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-09-08 9:55 PM (#7407489 - in reply to #7407478)
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jbhoot - 2018-09-08 4:38 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2018-09-07 4:07 PM Streakin Six was a very classy looking stallion  
The 2018 Breeding fee on these AQHA Hall Of Fame Stallions, Special Effort and Streakin Six {Limited semen avilable} will be 3,500 to approved mares and to be bred by the ICSI procedure only. Go to www.InFoal-Inc.com for details. 
Four Sixes Ranch office 855-674-6773 call for breeding contracts. 
I thought some of you might be interested in this. 
He has always been my go to bloodline. If I had the money and could flush an egg out of Famous Silk Panties I would take the 6666 up on that.
LOL, I think the Streakin Six's bred horses are da bomb, if I were younger I would have loved to have my Firewater Flit mare bred, Jennifer offter to breed her to El Scorcho, but a baby takes a lot of energy to raise, break, and train and I'm passed that stage in life, LOL. I hope a few BB's will take the 6666's up on that offer, I would love to follow and watch how it all comes into place. Rick {1d Soon} or Spencer {Whiteboy}  please take up the offer that the 6666's is offering I want to watch that baby grow up, I know you guys have the mare power 

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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-09-08 10:05 PM (#7407491 - in reply to #7407475)
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Chandler's Mom - 2018-09-08 3:47 PM
Southtxponygirl - 2018-09-08 9:25 AM Posting this for Chander's Mom...

Streakin Six/DFC grandson. 

 
The year after I bought Dan, I went looking for another horse--and I needed one just like Dan. . . Dead broke, kid's horse and "Debra proof". We went to Ft Smith to look at Faci and found a 16.3, 5 year old, giant of a horse! My (horse expert) friends were thinking young horse plus green rider equals bad idea. But Beck rode him first and told me she thought I should try him; they led him to a dually tailgate and I climbed aboard--you would have thought this was the only way he had ever been mounted. I bought him about 2 months later, and he was my second horse blessing after my wreck. I've had barrel racers try to buy him, and I've been told he was wasted by not running barrels. No, not true. He fulfilled his purpose by taking care of me, being that big shoulder I needed during an awful divorce, and carrying me around the farm, up the mountains, and in arenas. . . . I've seen him flat out fly, but y'all already know horses bred this way can run. I just wanted to add that they can also be sweet and calm; Faci can be a little sensitive to his surroundings at times, but my big guy is a treasure to me. One of Chan's non-horsey friends has been riding him lately around the farm, and he looked petrified at first! But Faci just plods around cause he knows who's on him. He's 23 this year, and I pray I have many more years with him.

The SS horses that I have ever been around and have had are very kind/sweet hearted.  
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Buckle Bunny
Reg. Jan 2004
Posted 2018-09-12 7:11 PM (#7407826 - in reply to #7407328)
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I have a own son of Streakin Six that I bought from Charmayne 2 years ago. He is a sweetheart and this year he had his first foal crop for us and a few clients. So far we are very happy with the sweet kind dispositions of the babies not to mention they are all built well with good bone.
His name is Always Sixes.
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Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2018-09-13 7:49 PM (#7407876 - in reply to #7407826)
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Buckle Bunny - 2018-09-12 5:11 PM

I have a own son of Streakin Six that I bought from Charmayne 2 years ago. He is a sweetheart and this year he had his first foal crop for us and a few clients. So far we are very happy with the sweet kind dispositions of the babies not to mention they are all built well with good bone.
His name is Always Sixes.

I loved him!
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Fancie_That_Chrome_
Reg. Mar 2012
Posted 2018-09-14 1:46 PM (#7407928 - in reply to #7407328)
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A Streak of FLing out of my daughter of Pritzi Dash
so forgiving, FAST.\, powerful movement.... going to breed the dam for a 3/4s sibling this spring


Pictured as a 2 year old on the grass.
and a 3 year old at the trainers this summer

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CrossCreek
Reg. Mar 2007
Posted 2018-09-17 8:09 AM (#7408047 - in reply to #7407365)
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BigMomma - 2018-09-06 10:39 PM

I had a daughter of Streakin Six out of a Moon Lark mare. I was blessed to get 4 babies out of her. They are all very athletic, smart, and willing. They can be a little hot and feisty if they get frustrated or anxious but they all have a HUGE heart. Mine have been late maturing as well but that is okay, I am not in a hurry. They have good bone and are very gritty.

Re crossing on Moon Lark: you could be describing my 4 yo gelding a grandson of FG on top... he’s late maturing, can hit pi**y or anxious if frustrated, great bone. For a long time it seemed he “didn’t want to be a barrel horse”. But he’s athletic as heck, and seems to be getting more consistent, finally, though he will still throw you a curve ball, occasionally. Do you think this could be the Moon Lark in him? Supposedly the FG stud he’s out of produces easily trainable colts. This one was slower n stubborn...?
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Hudley_SK
Reg. Sep 2010
Posted 2018-09-24 4:01 PM (#7408739 - in reply to #7407328)
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I love mine! He is super broke and so quiet! I can and do put anyone on him he is so so kind! The previous owner kept him as a stud until he was 9 and then gelded. I bought him at 11yrs old and you would never know other than if you pasture him with mares and geldings he gets pretty protective with the mares. Rides around so nice and is flashy! I've had quite a few people ask to buy him and although we butt heads in the barrel pen some days it's just so hard to get rid of a horse like him, so so nice to be around. Great mind and just wants to be loved on!

https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/oks+streakin+shooter

I actually just picked up another gelding of the track that goes back to SS as well but a bit further and on the dams side. Pretty darn excited about him too!
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