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Reg. Jan 2010
Posted 2019-11-08 5:31 PM
Subject: Streaking Ta Fame

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Posts: 730

How is everyone liking there colts by him? I'm considering crossing him on a cow bred mare I have. She is Smart Chic Olena and Peppy San Badger bred. I like the stud but couldn't find much on what all his get have done.

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Liana D
Reg. Sep 2008
Posted 2019-11-08 7:16 PM
Subject: RE: Streaking Ta Fame

Defense Attorney for The Horse

Location: Claremore, OK

I've started a few. I haven't had any out of cow bred mares. Every one I've had has been super good minded and very athletic. They were pretty and a pleasure to be around. There are several of his babies that have done well running barrels.

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Reg. Mar 2005
Posted 2019-11-11 4:25 PM
Subject: RE: Streaking Ta Fame

You get what you give

Posts: 12911
Location: Texas

I really like the long yearling I have by STF.  He is out of a daughter of Jet of Honor, who has some cow lines on the bottom of her papers. Can't wait to start him in the spring. 

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Reg. Nov 2015
Posted 2019-11-12 10:30 AM
Subject: RE: Streaking Ta Fame

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Posts: 574


Aside from being smaller than I wanted, I LOVE this mare. She is smart and willing and athletic. She tries her absolute hardest to be good in every thing you ask of her. That was the first thing the colt starter told me about her. "She want's to be good and tries to do exactly what you're asking of her the 1st time." If I could make her 15.2 instead of 14.2, I would keep her forever. But her mama was 14hh on a good day, so I knew I was taking a chance on that. I absolutely want another! 


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Reg. Mar 2012
Posted 2019-11-12 2:15 PM
Subject: RE: Streaking Ta Fame


Posts: 1229
Location: Royal J Performance Horses, AZ

LOVE the ones ive had. Ive bred to him 3 seperate times all on different mares. (one is cooking right now out of a cwobred mare finally)


=Bay colt, big, really correct, flashy and FAST, he sold to a futurity home in CA im excited to watch him run in a year or so.



Big sorrel filly, beautifully built, TONS of speed, sweet and easy to handle, a little exciteable but had a good mind about her.



this is the one i have cooking now


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Reg. Aug 2010
Posted 2019-11-13 12:29 PM
Subject: RE: Streaking Ta Fame

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Posts: 385
Location: The Lone Star State

Love Love love mine! she coming 4 and is a freak of nature!  like I think someone has been sneaking into my barn at night and training her because she is such a natural.  She is pretty high strung and spooky but nothing that I hadn't already delt with when I trained her Mama.  Im holding her to 5 yo futurities because I think she could get on the muscle pretty easy.  But she has so much talent and catty omg I hope I can stay with her! Her Mama was an Own daughter of Dash for Perks out of a Sugar Bars/Leo mare.  

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