2007 Chestnut Stallion (Flaxen)
We had no intention of having another chestnut stallion, but this boy was too nice to geld. He is very substantial horse, with excellent bone and feet, a long hip, nice head and heavy neck. He stands 15.3 hands, and has the size and action to produce phenomenal sport horses. On top of that, add the heavy silver flaxen mane and tail!
His dam is a Lambert/Waer mare we had, Mantle Tiara Rose, now owned by Trailblazer Morgans. His sire was Coal Creek Dallas, now deceased, a son of Casual Sir Jackson and a beautiful 15.3 hand chestnut, with wonderful bone and a beautiful head.
Ranger’s first foals hit the ground in 2012, and he sure did not disappoint. Both foals are big, substantial and extremely leggy. If you are looking for a stallion to put bone, size and action on your mare, look no further than Ranger.