IM RADICALLY DUN
2010 Buckskin Colt
March 2, 2010 - December, 2011
Levi passed away after an accident at the vet hospital while he was getting castrated. He was a stunning buckskin colt out of a World Champion producing dam, and by Dont Skip Zip. He was exceptional in every single way. His full brother, Lance, can be seen in the Foals of 2008. One half sister maternally to this boy is a WORLD CHAMPION in 2 year old Western Pleasure (ABRA) and is already a multiple point earner and major futurity winner, and another half sister placed top 3 multiple times at buckskin worlds and is an AQHA point earner in WP.
Photos above taken on October 6th, 2011. Pictured below at one week old.
2001 Sorrel AQHA Mare
March 18, 2001 to May 25, 2008
Oak Hill Farm’s great broodmare, Reba, passed away as a result of a colic on Memorial Day weekend. Reba was by the late, ZIPPOS OLD GOLD who is the sire of over 70 Superiors and 210 ROMS. His get have earned over 14,500 AQHA points. Her dam, Tribecca, is a Congress Top 15 producer in Western Pleasure, as well as a multiple ROM producer, and her grand-dam - Charisma Red - is also a multiple ROM producer that has been on AQHA's Leading Broodmare's list producing a top ten World Champion and Reserve Congress Champion. Reba has the typical "Old Gold" disposition and world-class movement, and these traits have been passed on to all of her foals. Photo at top left with 2004 The Zippo filly, photo at right in July, 2005.
Her foals include:
THE ART INVESTOR
2004 Sorrel AQHA Gelding
April 4, 2004 to June 28, 2007
Chester was injured while in training and was humanely euthanized. He was a stunning 16.1 hand gelding that was ready to take to the shows and WIN! Chester wanted nothing more than to please you, and he will be greatly missed at Oak Hill Farms. A special thanks to Trainer Alisa Breedlove of Georgia for all their help, hard work and dedication to Chester during his last year. Top photos taken in May, 2007. Photo below taken in 2004..
Oak Hill Farm’s “Best Friend” JACK passed
away Saturday, March 31, 2007 of a sudden heart attack. He was 4 years and 1
month old. Anyone who met Jack knew that he lived life to the fullest. He
loved chasing cats, running with the horses down the fence line, eating (his
favorite past-time) and laying in his personal pool during spring/summer.
Nothing was done in slow-motion by Jack!
GOLD SUMMER FLOWER "Summer"
1982 Palomino AQHA/PHBA Mare
Gold Summer Flower was the cornerstone of
my broodmare band joining my family over 13 years ago. She had a kind and
trusting spirit, was a wonderful mother to her offspring, and was a trusted
friend to me. Over the last 14 years of her life Summer gradually lost her
sight and lived the last 5 years 100% blind. Summer’s pasture mate during
her time with my family was Dessau Dolly; Dolly served as her “seeing eye
companion” and they were inseparable for the past 13 years. Due to
increasing issues with her advancing age, Summer was euthanized on March 21.
She will be greatly missed by her family here at Oak Hill Farms.
Dun In Old Gold
2004 Buckskin AQHA, ABRA and IBHA Colt
April 10, 2004 to June 27, 2006
Tommy was a stunning buckskin colt out of a proven cross. His full brother was Reserve Champion at the N.S.B.A. futurity at the buckskin worlds as a yearling, and WORLD & RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION as a 2-year-old. This one-of-a-kind colt was in training for the 2-year-old futurities when he suffered a severe bought of colic thought to have been brought on my the heat wave that hit Texas in the summer of 2006. The Buckskin Association lost a potential point-earning prospect as well as a great junior stallion with the loss of this well-bred colt. Tommy will be greatly missed. Photos above taken in April, 2006 - photos below just after birth.
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