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Old 08-12-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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Georgeous QH Weanling colt for sale
Sire: Coliban Rusty
Rules Dam: Seeking The Rules

This sorrell colt is a double cross of Rule Breakin blood who was renowed for his versatility in all events. This colt has it all, pretty head, huge hip, straight legs and oozes personality. He will certainly make his mark in the halter ring.
Availbe upon weaning, has been nominated for The Western Classics Futurity 2011.
He will be an all round versatile horse, show now and ride later.

Priced to sell at $4,500


His 1/2 siblings have won all the major futurities in WA for 2010, all have major Championship awards, Supreme Champions and versatility in lunge-line, trail and halter. A great opportunity to secure your next super star. Should mature approx 15h.

Check out the showing page at
Yarrabah Quarter Horses- home of Coliban Rusty Rules for the babies by our stud Coliban Rusty Rules.

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Old 09-12-2010, 05:57 PM   #2
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Rule Breakin's are great versitile horses! And you have a double cross of RB in your boy! Good luck with the sale.
Do you think he will go dark, Zoo?
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Hi Lena thank you Actually he looks real liver at the moment but then that could be cos of high protein levels from mums milk.

This boy is being weaned off this week and will be available mid January, he will be taught to tie up, lead, have feet trimmed, wormed, branded and DNA parentage verification and registered AQHA.

Rule Breakin was not in Australia long before his sad passing and he eft some awesome babies on the ground who have all been very versatile. Rule Breakin - Reference Sire Pedigree

Lena you are lucky enough to own an own daughter of him and she is such a beautiful mare. Maybe one day you will let me use Ruler to breed from what do you think? hehehe or am I pushing the friendship boundaries

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Now that is not fair Sue. He has the same face markings as my old Boy.

My wish list just keeps getting longer lol.
If he is anything like my Boyero he will be really special.
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Now that is not fair Sue. He has the same face markings as my old Boy.

My wish list just keeps getting longer lol.
If he is anything like my Boyero he will be really special.
Are you buying lotto tickets SM?
You have to be in it to win it!
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waiting for the right moment to buy one lol. The timing has to be perfect as there is only going to be the one winning ticket and it's going to be mine all mine lol.
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waiting for the right moment to buy one lol. The timing has to be perfect as there is only going to be the one winning ticket and it's going to be mine all mine lol.

Lotto this weekend lol

Well the boy was weaned tonight, mum doesn't give a rats and he's finished his tea and now munching his hay. Will be ready to go mid January. He will be taught to tie up, lead, feet done and will be wormed and gelded.

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Lotto this weekend lol

Well the boy was weaned tonight, mum doesn't give a rats and he's finished his tea and now munching his hay. Will be ready to go mid January. He will be taught to tie up, lead, feet done and will be wormed and gelded.

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how long does it take you before they are ready to go?
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how long does it take you before they are ready to go?
I like to give them at least 4 weeks. Already he is happy eating all his hard feed and getting through his hay. Taken everthinkg in his stride about being weaned off. Would be the easiest babies this year I reckon

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