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ABOVE PICTURE IS OF SHASTA, PRINCES HALF SISTER WHO
WILL BE TURNING 5 THIS SPRING 2013.  WE SOLD HER TO OUR
VET, AND SHE IS HEADED TOWARDS SOME SHOWING.  THIS
PICTURE I TOOK END OF SUMMER 2010, AT OUR VETS.  AS YOU
CAN SEE THIS LINE OF BREEDING, REALLY THROWS SOME
AWESOME LOOKING HORSES, BUT MORE THEN ANYTHING,
THEY HAVE THE MOST LAID BACK DISPOSITIONS EVER,
WHICH IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US AT DESIBAR RANCH.  
SHASTA IS NOW ALL BROKE OUT, AND DOING GOOD, WE ARE
PLEASED, THANKS TO DR. PHIL AND HIS WIFE PAT.
THE ABOVE TWO PICS, ARE A HALF BROTHER TO PRINCE, TAKEN HERE
AT DESIBAR RANCH.  WE SOLD HIM TO A NICE COUPLE, IN NEBRASKA,
WHEN HE WAS A COMING YEARLING,  HE WAS GORGEOUS, AND ALSO
HAD THAT LAID BACK PERSONALITY.  HE  WILL BE 5 THIS 2013. THEY ARE
ALSO
HALF SIBLINGS TO THE AQHA PALOMINO FILLY FOR SALE, UNDER
WEANLINGS
LOOK HOW GOLD THEY GOT, WEANLING IVORY WILL TOO.
ABOVE IS A PIC OF DBRSKIPSCOWBOYPRINCE, OUR DUNALINO/ PALOMINO  YEARLING, IN
THIS 2011 PICTURE.  WE HAVE DECIDED TO KEEP THIS NICE GELDING, AND SEE HOW HE
TURNS OUT IN 2013,
WE ARE DISPERSING EVERYTHING ELSE BUT OUR PRIVATE/PERSONAL
RIDING HORSES THAT ARE UNDER GELDINGS,
THOSE GELDINGS AND MARES ARE NOT
FOR SALE.
  WE HAVE HAD SO MANY PALYS AND EVERYONE, ALWAYS SEEMED TO WANT
TO PURCHASE THEM, SO WE HAVE DECIDED TO KEEP PRINCE, HE IS JUST SUCH A LAID
BACK WONDERFUL GELDING, TO WORK WITH, JUST LIKE HIS SIBLINGS. OUR AQHA
GELDING, PRINCE HAS THE DUN DILUTION, HE DOES HAVE THE DORSAL DOWN HIS  BACK,
AND VERY NOTICEABLE.  GOLD GOLD IN COLOR, AND LEG BARRING, IT IS NOTED ON HIS
REGISTRATION PAPERS, ALSO, HE IS A DUNALINO!! ALL PRINCES SIBLINGS ALWAYS SELL
FIRST, OUT OF HIS SIRE. LOOK AT HIS DAM THOUGH, AND HER LEG BARRING!
SKIPA ST. GOLD IN THE ABOVE PICTURE, IS THE SIRE OF
OUR YEARLING GELDING,
DBR SKIPS COWBOY PRINCE,
AND HIS SIBLINGS PICTURED HERE.  HE IS A MUSCLED
WELL BUILT, PUT TOGETHER STUD.  HE HAS A AWESOME
DISPOSITION, WHICH HE THROWS TO HIS OFFSPRING,
JUST A LAID BACK, WELL BRED, POPULAR GOLDEN
PALOMINO COLOR. PROUDLY OWNED BY TIM THUENTE,
AND HIS WIFE, OF DECORAH, IOWA
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SKIPA ST. GOLD, SIRE TO PRINCE
MORE PICS OF DBR COWBOYS PRINCE
DOWN BELOW OF OLDER ON DOWN!
DAM: QUEEN OF COWBOYS ABOVE
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LOOK AT THAT MAJOR LEG
BARRING ON
DBRSKIPSCOWBOYPRINCE'S DAM.
WE LOVE SEEING THAT.  THAT IS
WHERE PRINCE GETS HIS
DUNALINO,
HE CARRIES THE DUN FACTOR.
THE FIRST FOUR PICS BELOW,
ARE OF PRINCE, WHEN HE WAS A
WEANLING.  HE IS MATURING
QUITE NICELY, AND HAS HIS
DORSAL STRIPE, AND LEG
BARRING LIKE HIS DAM.  THIS
BOY LOVES TO RUN!!!!!!  HE IS
GOING TO MAKE A GREAT SPEED
EVENT GELDING, OR RANCH
EVENTS, CHECK OUT HIS
PEDIGREE.
REAR END ON PRINCE, CORRECT CONFORMATION,
NICE STRAIGHT LEGS ON THIS BEAUTIFULGOLD
GOLD, PALOMINO/DUNALINO GELDING 2010
YEARLING.  PRINCE HAS A GORGEOUS, SNOW  
WHITE SUPER LONG MANE, AND FORELOCK, JUST
SETS HIM OFF.  THIS BOY IS BRED/BEAUTY, AND
MOST OF ALL, DISPOSITION, AND ALWAYS UTD ON
VACCINATIONS, AND FARRIER WORK, UTD FOR
2013.  WORMING ALWAYS DONE.
WE HAVE A HALF
SISTER 2012, WEANLING, COMING YEARLING, AQHA
FILLY PALOMINO, TO PRINCE,
SOLD NOW TO OHIO.
ALSO A RED DUN FILLY SIBLING, SOLD TO FLORIDA,
THIS YEAR, 2013, THEY ALWAYS SELL FAST.
PICS BELOW ARE OF PRINCE AS A 2
YEAR OLD, DUNALINO, HE DOES
CARRY THE DUN FACTOR, ON HIS
PAPERS, AS HIS DAM IS BIG TIME
DUN FACTORED.  PRINCE HAS THE
DORSAL STRIPE, AND LEG BARRING
DORSAL STRIPE DOWN BACK, MAKING PRINCE A
DUNALINO, HE CARRIES THE DUN FACTOR
This boy got taller then we thought, compared to his siblings~!  I raised
him, as all the others from weanlings, so I really want him going to the
trainers this 2013. He is just so laid back and that is what I need right
now, with this chronic pain.   We usually take 2, to the trainers, but no
more, can't keep up, so we are cutting back on our horses, except
 
PRIVATE RIDING HORSES, which are listed under geldings, the
mares and geldings on that page are NOT FOR SALE!
THEY ARE
OUR BROKE RIDERS.  So view our site, and see if there is anything
you like,  and it isn't easy, as in, it is hard to part with them as I raised
them, and have had them from weanlings on up.  We don't think you can
be disappointed in what we have, they are all ready to start your way,
Our 2 year olds are sold now.   Chronic Pain has led us to just cut our
numbers down, we still will have horses, but it is a lot, we had 20, I am
down to 8!!! Easier.
My horses are not just something standing in a pasture, they are part of
my family, they are loved, yet disciplined, Letting them go early this
year, is something we just don't do, Starting February/ spring,  When it
gets cold and windy, I want to make sure they are taken care of as they
always have, shelter and good hay/grain, so that is why I keep them
through winter, and so enjoy teaching them, also.
If you cannot feed a
horse, please don't purchase, alot of new people to horses, don't realize
it is the hay and grain that costs, doesn't matter wht you pay for the
horse, it is what you keep have to paying for the hay, shavings, straw,
grain, and vet bills, please remember this, we appreciate it.  Taking care
of a horse is not just a one time visit from the vet, you have to keep up
and take care of them for life, it is a lot of work and money but you also
appreciate it, if you keep up with it and do it correctly. Then its FUN!
Prince our beautiful dunalino above. He is ready to train this year 2013,
as he will be three.  He won't be broke till 2014, pics below june 2013
PRINCE IN PASTURE, JUNE
3RD 2013, HE SAYS AT LAST!!!
HE IS JUST 3 IN THIS PICTURE
PRINCE JUNE 3RD 2013, IN
PASTURE, ENJOYING IT
PRINCE JUNE 4TH IN PASTURE
2013, HE IS NOW JUST 3.  
GORGEOUS DUNALINO
PRINCE IN PASTURE AGAIN JUNE 3RD 2013, 3 YEARS
OLD, LOOK WHAT GOOD SHAPE HE IS IN!
Prince in barn,
late june, 2013.
Prince in pasture again, June, 2013, this boy is
the real thing, color/build/and more importantly,
DISPOSITION OF GOLD, HIS COLOR!
We pray that this gorgeous dunalino is being taken
care of in his new home.  He was taken so good care
of fed really well here, so he stayed filled out.  If you
cannot afford to feed your horses, and especially
through winter times, please don't purchase or take
any, as we have just seen much too often people think
they get the horses free, but it is the feed that cost the
most on all horses. This is for anyone, think first.
Prince is sold, we just hope
he has a good home, we had
him 3 years.  Gorgeous boy