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|Lee Eyed is a 2001 Palomino Stallion. He was shown and proven in Nebraska from late 2004 to
mid 2005 where he qualified for the World competitions, as well as earned points in many different
disciplines. His achievements include - 2005 World Qualified Jr. Heading and 2005 World
Qualified Jr. Heeling, as well as 2005 Superior Dally Team Roping Heeling horse. He earned his
Performance ROM in the same year. He earned 83 total performance points (July 2005) in the
short time he was showing. He earned points in Dally Heeling, Dally Heading, Tie Rope and
Halter. His intelligence and disposition made him one of the nicest horses to be on. He just knew
what he had to do, and loved going to work.
I purchased Lee Eyed sight unseen from the Pitzer Ranch in Nebraska as a young colt for the
outstanding pedigree and breeding that he had. When I went to pick him up, he had not yet been
handled and was a big strong yearling by that time. In a very short amount of time, it was obvious
this horse had brains with the way he allowed us to work with him. Not liking us much, but being
some what cooperative, we put a halter on him for the first time. Upon returning home with him, he
has matured into a beautiful stallion with a gentle and good natured disposition to compliment his
Lee is sired by Two Eyed Red Buck who has 29.5 halter points and 241.5 performance points
(2004). He was an AQHA Champion in 1996 along with being a Superior Header and Heeler that
same year, 4th Place High Point Jr. Heeler, 2nd Place high Point Jr. Header, High Point Heading
stallion, and 3rd Place All Around High Point Jr. Horse. In 1997 he was 9th Place World Show
Aged Stallion and 9th Place High Point Sr. Halter Stallion. In 1998 he qualified for the World Show
in Heading and Heeling. His dam, Rosalee Joe Jacks first two foals have been to the World ROM's
and doing very well. The next dam Rosalee Jackie has four full siblings who are AQHA Champions.
Lee is performing beautifully and is showing all of the promise his pedigree produces.
We look forward to continuing with the breeding program we have established. We
encourage all of you that purchase one of our foals to truly find out what you have and
enjoy them, both at work and play!
|This year's sale date:
September 15, 2017
Spanish Fork Fair Grounds
at 5:00 p.m.
at 7:00 p.m.