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Lukkhe has amazing movement and has tons of power in each stride. He transitions are so smooth! May carry the sabino gene. His dam does. My Lukkhe Starr is an amazing mover with tons of presence and power. He is a very athletic boy with an amazing temperament. Lukkhe has many champions in his pedigree including the great Khemosabi, one of the most outstanding and treasured Arabian stallions in America. His charisma and breathtaking beauty have earned him a worldwide fan club as well as double National Championships in halter and performance in the U.S. and Canada. Khemosabi went on to win four IAHA achievement awards including the Legion of Masters. Lukkhe also goes back to the great stallions Magic Dream (US top 10 halter stallion) and Bajdak (1962 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion, 1971 and 1972 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion, 1972 U.S. National Top Ten Stallion). Lukkhe goes back to the legendary Bask through Magic Dream CAHR. His dam, The Dreamspinner is out of an Ariston son, Aristo Kossak. Lukkhe's grandsire, Chamus, was an outstanding showhorse winning a top 10 in Halter as well as Many Regional titles in both Halter and Western Pleasure. He was a perfect example of Gainey Breeding at its best. Chamus was sired by Nelcrest Champagn+ who in the year before his untimely death brought home such sought after honors as Canadian Reserve National Halter Champion and US top ten (third) halter stallion. Nelcrest Champagn held over 20 Most classic titles as well as having wins in Driving and English Pleasure. This rare Gainey line is known to produce top quality broodmares as well as adding type and quality. Lukkhe's Maternal grandsire, Nodoubtaboutit sired by Khemosabi out of a National Champion Mare, has a Multi-Class 'A' Championships in Western Pleasure & Halter as well as an Intermountain High Point Western Pleasure Championship. He also was a Reserve High Point Stallion.
Lukkhe has trot to burn and has tons of power in each stride. His has easy transitions and a good stop. Lukkhe has a long beautiful neck and great shoulder assembly. He has good build but still looks refined. Hasn't finished growing and will be a good sized boy when he is grown. Currently stands around 15.1 hds. Lukkhe will make a great cross with Arabians, Sport Horses and Warm bloods. He will be taken to a Trakehner inspection in 2010 and possibly an RSPI and Canadian Sport Horse Inspection.
Watch for Lukkhe in local shows this year. He will be hitting the show circuit and starting his career with Reining. After some more training he will move onto Dressage and some jumper events. This athletic boy can do it all. He has the heart and desire to show everyone what he's got! Lukkhe's first foal is due April 4th, 2010.
Lukkhe's introductory stud fee is $600 Arabs and Thoroughbreds and $500 all breeds, part breds and grade mares plus $6 a day mare care. Stud fee includes $150 booking fee and comes with a Live foal guarantee. Which means I will breed him back for the cost of mare care only, till you get a foal. Even out of a different mare if needed. He can be hand breed or pasture breed. Has a great laid back personality and is great with foals! Multiply Mare discount, Proven Mare discount and Pony Club Member Discount. Live Cover only at this time but will look into shipped if someone is interested.