Lark is a flashy guy with a unique personality, powerful floating gaits, and a stunning expression. His sire, Larks Overtime, is sired by Rugged Lark. Rugged Lark took the Superhorse Title as junior in 1985 crossing over from Western to English disciplines, and he won it again in 1987. His foals "Look who's Larkin" and "Lark Ascending" also won the Super Horse Title, then in 93' Regal Lark won the Reserve Super Horse. Visit http://www.bobettfarm.com to learn more about Rugged Lark.
Lark's Cherokee Pyro possess's the classic conformation of his sires. Lark is a very well proportioned stallion, and the perfect combination of correct conformation, athletiscism, and balance. He has a superb look with his big bold eyes, large nostrils, nice tippy ears, muscular jawline, short muzzle, and a clean throatlatch.
The slope of his shoulder and sound legs gives him the smooth flowing gaits that he portrays. Lark engages his hindquarters with ease, and reaches out in the front end with a nice flat trot. Lark is extremely soft in the mouth, and he flexes to each side very easily. He flexes at the poll, breaks at the withers with ease, yields to leg pressure, moves out with his shoulder when cued, side-passes, pivots on his hindquarters, pivots on the front end, and transitions into his gaits effortlessly.
Fortunately, his personality goes with his looks. He has a lot of manners around the ladies. He does not squeal, prance, act frantic, or act like a STUD. I am very grateful that he shows great training attitude, has a strong will to learn, and he is a very quick learner with a docile disposition.He has been an excellent show horse. We have been showing in smaller shows, but he has took home the blue in all of the English Pleasure, and Hunter Under Saddle classes. Do not let the show quality fool you, because he pertains a lot of speed and agility. He has done amazing in the Gymkhana division when we done it just for fun. I have started working him over fences and he is doing good for a green hunter jumper. For the 2014 show season he will be showing in Hunter Under Saddle and Western Pleasure within the AQHA and VQHA show circuit, along with multiple open shows. I started him out using Clinton Anderson techniques, and he has excelled in his learning. He is the complete package, do not let a chance for a wonderful foal pass by. He will be an excellent all around stallion just like his grandsire, and his foals should be incredible, smart, and flashy show prospects.
This is Larks first breeding season. He has been DNA Typed and he is UTD on all shots and coggins.
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Due to the economy the breeding fee is at a discount. Please feel free to contact me by phone (276) 733-4600 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact me just about any time, and if you prefer we can set up a meeting. I am sorry for the bad picture, I will be more than willing to send you more photos and videos. Note, the pictures taken of Lark on picture trail is just some of him having fun in the paddock. He is not exactly clean, and he has his winter coat.
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Medallion Valley Stables -
We are a small farm nestled back in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Each and every day we are building our foundation in the equine world, and doing our very best to satisfy our clients and their horses needs along with their expectations. We specialize in the Hunter Under Saddle and Western Pleasure divisions within the AQHA and APHA. We also compete within other divisions among other associations which you will see on our website. So as we say here at Medallion Valley Stables "this is where a dream becomes a reality."