**Comar Gai Rifraff**
(LA Shaman by Gai Parada+++/ X Maur Kemaal)
2004 Grey Stallion 14.2hh
Heterozygous Grey, base coat color Bay
SCID Clear, EVA Negative
Discount Breeding for 2015: $800
Booking Fee: $200 (included in stud fee)
Live cover - Mare care $10 (US) a day
Comar Gai Rifraff "Sweet Pea" is a breathtaking silver Arabian stallion with the most exquisite legs you will ever see on a horse! And he is as sexy in Halter as he is in leather! Such a beautiful short, wedged shaped head, with those gorgeous small, tight, tipped ears. Add to that his snaky neck, well sprung ribs, and powerful hind quarter, and you have one of the best crosses of old blood to date! He comes from some of the best Gainey and Babson breeding stock out there. He looks so much like his grandsire, Gai Parada+++/, it's uncanny. Sweet Pea also inherited his grandsire's wonderful work ethic under saddle. For his first time working cows the summer of 2012, along with riding beside mares, he went at his job like he'd been doing it for years. Not to mention the way that this stallion can climb a mountain so effortlessly, and glide across the meadows so smoothly, it is just plain exhilarating! What is even better for such a beautiful and hard working stallion, than to pass on these traits to his foals too. Sweet Pea's foals are not only gorgeous, but they have fantastic minds as well. They also inherit BIG motors, their sire's magnificent legs, and a true desire to please their owners. All of these are characteristics the Gainey & Babson breeding is known for. Add some type along with a Great mind to YOUR breeding program!
This stallion has been crossed on Quarter Horse mares and has proven to keep the big powerful hind quarter, typie Arabian head, and the calm collected attitude to work cows. Working alongside Quarter Horses himself, Rifraff is just as cowy, and proves to have much more stamina. He has no problem bringing cows down off the mountain, out of deep ravines, in tight situations keeping his wits about him and taking care of his rider. Encountering bears, foxes and coyotes, Rifraff has kept a calm, cool, collected attitude and proved to be a valuable asset to any ranch hand.
For more information & photos and photos of his foals, please visit his wibsite: http://www.doublestarzranch.com/comar-gai-rifraff.php
Company / Facility:
Double Starz Ranch -
Raising quality performance & endurance horses for over 20 years. Specializing in *Bask, *Naborr, *Muscat, & Ferzon purebred & partbred Arabian lines.