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2001 AQHA Cremello Stallion

Shiners Zan Parr is the grandson of the NRCHA number one all-time leading sire, Shining Spark.  This stallion’s breeding also includes reining and roping legends Hollywood Dun It and Zan Parr Barr.  Our 2011 foals include Jackie Bees Shiner (Shiner), a palomino gelding; Docs Chocolateshiner (Diamond), a chocolate palomino filly; and Shining Zans GoManGo (Scout), a buckskin dun gelding.

 

As of November 2007:
AQHA ROM in Heading & Heeling

Superior pedigree, conformation, ability, temperament and genetics.

 
Carries the agouti gene, which means color, color, color:
100% palomino foals out of sorrel mares.
Mostly buckskin foals out of bay mares--small chance of a palomino depending on mare’s genetics.
Buckskin or palomino foals out of black mares.
Buckskin or gray out of gray mares.
50% palomino foals, 50% cremello foals out of palomino mares.
75% buckskin or palomino foals, 25% perlino or cremello foals out of buckskin mares.
75% buckskin or palomino foals, 25% perlino or cremello foals out of smokey black mares.
He cannot throw smokey blacks, sorrels or bays.
Phenomenal stallion. Great bloodlines and conformation. Very cowy and athletic. And as a bonus, he is 100% color producer.
Quality is our priority, but it doesn't hurt to be pretty too...
 
Check out Shiner's pdf pedigree on the left for details on his outstanding breeding.
He has the bloodlines of the great horses: Sparks Well Dun, Shining Spark, genuine Doc, Doc Bar, Diamonds Sparkle, Hollywood Dun It, Hollywood Jac 86, Oakwood Leo, Parr Eyed Jack, Zan Parr Bar & more.

Testimonials
"Hi, Kathy! Here are a couple of photos of Better Zan Moonshine, "Midas", my 3-y/o sired by Shiner's Zan Parr. He's starting to fill out, and is really looking nice. But the best thing is his temperament, He's just a 'whatever' horse...willing to do whatever you want. And the 18-foot sliding stops just don't hurt anything, either!" Diane Sibley

"Here are a couple shots of "Ten" at 19 days old! Can you believe it! These shots do not do him justice. He is MORE than we ever anticipated. His disposition and behaviors are as impressive as he is." Nicole Simpson

"Just wanted to send you a snap of "TEN" at 107 days old. As you can see he has turned a gorgeous chocolate and what’s not so apparent is his dun markings and dorsal stripe. Even the lower legs are laced with chocolate stripes. We LOVE him very much and it would take a pretty big check to consider selling him now.” Nicole Simpson

"Gracie's foal just checked out with the vet, everything looks great, IG test positive over 800 in under 4 minutes. He is a beautiful palomino colt with excellent muscle and structure. The Vet was very impressed with him. I am sure he will surpass all of our expectations...” Owner of Shiner Zan Parr sired foal.

"I saw Shiners Zan Parr on a stallion ad and I remembered him from when he came to me may years ago to start. I wondered if he kept his temperment. When I sent him home I could...pony mares off of him and down the steep hill into the river, trailer next to mares, and even stall next to mares with 5ft pipe fence."
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Pedigree
Documents
Shiners Zan Parr - extended pedigree
Foals Of Shiners Zan Parr
Docs Chocolateshiner, Shining Zans GoManGo, Jackie Bees Shiner
Owner Information
Company:  Van Berkum Quarter Horses
Phone:  (719) 376-5659
Web Site:  www.vbqh.com
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Company:  Key Stallion Station
Phone:  (719) 544-2740
Web Site:  www.KeyStallionStation.com
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