Buy frozen quarter horse semen from brownmill ranch and get your money’s worth as you will be getting frozen quarter horse semen from only the best quarter horse our ranch has ever produced. over the years, we’ve collected quarter horse semen from the best, most athletic quarter horses in their primes with absolutely excellent genes.
order Frozen American quarter Horse semen from brownmill ranch and get the advantage of having delivered to your destination a top quality semen from the best of quarter horses. you also get the advantage of avoiding unknown variables which need not dictate the ability to breed a mare when she is not ready.
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FROZEN AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE SEMEN PRICE
Frozen American quarter horse semen provided by brownmill ranch exceeds excellence by comprising of good genes and healthy freezing and storage conditions. we pride ourselves in our results and feedbacks and over the years, we’ve been deemed the best semen collector in the united states. Frozen American Quarter horse semen price stands at $1200.
This fee is deduced as shown below:
COOLED AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE SEMEN FOR SALE
Cooled American quarter horse semen is also available at our ranch as we currently have top notch American quarter horses ready for semen collection at our disposal. Contact us, book a date, and have your quarter horse semen delivered to you.
COOLED AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE SEMEN PRICE
Order cooled quarter horse semen from brownmill stallions at $1200 per pence of American quarter horse semen including shipping and delivery within the united states and America. This price may vary slightly depending on the shipping destination.
This $1200 is divided into the following:
AVAILABLE QUARTER STALLIONS FOR BREEDING (SEMEN COLLECTION)
SEMEN PURCHASE FORM
AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE SEMEN
QUARTER HORSE ORIGIN AND USES
AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE HISTORY
The American quarter horse descends from Spanish and English horses used in the American colonies in the 1600s. These horses were crossed with local breeds, including the Chickasaw horse. The breed’s name came from its dominance in quarter-mile races, and its sure-footedness made it a favorite among settlers.
Later, the quarter horse played an enormous role in the pioneers’ westward expansion. The breed’s agility proved invaluable to cowboys, farmers, and those who needed reliable transportation over rough terrain. Although the breed has existed since the 1600s, the American Quarter Horse Association registry wasn’t established until 1940.
Quarter horses range in size from around 14 hands (56 inches) to 16 hands (64 inches). The addition of thoroughbred bloodlines over the years has contributed to an increase in height. Weights of 950 to 1,200 pounds or more are common in this bulky breed. This has prompted some concern about the skeletal strain of such a weight-to-frame ratio.
AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE USES
The exceptionally versatile American quarter horse excels as a working, family, and show horse. It’s equally comfortable on the trail and on the farm.
Throughout history, quarter horses were very popular to help maneuver cattle and pull wagons. In modern times, their abilities shine in rodeo events, such as reining (in which the rider guides the horse through a pattern of circles, spins, and other movements) and team penning (in which riders herd specified cattle into a pen). Their powerful haunches help with quick movements to gather strays from herds of cattle, and they deftly propel the horses around barrels in barrel races.
The sport of quarter horse racing—which is more of a sprint than the thoroughbred racing many people are familiar with—has tracks across North America. Speeds of up to 55 miles per hour have been recorded during these short, intense races.