2009 is SOLD to Barbie Roelle in Apple Valley, California. Mystic Lady Concerto is started under saddle and gentle on trails. Mystic Lady Concerto, a Dun filly, is absolutely breath taking. She has the most beautiful head. She has good muscular conformation, good bone, straight legs and nice shaped feet. And I love the star. Sierra CelebrityGold, the dam of Celebrity Concerto, has a star shaped exactly like that. The shape of that star is inherited, generation after generation. Music Mount had that star.
Mystic Lady Concerto is sired by Celebrity Concerto, and her dam is Machos Full House.
You can see Celebrity Concerto under Stallions on our website. I can't fault him. He is one of the most beautiful stallions that I have ever seen. He's big, 15-2 or maybe 15-3. His conformation is outstanding. His head and neck are exquisite, he has a V in his chest, well muscled gaskins and hip. He has good bone, straight legs and feet big enough to carry the weight. The grullo roan color is outstanding, with a big black Dorsal stripe and zebra stripes on the legs.
Dam: Machos Full House a gorgeous Dark Dun mare with lots of stripes, up her neck, over her withers, down her legs, and a big wide black dorsal down her back. She's fast and athletic, with a pretty head and lots of muscle.
Grand sire: Sue Per Macho Deck has a Speed Index of 90. His sire; Chicks's Deck had a 92 S.I. and was a Stakes Winner,and money winner of $198,266.00. His sire was Three Chicks, AAAT, AQHA Champion, Stakes Winner and Leading Sire of Rom Race horses was sired by the great Three Bars TB. Chick's Deck's Dam was none other than Decketta, a AAAT, AQHA Champion, Stakes Winner, and Track Record Holder. Decketta was an own daughter of Top Deck TB, a Leading Sire.
Sue Per Macho Deck's Dam: Suevannah was a Stakes Winner and money earner of $6040.00. Suevannah's Sire was Savannah JR a AAAT, Champion Quarter Horse Running 3 year old, a Leading Money earner of $277,004.00. Suevannah's Dam was Sugar Zanita, a Producer of ROM Race and ROM Arena offspring. She was sired by Sugar Bull, an AQHA Champion. That was the top side of Machos Full House's pedigree.
Machos Full House's Dam, Ladys Mystic Royal, was sired by MY Royal Mystic by Mystic Manor, AAA with an ROM Race record. His sire was Lightning Bar, a AAA, AQHA Champion and Leading Sire.
Granddam: Ladys Mystic Royal was a reining horse who won the Open Reining at the Blackfoot, IDaho Fair 3 years in a row. She has 2.5 pts in AQHA Open Reining and was the Reserve Open Reining Champion in the IDaho Reining Horse Assoc. Two times.
As you can see, Machos Full House has some of the best running horses in the business in her pedigree.
Mystic Lady Concerto should be able to rein, cut, barrel race, or trail ride. You name it, what ever suits your fancy, she should be capable of doing it. She would need training to do different disciplines.
Snipper Music horses are extremely intelligent, athletic, cowy, super disposition, gentle, and when you ask them to do a job, they have the power, the speed, and the athletic ability to do any job, and they are more than happy to go for it! I'd keep this lovely filly in a heart beat if I were young and wanted a barrel horse prospect. (based on the race horse bloodlines in her dam's pedigree.) "She has never been asked to run, so she knows nothing about it, at this time" She has only been ridden on trails.
Rockey gives them the basics. Walk, jog, lope, correct leads while loping, stop and back-up. To begin with he lounges a colt, about 5 minutes. He gets on them with only a halter and rope. He slides off of the other side. He slides off of their butt. He introduces them to the blanket and the saddle. Normally, none of that stuff bothers one of our colts and he's riding them in no time, without a buck.
As she is young, all that has been done with her is trail riding. I can tell you, that a Rockey broke, trail riding horse, goes anywhere you ask them to go. They have been over the river and thru the woods! There are 6 gates between home and going to the river bottom. He will ride 6 colts to the river bottom and back, in an afternoon. All of our 2 yr old colts have to learn how to side-pass to open and close gates off from them. Otherwise, Rockey would have to get off and on, 72 times, in the course of riding 6 colts to the river. They cross the bridge, step over small ditches, walk thru a low muddy spot in the grass. They walk thru creeks, and ride in grass and brush, up to their bellys, Twigs and dry leaves crackle underneath them. They experience all kinds of wildlife, jumping up in front of them, and running beside them. Deer are especially good to jump out of the bushes, and run right by the horse! Ducks fly up in the horse's face. Eagles fly over head and land in a tree, right in front of Rockey and the colt he is riding! Coyotes have followed him so close that he'd have to get off of the colt and throw rocks at the coyote, to keep it from attacking our dog! He has seen Moose and Bear, a few times on these rides!
The mountain trails have their own natural obstacles. Rocks, rocks, and more rocks. They soon decide it's Just A Rock!, and that there is no need to be afraid. Climbing up a trail, going down to the bottom, they learn to balance their rider and where to put their feet. So, they are young, 2 and 3 years old. And they have had experience at what they might see on the trail, and you can ride where you want to go, and you won't have to fight a scared colt for an hour just to cross a creek! They will walk right in!
Buy her, and I'll bet you will find that she is a Keeper!!