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American Qualifier

Registered Name:French GloryAge:6
Sire:Frenchmans bogie
Dam:Hot dandee pepLocation:Moneta

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Multiple 1d champion and American Qualifier. I legit can’t believe I’m doing this. I have told multiple people over the years that French Glory aka Pepper is Not For Sale. She has been a true dream horse and one in a million. I have owned her since she was a yearling and have done all the training. She was one of my first ones to train start to finish and I thought training was a piece of cake. Boy was I wrong. Apparently she made me look good and not the other way around. She was so easy to train that I took it for granted. She won some money in futurities as a 4yo but I didn’t really go to a whole lot of them. I wanted her to last. I have very seldom ever taken her to local jackpots and saved her for the bigger shows. I almost never make practice runs just keep her legged up and she does her thing. Pepper is a legit 1d horse and has run with the best of them. Last September as a 5yo she qualified 4th in the American qualifier behind Sabra Moore, Brandon Cullins and Leslie Willis. It was the highlight of my career by far. Something I’ll never take for granted. I haven’t run the legs off Pepper but she has been to plenty of barrel races in her career. She has only hit 4 barrels and every time it has been because she lost her footing. You won’t find a more honest horse. I haven’t kept track of her winnings but she almost never leaves without a check. She has paid for plenty of weekends. She was diagnosed as a 3yo with a dorsal displacement of her soft pallet. It has not required surgery and is fairly easy to manage. I keep her on MVP airway eq and then ventipulmin a few days out and 1hr before running. She runs in a Stivers hack and caveson to help keep her tongue from flipping her pallet. You can run her in a halter she’s that easy. Pepper trail rides great and is laid back by nature. Very easy to warm up and doesn’t get on the muscle till it’s time to go. She’s the type you could strap a monkey to and she’s going to turn three. She unfortunately is a cribber but is controlled with a collar. Also recommend keeping her in separate pasture unless you want tails missing because she will chew them. She is paid in future fortune. I can’t rodeo because I’m a guy but Pepper would make an outstanding rodeo horse. She would also be perfect for a youth rider looking for a step up horse. You just hang on and she does the rest. If you haven’t already heard of her sire Frenchmans Bogie you are missing out. His offspring are by far the easiest things to train and there have been plenty of legit 1d horses by him including: Bogies French Trick All American Youth 1d Champion and American qualifier, Bogies French Dancer just won the first two rounds of NBHA super show Colonials and has also qualified for the American, and multiple others that are 1d and pro rodeo earners.

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