2000 Dun Stallion
Grandson of Sun Frost
|AP Frosty Knight||Sun Frost||Doc’s Jack Frost|
|Continental Tikki||Continental Fly||The Continental|
|My Beaver 6|
|Conchos Lady 031||War Concho|
We bought Dun Drift (aka “Ike”) almost before he was born. We really liked the looks of his dam, Continental Tikki, when we saw her. She was well balanced, stout, yet feminine, and athletic. We asked for the opportunity to purchase her first stud colt by AP Frosty Knight as a stallion prospect. Ike was her first foal and just the first in a long succession of good ones. He has four full brothers also standing at stud.
We used Ike for general ranch work when he was young and not out in the breeding pasture. He was well mannered and easy to have around home. Most of the time, we just turned him in with the rest of the saddle horses. Now he usually runs out with his mares all year long.
We could not be happier with the job Ike has done for us. He is a gentleman to handle and he passes that disposition on to his foals. They are intelligent, trainable, conformationally sound, athletic, and big hearted.
Dun Drift’s offspring have proven themselves in many areas including on the ranch, on the trail, in the branding pen, and in the arena. We currently have six daughters in our broodmare band, two mares running barrels in Tennessee, and five offspring in our saddle string.
Dun Drift get are eligible for: AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge, Barrel Breeders Incentive, Who’s Your Daddy