Sonny's Bar Chex's sire was a buttermilk dun who sired many colored foals. Chex has proven that he too can produce color.
You might wonder what color you will get if your mare is bred Chex. Roll the dice and let's see what you get!
Below you will see foals out of Bays, Sorrels, Chestnuts and more. The color we have in the field is always a great site. One year we had 3 foals, all 3 were dark duns- one was out of a bay, another out of a sorrel and another out of a red dun. Then another year we had 3 palomino's- one out of a bay and two our of sorrels. These were the same mares that had the duns.
Shades of Palomino--- Shades of Dun----
This is what Pepsi, our great bay mare, produced when crossed with Chex. Go Lucky Pepsi #2986404 1991 bay mare; Pepsi is mother to so many greats. Stallion Dun Uncola. See others below: Chexs Go Lady, Chexs StarlitsSurprise, Chexs Dun Dualin to name a few.
Chexs Go Lady aka Lady. 2002 Dun Mare raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our Pepsi mare. Proudly owned & shown by Midge Kliewer of Joseph, Oregon. Midge has used Lady for drill team, western pleasure, cow work, and everyday trail riding.
Chexs Dun Dualin aka Dauler. 2001 Buckskin gelding raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our Pepsi mare. Proudly owned and ridden by Garry Potts of Lewiston, ID. Dauler is used for trail riding, Special Olympics, ranch work and cattle work. Garry has owned Three Dun the Right Way foals and soon will have another.
Chexs StarlitsSurprise aka Surprise. 2003 Crop out Buckskin Overo mare raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our Pepsi mare. Proudly owned and shown by Colleen Peacock of West Mansfield, OH.
(Photo taken as a weanling)
Marybyrls April aka Lena... AQHA # 2665438 a 1987 sorrel mare. Lena is what we called her. She was a mare used for trail rides, lessons, drill team and more. She was a solid minded horse with so much to offer. As a note to the love I have for this mare, I own one of her Chex fillies- Caroline. She is my main riding horse and has the mind of her mother.
Chexalenasdun aka Lacy. 2001 Dun mare raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our Lena mare. Proudly owned and ridden by KB Ranch Quarter Horses in Scio, Oregon. Futurity winner & point earned in Trail & Western Pleasure. Lacy has been used for team penning, trail riding and other fun family things!
Chexs April Ariel aka Ariel. 2006 AQHA Dark Dapple Palomino filly raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our sorrel Lena mare.
DunAleaninonChexTear aka Caroline. 2005 AQHA Buttermilk Dun Filly raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our sorrel Lena mare. We are keeping this great filly for our kids to use in 4-H and around the ranch. She will be an all around mare with great color to show off in parades, and drill team events.
Mister Chex A Lena aka Mister Mister. 2003 AQHA Red Dun gelding raised by Dun the Right Way Horses out of our sorrel Lena mare. Proudly owned, shown, ridden by Mike Gammelgard of Oregon City, Oregon. Mister Mister is a rope, barrel, and trail horse.
Mister has turned out to be a fantastic horse. I rope on him (either end) as well as barrel race. He has won thousands of dollars and awards over the last few years. ... He is an odd fellow, he is a little insecure and it makes him really bond to me. When I'm dismounted on the ground at a roping he wraps his neck around me and just wants to be cuddled like a dog. He has incredible energy, I swear you could lope from here to Montana and he would still be ready to rope all day. He gives 100% at everything he tries, and is the most sensitive horse I have ever had. He responds to leg pressure when I just think about applying it, he really is sensitive. He is a puppy dog on the ground and atheletic as a cat when you put him to work. We are best of buddys.
We oare going to be offering a new special for a Chex foal raised at the ranch.... You can buy before born~ In Utero Faol.
What does buying an In Utero foal mean?
Buying an In-Utero foal is when someone purchases a foal before it is born, or while in utero.
Many times you can obtain a high quality foal for considerably less than you would otherwise.
You don't have the regular costs of breeding your own mare, or the care/costs involved.
Many times you can get a better quality foal.
You are not guaranteed color, sex, or conformation
You cannot see the foal before you buy it.
These are our terms:
A Foal In Utero is price is $1000 on all our foals: A deposit of $300.00 will hold the foal for you until birth, then another $400 is due when your foal is born the balance is due when the foal is 4 months old and weaned (your choice to make monthly payments or wait and pay the balance when your foal is weaned)... you will receive the APHA or AQHA paperwork when the balance has been paid in full on your foal (you can choose the name and we will pay the fees to register this foal before he/she is 2 months old) ... Unless other arrangements have been made you are responsible for picking up your foal. If arranged ahead of time delivery may be available for an additional fee.