MISSOURI FOX TROTTER STALLIONS of GLORY GAIT FARM
TENNESSEE'S TRAVELING JAG
Prince Jester's Ridin Gold x Sundust Lady Jane
2012 Chestnut Stallion
Tennessee's Traveling Jag photos below as a yearling in August 2013
Tennessee's Traveling Jag is our new stallion prospect here at Glory Gait Farm and he was carefully selected to complement our vision of producing world caliber Missouri Fox Trotter horses here on the East coast. Pedigree, conformation, temperament and gait were carefully taken into consideration.
Jag's sire is the accomplished show horse, Prince Jester's Ridin Gold, who is by the three time World Grand Champion Prince Jester. Prince Jester's Ridin Gold has now been retired from the ring. Below is his competition record:
2005 National Breeders Cup 3 Year Old Open
Prince Jester's Ridin Gold -- sire of Tennessee's Traveling Jag
Jag's dam, Sundust Lady Jane, is sired by Sun Dust E and out of the great World Grand Champion mare, Traveler's Lady Jane...the mare that won over Southern Sunrise and Outlaws Patriot in 1992. She has produced multi-titled sons and daughters.
Jag has a rich, illustrious pedigree brimming with outstanding individuals. He carries multiple crosses to the renown Missouri Traveler E through both his sire and dam. He is bred to be a sire and should mature into an incredible stallion! Glory Gait Farm is proud to post these yearling pictures of Jag from August 2013 and we can't wait to share him with the world in the future.
A special thank you goes to Jaime Whiteaker for breeding this fine colt and entrusting his future with us.
Above photos of Tennessee's Traveling Jag by SWells Photography
In Loving Memory
Travelers Nod-A-Lot, by Missouri Traveler E
Our stallion page would not be complete without a tribute to the stallion who showed us all here in Pennsylvania what a Missouri Fox Trotter should be! Nod was a Model Grand Champion Stallion at the Ava, MO show in 1983 as a two year old and a Champion producer. He had never been in a show ring prior to this debut and his victory was a record breaking accomplishment at that time. As a sire it should be noted that his foals gaited from the minute they hit the ground and grew into incredible horses. Nod was a direct son of Missouri Traveler E...perhaps the most famous Fox Trotter stallion of all time. The Traveler blood is still highly prized in todays' Fox Trotter pedigrees.
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