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Sugrfoot Gold Test 2

SUGARFOOT GOLD: 6946 also registered as Tennessee Walking Horse 571573 Red sorrel with white markings, 14.2 hands. Foaled in 1956. Sired by Missouri's Chance by Best Chance. Missouri's Chance was out of Hall Allen's Pride. Sugarfoot Gold was out of Gracious Roxie by Walking Preacher. She was out of Gracious Goodness. Even at the age of 25 Sugarfoot looked much younger. He stood stud during the early 1980's and was owned by Deryl Caswell of Lebanon, Mo. Sugarfoot Gold can be found on many of today's pedigrees. 100% Tennessee Walking Horse. In 1982 he turned 26 and still looked much younger.


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