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                 High Point's Ivory Coast


(picture taken Great River Benefit Saddlebred Show May 16, 2009)

Grand Nationally Nominated Stallion

100% Color Producer on Chestnut and Bay mares

 High Point's Ivory Coast, aka Ivan, is a 2008 cremello American Saddlebred colt.  He stands 16.2 hand tall.  His first 3 palomino offspring arrived in 2012.  Check out the 2012 foals and 2013 foals.  He has foals arriving in 2014 starting in April.  Ivan will be nominated to the IL Saddlebred Futurity, IA Limited Breeder's Stallion Service auction, IA Saddlebred Futurity, Get of Gold, and Lamoine Trails Saddle Club Futurity.  If you would like High Point's Ivory Coast nominated to stallion service auction or a futurity, please contact us at [email protected]

He is currently standing at stud for 2014.  His current stud fee is $500.   He has Live Foal Guarantee.

High Point's Ivory Coast's website:

Sire:  Sunrise's Salty Ranger    

 Dam:  The Crystal Slipper (5-gaited mare)

His pedigree includes:  Hide-A-Way's Firefly Supreme, Desert Supreme Memories, Desert Supreme Admiral, Courageous Admiral, Wing's Fleet Admiral, Sultan's Santana, Copper Coin's Commander In Chief, Wing Commander, Denmark's Pretend, and Pinetree Denmark.  He has a line going directly back to Stonewall King,  Society Rex, and 5 broodmare hall fames. 

Click the following link for his pedigree:

High Point's Ivory Coast is double dilute for the cream gene.  He will be 100% color producer of Palomino, Buckskin, Smokey Black, Perlino, Cremello, and Smokey Cream.  Which one of these color he produces  will depend on the mare's color genetics.  The link below is to a equine color calculator to let you know what your possiblities are.


More Pictures of High Point's Ivory Coast

 Ivan at his first horse show, The Great River Benefit Saddlebred Show in Cedar Rapids, IA.  He placed 4th against more experience Saddlebreds.


High Point's Ivory Coast at QCABHA Futurity

We showed High Point's Ivory Coast in the 2009 QCABHA Futurity and Open Show.  He placed 3rd in a huge yearling class of a variety of breeds (Quarter Horse, Paint Horse, Arabians, etc...).  He received two 5th places in 2 and under halter and Light Horse Halter.  Both classes were good size.  He received a lot of nice comments from the audience including how big is going to get?  To see more pictures of High Point's Ivory Caost check-out the photo gallery, especially the pictures by RA Images.

photo by RA Images