What Equine Professionals are saying about INTOXICATION
INTOXICATION is a smart, well rounded horse and we can’t wait to see what he produces.
-Steve Morse, Morse Show Horses, Decatur, IL
Double registered stallion and a palomino… It doesn’t get any better! I can’t wait to see how he produces.
-Jean Simmons, Rockin J Bar S Ranch, Desert Hills, AZ
INTOXICATION is one of the best minded stallions I have ever been around.
-Justin Holler, Justin Holler Show Horses, Pleasant Plains, IL
INTOXICATION is sweet, gentle, and a great all around stallion. A handsome stud with a good mind and a quiet disposition. Tox is one of a kind.
-Jessica Winter, DKJ Designs and Show Clothing, Pana, IL
I’m looking forward to seeing the babies by him, he’s going to be an exciting young stallion!
-Robert Miller, Nihiser Farms, Paris, KY
Tox is not your average stallion. He’s quiet, loving, and has the best personality.
-Susan, Blue Cross Ranch
I can't say enough great things about Intoxication! If you're looking for a quiet, willing, sensible, good looking baby you must breed to this stud.
-Kim Lembke, Paintedreams Photography, Bloomington, IL
Bring the bling to your breeding program with Intoxication, a stunning 2012, 15.3 hand, double-registered APHA and AQHA palomino overo stallion with a record in Halter and Western Pleasure. His size and correct build is an asset to any program, but it is his mind and versatility that draw the most praise. Steve Morse of Morse Show Horses calls him a “smart, well-rounded horse,” and Justin Holler Show Horses referred to him as “one of the best-minded stallions [they] had ever seen.” Everyone who works with Tox remarks on how pleasant he is to be around, from the show ring to the stall. As visually stunning as he is, none of that matters without a solid brain and athletic skill, and Tox has that in spades. With his APHA Breeders Trust and the AQHA Incentive Fund Enrollments, good looks, and glowing endorsements, there is no reason not to breed to Intoxication, but the First Points Program is the cherry on top.
The First Points Program is an incentive fund specifically offered for those who bring his offspring to their full potential. Up to their five year old season, Tox’s get competing in AQHA Open and Amateur, APHA Open and Amateur, and APHA PAC are eligible for prize money depending on discipline and division. Your Intoxication foal could qualify for up to one thousand dollars a year for his success, and the brains and build of this stallion are the perfect foundation to build on.
Located near Springfield, IL. Introductory fee only $400.