2007 Grulla Stallion
AQHA / IBHA / ABRA / APHA-Listed
Foals are eligible to enroll in NSBA Incentive Fund Program, Color Breeders Championship Futurity, VPHC Color Classic Stallion Service Sale
100% Color Producer
Six Panel N/N
Red Factor E/E
Agouti a/a – Dun D/D
Owned by S & G Stables and Ava Gardner
2008 IBHA World Champion Dun Factor
IBHA Superior Dun Factor
IBHA ROM Longe Line
"Beezer" will be standing the 2023 season at: LBQH Stallion Station, 25001 Fadette Drive, Brooksville, Florida. Phone: 352-848-0075
2023 Fee: $950 - ($850 if booked by December 1, 2022)
(Includes a non-refundable $300 Booking Fee, which is applicable even if the breeding is through a stallion service auction, donated, or through a reduced breeding agreement)
Season starts on February 15, 2023 and ends on July 15, 2023
Dynamic Breeze is as remarkable in his color and personality as the story behind him. Born and raised on our farm, “Beezer” has touched our hearts from day one. A difficult delivery gave him a traumatic entrance into this world and we lost his dam 5 days later, leaving him an orphan. Because of his presentation at birth he had severe digital hyper-extension of the back legs. He spent 2 weeks in splints and wraps to correct the legs but nothing was working. Our farrier, David Byler, suggested corrective shoes that were hot glued. For several months we had a standing ritual of Ben laying Beezer on his side, pulling off the outgrown shoes and David gluing on a new set. Needless to say it was an exhausting 45 minutes for all! It worked and soon he was able to follow his surrogate mother for turnout and run with the other foals. In a few short months, he transformed from a ugly duckling to a beautiful silver grulla with dun factor galore.
Our partner and mare owner, Ava Gardner, gave the go ahead to take him to the OSBA Fall Futurities and a star was born! As a weanling he earned his ROM in Dun Factor. For the next year, we campaigned Dynamic Breeze for Ava in Dun Factor, Halter and Longe Line.
In September he was leading the nation in IBHA Dun Factor, 4th in halter and 4th in Longe Line and had earned the IBHA 2008 World Show Dun Factor Title- then tragedy stuck again. At the MABA Fall Futurity – just 1 point away from his Dun Factor Superior, he slipped and fell in the warm up pen – when he got up he could not put any weight on his right front leg. We made a six hour haul from Indiana to Cleveland to get the diagnosis – a fractured scapula (shoulder). The question was – could he recover? Dr. Berthold gave us a strict regiment of complete stall rest and supplements. After 90 days x-rays showed some improvement and the fracture healing – at that point he was sound enough to attend a spring show to gain his remaining dun factor point needed for his superior. The rest of the 2009 show season was spent with him continuing the healing process and we bred two of our best color mares to him. In the fall of 2009, he started light training under saddle with Robin Murphy and our fears turned into reality, his injury would prevent him from returning to the ring for any riding events. He would return back to the farm to spend his days as a sire and do light trail riding.