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Mr Jess Perry / The Louisiana Girl, by Louisiana Slew (TB)
2006, Sor | Year entered Stud: | Fee: $1,000

Full brother to AQHA Champion Jess Louisiana Blue

  • Standing his first year at stud.
  • By two-time AQHA champion MR JESS PERRY (SI 113, $687,184), multiple sire of champions and earners of more than $38 million.
  • Full brother to 2002 AQHA champion aged stallion JESS LOUISIANA BLUE (SI 109, $170,682) and JESSTHELOUISIANAGIRL (SI 98, $122,904); half brother to LOUISIANA EYE OPENER (SI 97, $151,254), THE LOUISIANA CARTEL (SI 109, 2011 $127,941), FED EX TOGETHER (SI 105, $111,784), and CALL ME FED EX (SI 107, $80,437).
  • Out of The Louisiana Girl (SI 100, $30,569), dam of six stakes winners.
  • Cooled semen available.

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Standing at: Buena Suerte Equine

No Website for this farm. Contact: Dr. Leonard Blach

Roswell NM, USA 88203

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Modified On: 3/14/2012

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