PS Song Dog
- Flaxen Liver Chestnut Sabino/Overo Quarter Horse Stallion
Registered Name: PS Song Dog
Barn Name: Song
Bloodline: PS Coyote Killer
Breed: American Quarter Horse
Age: One (1) year
- Endurance Trail English (Basics) Western (Basics)
Temperment: 7 - Ornery
Health: 10 - Excellent Condition
Vice: Kicker, Vocal
Quirk: Prefers solitary to other horses; only obeys Amanda
Purchase Price: Full body image
Net Worth: $5000
- Agouti - 25%+ chance depending on mare Overo - 25%+ chance depending on mare Sabino - 25%+ chance depending on mare Flaxen - 25% chance depending on mare
Restrictions: Quarter Horses only; may consider crossing to accomplished mares.
Status: CLOSED - needs to be proven before breeding
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Personality: Song Dog is full of fiery spirit with seemingly limitless energy; had he been left with the herd, he would have been an excellent lead stallion. He seems to have no intention of slowing his pace anytime soon; he seems to enjoy getting a kick out of being a problem horse for every person he comes across, until the reins are given to the one person he sees as his leader: Amanda. Even with a more dominant character than Amanda, he will fight and he will fight hard but, as soon as he comes into contact with Amanda, he becomes very docile and obedient. There is rarely a struggle between the two of them and, when there is, its never anything dramatic. Their bond is incredibly strong even though there is no magic involved between them. It is to the point that if Song Dog is hurt or in trouble, he will simply turn to Amanda to help fix the problem. Song Dog prefers to be kept alone rather than with horses; he will chase off lower ranking horses and will not hesitate to fight other stallions. Strangely, Song Dog does not mind the company of dogs and has made a good friend with Sigurd and Neptum, even the dogs at Cerulean Sky Stables. Amanda has encouraged people to offer him peppermints to get on his better side, but it seems that people are more afraid of getting their hand bitten off than getting on good terms with him.
History: Song Dog's story begins with his sire, who ran with the Paige Stud's Golden Valley free roaming herd of Quarter Horses deemed Coyote Killer. Before Coyote Killer was captured, it seems that had bred to a mare, bringing about a colt that looks almost exactly like him. During their round up, Song Dog Was spotted amongst the herd and was instantly believed to be a colt of Coyote Killer's. Feisty and stubborn as his sire, Song Dog led both horse and rider on a long and dangerous run before he was captured. From there, he transported to North Carolina to be checked out by a vet and to learn to accept haltering and leading.
In March, he was placed in an auction at Paige Stud with five other horses that had experienced his journey. Song Dog was the last to be sold and, unfortunately, there were not many takers. The only bidder was Jacob Johnson, who wanted to keep the stallion for a western show horse. Song Dog was then transported to Jacob's home in Kouts, Indiana, where attempts at training him were proving to be far more difficult than he could handle. In the end, Jacob decided to sell the stallion and found a new owner in less than a week. Amanda had him transported and now boards him at Cerulean Sky Stables.
Achievements and Chamiponships
Character/Design by WickerWolfArt
Image by Amber N. Bolin
Story is subject to edits and rewrites at any given time. Critiques and input appreciated!
Image (C) Amber N. Bolin
Song Dog Design (C) WickerWolfArt
This is a Coyote Killer son right? They look too similar not to be related
He is, indeed, a Coyote Killer colt.
Awh he is stunning!
Is this Rivet's foal?
No, there is no relation to the two. Rivet was Amanda's previous horse who passed away. Song Dog (the horse in this picture) was purchased by Haley's father (the owner of :devStormRidgeRanch) but was having trouble training him, so he sent Song Dog to Haley to train him with the stipulation that if she couldn't train him, then she could sell him. So, now Song Dog belongs to Amanda!
wow like the story and pic
Oh my! I love it!