Tennessee Walking Horse Stallion

Pedigree

Lined With Cash Coin's Hard Cash Prides Gold Coin Pride Of Midnight H.F.
Delight's Joanna
Prides Donna Pride Of Midnight H.F.
Sun's Pretty Donna
Gen's Silver Lining Prides Generator Pride Of Midnight H.F.
H.F. Spirits Nell
Eldorado's Star Dust Suns Eldorado
Misty Queen Bingham
Country Girl At The Ritz He's Puttin' On The Ritz A Comand Performance Pride Of Midnight H.F.
Sun's Butterfly
Gen's Living Doll Prides Generator
Sister Stratton
Pusher's Country Girl The Pusher C.G. Drug Dealer
Go Boy's Blue Gal M.
Delight Country Girl Sun's Delight D.
Rhoda Joy

JIMMER FREDETTE

Owner: Carole Baxter

2022 Stud Fee: $1000 due prior to breeding.

DOB: 4/8/2010

TWHBEA Number 21003580
Horse Name JIMMER FREDETTE
Color BLACK/GREY
Markings STAR
Height 15.0 hands
Historical Pedigree              Champion Progeny

2022 Inaugural Season At Stud

 2019 Reserve World Champion Elite Lady Riders on Stallions
2016 Reserve World Champion Specialty Stallions
2014 World Grand Champion Four-Year-Old
2014 Reserve World Champion Four-Year-Old Stallion
2013 Celebration Three-Year-Old Stallions-3rd
2012 Reserve World Grand Champion Two-Year-Old
2012 Celebration Two-Year-Old Stallions-3rd

We are very excited at Sugar Creek to add Jimmer Fredette to our stallion line-up. We want to thank Carole and Lee Baxter, Dale Watts and the whole Jimmer family for allowing us to represent Jimmer to the public. This World Grand Champion son of the late great Lined With Cash has much to offer our breeders. We have followed this horse from birth and have seen the immense talent in his early foals.

Jimmer was bred and raised by TWHBEA Master Breeder Dr. Andrew Sisk. He is sired by Lined with Cash out of the top producer Country Girl At The Ritz. His dam has produced many top show horses including Reserve World and Reserve World Grand Champion Sisko Kid (I’m N.R.A.), Reserve World Champion Creedmore Kid (I’m N.R.A.) and perennial show ring favorite Jon Snow (the Coach). Jimmer’s 2nd dam is the great mare WC Pusher’s Country Girl who was the 1994 World Champion Two-Year-Old mare with Danny Hughes aboard.

Pusher’s Country Girl the 1994 World Champion Two-Year-Old Mare. She is the 2nd dam of WGC Jimmer Fredette as well as the maternal sister to 1984 World Grand Champion Delight Of Pride.

His 3rd dam is the great producing daughter of Sun’s Delight D., Delight Country Girl. Delight Country Girl in addition to producing WC Pusher’s Country Girl, is also the dam of 1984 World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse Delight of Pride and 1985 World Grand Champion Racking Horse Powerful Threat. Jimmer has a pedigree steeped in show horse production.

His entire show career has been guided by Dale Watts of Pioneer Stables. Some of his early show highlights include winning the Two Year Old Stallions class and Championship at the 2012 Mississippi State Charity Horse Show, the 2012 Spring Fun Show Two-Year-Old Stallion Champion and eventually becoming 2012 Reserve World Grand Champion Two-Year-Old.

Jimmer Fredette shown winning the 2012 Two-Year-Old Stallion class at the Fun Show. He would go on to become the 2012 Reserve World Grand Champion Two-Year-Old.

In 2014 he became World Grand Champion Four-Year-Old after a tremendous show season. Dale Watts guided Jimmer to the 2014 Four-Year-Old World Grand Championship.

Jimmer Fredette with trainer Dale Watts on their victory pass as the 2014 Four-Year-Old World Grand Champion.

Jimmer has always remained in the top 3 at the Celebration in those vital 2,3 and 4 year old years. These results are similar to other stallions who have gone on to become quite successful sires.

As an aged stallion Jimmer was frequently shown by his owner Carol Baxter to great success.

Jimmer Fredette shown with owner Carole Baxter aboard. In his most recent showings he and Carole won many of the prestigious showcases in the Southeast. Their last title was winning the 2019 Reserve World Champion Elite Lady Riders on Stallions.

Jimmer has the refinement, motor, and talent of his dam’s sire He’s Puttin On THe Ritz and the natural stride and looseness of his sire Lined With Cash. We expect big things from his foals.

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