Leading Hunter Under Saddle sire These Irons Are Hot passes

Leading Hunter Under Saddle sire These Irons Are Hot has died as the results of neurological complications, Seaside Farm LP announced today.

“With great sadness, Seaside Farm LP, announces the euthanasia of These Irons Are Hot due to neurological complications,” the announcement read. “Dexter was found down in his stall and even with aggressive treatment from the attending veterinarian and staff of Gumz Farms, forced the decision to end his life in as peaceful and dignified a manner as possible.”

These Irons Are Hot, a 17.2 brown stallion, foaled on May 18, 2001, was by Duplicated Deck and out of Georgia Rabling He had a long and successful show career – Congress Champion 3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle; Tom Powers Triple Challenge Champion 3-Year-Old Hunter Open Under Saddle; Southern Belle NSBA; Champion 3-Year-Old Hunter Open Under Saddle; Just For Pleasure Champion 3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle Futurity; AQHA High Point Performance Horse; NSBA High Point 3-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle; Select World Show third Hunter Under Saddle; Superior Performance Open HUS; 123 AQHA Performance Points with Life Time Earnings of $18,562 (NSBA $15,181). He sired 370 registered foals with foals expected in 2018. AQHA World Champion or Reserve Championships; AQHA High Point Reserve Championship; Congress Champion or Reserve Championships; Congress Masters Hunter Under Saddle Championship; NSBA Champion and Reserve Championships; NSBA High Point Champion or Reserve Championships; Multiple Futurity Champion or Reserve Championships; Sire of APHA, ApHC, PtHA, ABRA & European Champions. Upon his death, his foals had lifetime earnings of $470,617.

“Dexter was much loved by everyone that he came in contact with – trainers, owners, veterinarians and care givers, and he will be greatly missed,” the announcement read. “He had a great disposition and tons of personality. He was the standard prop in the many tours given at Gumz Farms – often standing for hours as people, but mainly children, admired and petted him. He was truly a gentle giant and character that endeared him to those who worked with and knew him. He will be long and affectionately remembered with admiration and respect as a great individual, show horse and sire.”

Source: Photso/Kelly Graphics & Superlative Equine

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