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TQHA Yearling Sale Consignments

HIP
 NAME
 SEX
 SIRE
 DAM
16
 Dreamsicle Dash
 F
 Streakin Sixes
 Faded Luv
28
 Ms Secret Jess
 F
 Hez Our Secret
 Swingin Miss Jess
33
 Hooked On Ivory
 F
 Ivory James
 SF Hooked On Love
41
 Bush Tempo
C
Tempting Dash
 Royal Vogue
57
 Good Start
 F
 Bodacious Dash
 Crazy Secret TB
63
 RB Rockin Baby
 F
 Hadtobenuts
 Royal Rockin
65
 Ms Famous Dash Back
 F
 One Famous Eagle
 Dash Back To Me
68
 Dash N Tres Seis
 F
 Down N Dash
 A Lil Tres Seis
74
 Brimming With Zoom
 F
 Azoom
 I Love To Fly
81
 This Is An Eagle
 G
 One Famous Eagle
 Lady Lilia
88
 Sugars First Love
 F
 Tempting Dash
 Loves Brown Sugar
96
 RC Glory Girl
 F
 The Louisiana Cartel
 Movinstraighttoglory
99
 Dealmfast
 C
 Dealagame
 Takin Up The Ante
101
 Secret Money Pop
 F
 Hez Our Secret
 Gotta Money Pop
103
 Tempting Runaway
 F
Tempting Dash
 Runaway Fun
113
 Whos Tempting Who
 C
Tempting Dash
 Sheaintcrynrealtears
115
 Game Threat
 C
 Dealagame
 Glamor Threat
118
 Pending
 C
 Jess Zoomin
 Jess A Classy Lassy
120
 TDz Azoom Royalty
 F
 Azoom
 The Queen Of Fortune
121
 For Real
 G
 Stel Corona
 Peppermint Seis
122
 Thebunnygoeson
 F
 Jess Louisiana Blue
Andthebeatgoeson
128
 Perry Dash Back
 C
 Mr Jess Perry
 Dash Back To Me
133
 OK OK OK
 F
One Dashing Eagle
Shrug
140
 Pending
 F
 Jess Zoomin
 Panther Speed
145
 Deal A Swift Game
 C
 Dealagame
 Eye Be Swift
155
 Runaway Heroine
 F
 Valiant Hero
 Runaway TRS Seis
157
 Down N Cruzin
 G
 Down N Dash
 Cruzin Apollo
161
 RC Racee O Toole
 F
 Coronas Leaving You
 Ms Otoole
162
 Jackies Azoomin
 F
 Azoom
 Jackies Bold Move TB
166
 Mr Secret Illusion
 C
 Hez Our Secret
 Effortless Illusion
171
 Just Another Natural
 F
 Furyofthewind
 La Natural Rona
172
 Famous Master Eagle
 C
 One Famous Eagle
 Dash Master Miss
186
 Fee Fi Fo Fum
 F
 Streakin Sixes
 Feefees Celebration
189
Mister Ray
 C
Down N Dash
 Lois N Ray Special
195
 Gulf Coast Streaker
 C
 Rock Solid Jess
 Lady Streaker
197
 Louisiana Silk
 F
The Louisiana Cartel
 Pampered Silk
198
 Mr Eagle Sixes
 C
 One Famous Eagle
 Eye For The Sixes
207
 Jess Tee
 C
 Mr Jess Perry
 A Game Dame
214
 Tempting Love
 F
 Tempting Dash
 Loves Easter Bunny
215
 Kajourajo Kid
 F
Stabler
 Down N Running
216
 RC The Temptress
 F
 Tempting Dash
 Miss Fine La Jolla
219
 Muddy Puddles
 G
 Azoom
 Silver Tongued Chick
223
 Austonian
 C
 Tempting Dash
 Austiana
225
 A Skinnydipper
 F
 Red Oak Special
 Stolen Pass
229
A Wicked Secret
 F
Hez Our Secret
 Jess A Lil Wicked
236
 Special Lil Darling
 F
Mr Jess Perry
 Double Down Darling
237
 Pending
 C
 Dealagame
 Lady Lilia
240
 Another Shot
 C
 Tempting Dash
 Fontanas Stoli
241
 Fantastic Amarantha
 F
 Fantastic Corona Jr
 Amarantha
244
 Deal A Lil Game
 F
 Dealagame
 A Lil Tres Seis

2015
All American Futurity & Derby
Qualifier VIDEOS

►BREEDER'S PLEASE NOTE◄

We require that all horses who are brought to Granada Farms or reside on the farm have a current negative coggins test. Be sure to bring a copy with you when dropping off your horses. If you don't have a current negative coggins, we will pull one for $35. Thank you!

Joe Carter, DVM

30 Racing Quarter Horses Test POSITIVE for Coggins

 

More than 30 racing quarter horses in California were recently diagnosed with the virus, so it is critical that horse owners follow regulations, said LSU AgCenter equine specialist Neely Walker.

Equine infectious anemia (EIA) is an infectious viral disease that affects horses, mules, donkeys and zebras. It is also known as swamp fever because of its prevalence in the Gulf Coast region.

There is currently no effective treatment or vaccine for EIA. The survival rate of horses infected with EIA is high, Walker said, but those animals can threaten the health of their offspring and other horses.

The virus is typically transmitted from one horse to another by blood-sucking insects, such as horseflies, deerflies, mosquitos and gnats. Many epidemics of EIA have also been linked to the reuse of hypodermic needles or nonsterile surgical equipment, Walker said.

EIA can present itself in three different degrees of infectiousness: acute, chronic and inapparent.

“Most horses are inapparent carriers of EIA and appear normal, displaying no clinical abnormalities associated with infection,” Walker said. “However, they are lifelong carriers of the virus.”

The acute form of EIA is the most damaging and is difficult to diagnose. This form often occurs seven to 30 days after the first exposure to the virus and may cause fever and hemorrhaging on the mucus membranes, Walker said.

If the horse survives the acute stage of EIA, it may develop chronic symptoms such as fever, small patches of hemorrhages on the mucus membranes, depression, weight loss, anemia and swelling of the legs and abdomen.

Diagnosis of the virus was not possible until the 1970s, when Leroy Coggins developed a test, which became known as the Coggins test. Today’s tests can produce results in less than one hour.

“Accurate testing allows timely identification of infected animals and removal of those animals from herds, potentially preventing the spread of the disease,” Walker said.

In Louisiana, all horses are required to have a Coggins test performed annually. Foals must be tested no later than one year after being born.

Animals that test positive for EIA in Louisiana must be euthanized or sold for slaughter only. All animals located within 200 yards of an animal with EIA are subject to quarantine and require a negative test before a quarantine release will be issued.

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Granada Farms ~ PO Box 70, Wheelock TX  77882 ~ Phone: (979) 828-5167 (daytime) ~ (979) 589-2690 (evenings)