Walt Bush bred horses for 13 years, when in 1988, he decided to have a dispersal sale of his breeding stock and prospects. Although he stated in his catalog that he was getting out of the breeding business, he bought back several of his horses, including Mountain Highland Memories, and he continued to breed horses until the time of his death. One of the horses he did not put through the dispersal sale in 1988 was Desert's Supreme Admiral. He continued to own him for his entire life and used him as a breeding stallion. Born in 1985, his last offspring was foaled in 2005.
Here is a look at the pedigree of Desert's Supreme Admiral, and a few of his colts.
CH Courageous Admiral, his sire
Wing's Fleet Admiral, his grandsire
Sultan's Santana, his dam's sire
CH Technistar, a WGC 3 gaited horse and full brother to
Cinderella's Starheart who was Desert's Supreme Admiral's 3rd dam.
Here are five pictures of Desert's Supreme Admiral
Here are three of his breeding sons and all were bred by Walter Bush:
Desert's Supreme Gold
out of Star's Flying Flower, a full sister to the dam of Town Flower (BHF)
Desert's Supreme Memories
out of Desert's Precious Memories by Mountain Highland Memories
He was a good 5gaited show stallion for Virgil Helm
Dylann's Desert Admiral
out of Supreme Cappio by Longview's Paladin
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