Chub's Powderface at the Wilson County Fair, Lebanon, Tennessee in 1969.
He earned a 1st in Most Colorful, 2nd in Get of Sire,4th in 1964 and older Stallions.
ApHC 24,129 FAHR 100%
BASE COLOR - BLUE ROAN COAT - SPOTS OVER ENTIRE BODY
It was time to find a stallion as his herd sire. Frank (Scripter) really investigated what was available and finally chose Chub's Powderface, bred by John Taylor of Montana. Powderface had been the high selling colt at the National Sale as a yearling - selling for $3700. Frank would keep the best of Powderface's daughters (read best as leopard), in turn breeding those Powderface daughters to Apache Polar Star, Shyloc's Cody and Solar Flair Eclat.
Frank thought Powderface was near perfect. He thought his coloration was near perfect. It was Powderface's butt that was used for the background of Mary Hare's article: From Stripes to Spots - and Back Again? [published in Appaloosa News July 1967]. For Frank it was a snow white coat with Black spots widely spaced. spots from nose to toes it was pretty darn good in Frank's book.