This page shows some of the young stock we are keeping for our own breeding program.
A beautiful little dun-factor package arrived as the last foal by Jax Fed Ex for 2013. As we hoped and expected, the cross looks to have worked really well - the filly should carry some of her mothers height & build, of course her color, and all of her daddy's pretty! She's not for sale at this time.
Beautiful and sweet, not a stitch of white, this grulla filly combines the best of both characteristics of her sire and dam. She is slated to stay with us, grow up, get broke, and if she earns it, to someday join the broodmare band. She is not for sale at this time.
One of the nicest home raised fillies we have ever had, Layha is a big, strong and healthy filly and has been since day 1. She is very thoughtful, sensitive and easy to teach. We are very much looking forward to how she turns out as a mature horse. She is not for sale at this time.
"Summer" is exactly what we ordered up from her parents - the right gender & color, but more importantly, she took key traits from each horse - the ones we wanted her to - and combined them to make what we expect is going to be the most visually stunning mare on the ranch.
Not to mention it doesn't hurt to have two super grand sires; Little Steel Dust, one of the most well-known foundation horses, and Rugged Lark, two-time World Super Horse.
Watch for this one down the road!
How fortunate we are to have a full sister to Playgun, the mother to this filly. She is a bay dun and made just right, there's simply no way she could be anwhere but in our brood mare band, down the road. For now, she'll just stick around and grow up.
Sired by our own Champ Silverado, this silver bay filly is out of Promise, who was Ryan's riding mare for a few years until having this, her first foal. A "heart" baby for us, being a granddaughter to Pepsi Max, this filly carries some hope, blood & silver to participate in the future of our breeding program.
Here's an amazing bodied, amazing built, amazing minded filly by our nearly $55,000 NCHA earning son of Playgun, out of a daughter of Peppy San Badger. Her mother is out of a mare by Colonel Freckles, and having had this filly at 23 years old, they just don't make 'em like this anymore.
We are truly blessed to have a filly like this to add to our reproductive program in a few years!