Posts Tagged With: #AQHAProud

Meet the Stallions: KT Gunners Sage Bug

KT Gunners Sage Bug is out of Continental Lady Bug and is by KT Gunpowder N Lead. Gunner is a roan dunskin son of Cue Bars Laddie, AQHA point earning and producing stallion. Gunner’s dam, Pistol, has been shown NFQHA, has been featured on rule book and in the NFQHA magazine. She is a great working ranch horse, rope horse, and the kids can ride her as well. Pistol’s sire, Gold Country Charro is a dunskin stallion that was shown in 1998 and 1999 in halter at local shows. Lady Bug is a big boned Continental Cad daughter going back to Mr Blackburn on the bottom. This is a 81% NFQHA mare that has been a great color producer. She has an outstanding disposition, if she sees you outside she comes running. This colt is going to be the whole package, confirmation, breeding and disposition. He was born 3/31/16. Sage has colored tested as a black body Grulla roan, E/e, a/a, Rn/N. click below for his color test and clean 5 panel. $10,000

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Black mare bred to Captains Double Coy

Pics Bar Bee, “Blackie” is a black 2002 daughter of Pic Remedy, an own son of Doc’s Remedy, out of a Willie War Chic bred mare. This mare has many greats on her papers including Doc Bar, Teresa Tivio, Sugar Vandy, War Chic, and Deck Oiler to name some. She is bred for performance and run and has that look. Very keen head, square body, and a great personality. Blackie loves attention and is easy to be around. With a pedigree like Blackie‘s it would be hard to go wrong to add her to the herd. Blackie color tested as a true black, a/a, but heterozygous main and tail black, E/e. Blackie is bred to Captains Double Coy for 2018, she is being sold as a two way. $2500

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Miss Lil Dash

Miss Lil Dash, “Missy,” is a 2009 running built gray mare out of Scats Dash, an own son of Action Cash. This mare’s bottom side goes back to Blue Try out of Plenty Try. This breeding has been a winning combination running barrels. These are tough horses with speed, agility, and grit. She is open and is not broke to ride.  http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/miss+lil+dash $1500

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Calendars

Calendars should be here Estimated delivery via Ground: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 – Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Order yours today, $15 for the 8.5″ x 11″ Classic Calendars or $25 11.5 x 14 Premium Calendar. The photos were all voted on by our Facebook fans.

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KT Im the Real McCoy

KT Im The Real McCoy is out of Emmy Marsala and by KT Heza Pana Dude. Emmy Marsala is the dam of AQHA Point earner and NRHA money earner Cow Cuttin Colonel. This is a mare that produces very athletic foals that go on to be money and point earners in many arenas. She is by Marsala Badger who is an AQHA High Point Performance Horse, NCHA money-earner, World Show Qualifier, ROM Performance and Sire of: NCHA Money-earners, Performance Point Earners. Her breeding includes the greats like Peppy San Badger, Doc Bar, Docs Lynx and more. Dude is a great stallion that we kept by Zinks Major Kid. His dam , Panas May Day, is by AQHA Champion Pana Dude, and she was shown AQHA and has a halter point. Dude’s pedigree also includes Major Bonanza, Diamond Dan Dee, Page Lee, Sipper W and more. Dude has some unique white markings, and is a very pretty golden color. Great bone, big hip, pretty head and a winning disposition. Dude was started by Jordan Crabtree in Ferndale, WA and he was a great horse to start, Jordan enjoyed riding Dude. This filly is bred to perform and is very athletic. McCoy is owned in partnership by us and Allison Trimble Paparoa. She was born 9/8/17. $2,500.

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KT Abbie Get Yo Gun

KT Abbie Get Yo Gun, “Yo,” is out of Charros Dandy Miss, “Pistol,” and by KT Jackpot City. Pistol, has been shown NFQHA, has been featured on the NFQHA rule book and in the NFQHA magazine. She is a great working ranch horse, rope horse, and the kids can ride her as well. Pistol’s sire, Gold Country Charro is a dunskin stallion that was shown in 1998 and 1999 in halter at local shows. KT Jackpot City is out of Lenas Abbie N Charge and is by City Smarts. “Abbie” is a daughter of Smart Like Lena with Mr. Charge Bar on the bottom side. Smart Like Lena is a son of Smart Little Lena and has lifetime earnings of over $89,000.00 a ROM in cutting, and has sired offspring earning over $100,000 in NCHA money. Many people think of Mr. Charge Bar, on Abbie’s bottom side, as a racehorse, which he was, but he also was an NCHA money earner, had 33 AQHA performance points, 11 halter points, and an SI of 75. City Smarts is by An Educated Guess, 385 reining points, and the highest point earning son of Smart Chic Olena. City has a full brother that is a reiner and priced at $13,000. This is a pretty moving filly with tons of ability. Yo was born 7/15/17. $3500

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Black 2002 daughter of Pic Remedy

Pics Bar Bee, “Blackie”  is a black 2002 daughter of Pic Remedy, an own son of Doc’s Remedy, out of a Willie War Chic bred mare. This mare has many greats on her papers including Doc Bar, Teresa Tivio, Sugar Vandy, War Chic, and Deck Oiler to name some. She is bred for performance and run and has that look. Very keen head, square body, and a great personality. Blackie loves attention and is easy to be around. With a pedigree like Blackie‘s it would be hard to go wrong to add her to the herd. Blackie color tested as a true black, a/a, but heterozygous main and tail black, E/e. Blackie is bred to Captains Double Coy for 2018, she is being sold as a two way. $2500

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Mud, Mud and more Mud

I won’t say what I consider the mud stuff that is hanging out in all of the pens. Lets just say that it smells and looks like more than just mud. It really adds an extra element of excitement when a person is trying to halter break 2 fresh colts. In the weaning pen this week we pulled out Goldencents and Sheriff. They are the last two non-black mane and tail foals that have been weaned. Goldencents is a really big colt and Sheriff is a normal sized colt. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday we decided to give ourselves a break and only work on 2 this week. These 2 were as good as any. Then the rain started. Before we knew it we had mud stuff everywhere. By Tuesday it was so bad that Toni couldn’t do more than catch them and tie them up. Even after doing that, Toni had mud stuff dripping off of her face and covering every inch of her body. We went ahead and moved the colts across the driveway into the pen that Smokey and C are in because it is bigger, drains better, and even with 4 colts in it, was way drier than the halter breaking pen. Things went much better after that.


On Wednesday Toni took the kids to see great grandma since school was a half day for Thanksgiving break. The kids love going to see great grandma, and mom and Toni take them out to lunch too; which is definitely a bonus. I was going to go with them but we had Gary the horse shipper scheduled to come that day so I stayed home and waited for him. We just knew he was coming in the afternoon. He finally made it out at 5, so Toni and Kade were there to help load. Of our foals, Yokel and Rimfire left, heading to their new homes. We also had Gypsy here, another weanling out of Gunner that belongs to a friend. Rimfire and Gypsy went to the same place. With three foals to load, it was nice to have Kade out there to hold Yokel. The three foals loaded like little champs. It was dark and into a nice clean trailer, but they loaded fine anyway. Gary was out of here within 10 minutes. While I was waiting for Gary I took the opportunity to get some new pictures of the bulls we have for sale and update the website. If anyone is interested in an Angus, Hereford, or Braford bull, check out what we have.


On Thursday we celebrated Thanksgiving at Toni’s house. We had a turkey for the bird eaters. But us beef eaters had a Tri Tip, which was smoked to perfection. We also had pies, potatoes, stuffing, green beans, rolls, and everything else. We had some good friends come join us and Uncle Skip made the drive. Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays as it is about food (our favorite thing!) and giving thanks for all that a person has. We go around the room and talk about what we are thankful for. The kids always say some funny things, but it is also interesting to hear what they are thankful for . One guy, we won’t name names, is thankful for Bison.


On Friday Toni, Kicker, Kade and Sonny headed to Clarkston for a Meacham Thanksgiving and to cut down their Christmas tree. They always have fun up there and the kids (and probably Kicker) like to cut down their tree. I had the pleasure of meeting out second youth foal winner, Jennifer, and we loaded Sheriff and he left with her. Also on Friday, Ben, Anna, Kaine and I worked the heifers and steers calves.


On Saturday and Sunday we worked all of the cows and bulls, so everything has been worked for 2017. Now we can start calving next month, or in a couple of weeks. People always ask if winter is our “down time.” We don’t actually have a down time. Because Ben is off for most of the month of December we start calving in early December. Our fall cows are done calving by the end of October (or so we hope), so between the end of fall calving and the beginning of spring calving, we wean calves and foals, work all livestock, build fence around the corn stalks, and try to catch-up on everything that needs to be done. That list is never complete. We also went ahead and put out our bulls for the fall calving cows and got a good look at the fall calves. We have a couple tentatively picked out for the kids to show next year.


On Tuesday Toni shipped Goldencents to his new home and we got two new mares:

A Little Shadie Chic is a dark palomino mare that has been shown on the reining circuit, specifically NRHA taking home the 2006 Reserve Regional Experience Reining Region One. This mare continued her show career earning multiple points. Shadie continued to take young people to the show ring until becoming a broodmare. Shadie is an own daughter of Comandalena who has earned over $143,000.00 and 260.5 points. On the bottom side Shadie is a granddaughter of A Little Shady Jac, earner of $17,715.86 in NRHA and AQHA points. Doc Tom Tucker, Hollywood Jac 86, Fritz Command, and Smart Little Lena are on Shadie’s papers. Shadie is 5 panel neg and carries one creme gene.


Miss Lil Dash, “Missy,” is a 2009 running built gray mare out of Scats Dash, an own son of Action Cash. This mare’s bottom side goes back to Blue Try out of Plenty Try. This breeding has been a winning combination running barrels. These are tough horses with speed, agility, and grit.

Missy
We know we always say we don’t need anymore mares, and we don’t. However, this was too good of an opportunity to pass up with the breeding that these mares bring to our program.

After Goldencents left Toni pulled Cupid and Major in and got halters on them. Dad and Toni then moved them in with Cee and Smokey because the halter breaking pen is still too muddy. Toni is really enjoying only halter breaking 2 at a time. We are over the half way mark and most of the sold foals have shipped, so that takes quite a bit of the pressure off to get the foals going and shipped out. The fun continues here. We are hearing that the rain is going to continue, which is great because we need it. We will continue to try and deal with the weather and plug away at the work that needs to be completed before spring.

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Gray mare by of Scats Dash for sale

Miss Lil Dash, “Missy,” is a running built gray mare by of Scats Dash, an own son of Action Cash. This mare’s bottom side goes back to Blue Try out of Plenty Try. This breeding has been a winning combination running barrels. These are tough horses with speed, agility, and grit. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/miss+lil+dash $1500, she is open so you can get her bred early in 2018.

Missy

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2017 Buckskin Colt

KT Major on a Mission is a buckskin colt out of Coastal Tourist Trap, “Piper,” and by KT Heza Pana Dude. Piper is a daughter of AQHA point earner Cue Bars Laddie and NRCHA and AQHA cowhorse and cutting mare Cutters Tourist Trap. This is a mare with a superior pedigree, with point earners and working cow horses all over. This is a pretty, feminine, bay filly. NFQHA eligible.Dude is a great stallion that we kept out of Zinks Major Kid. He has some unique white markings, and is a very pretty golden color. Great bone, big hip, pretty head and a winning disposition. Dude was started by Jordan Crabtree in Ferndale, WA and he was a great horse to start, Jordan enjoyed riding Dude. This colt will be outstanding cow, arena and/or ranch horses. He was born 3/8/17. $2,500

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