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KT Golden Starlight

KT Golden Starlight is a very attractive palomino colt by Just Plain Starlight, “Colonel,” and out of KT Ruths Golden Girl. Colonel is a son of Tamalight, winner of $21,492.10 in NCHA dollars and COA. Colonel’s dam is Wright on Sugarnic, winner of the Cascade Cutters Futurity. KT Ruths Golden Girl, Goldy, is a really nice mare by Zinks Major Kid and out PDQ Rikki Tikki Lee, “Sissy” that we have kept to use on the ranch. She is Ben’s pick to ride. She is a really nice mare that Toni took to the Othello fair and she was shown halter and western equitation and Ben uses her to rope and general ranch work. This colt has a fantastic pedigree, an unbeatable confirmation, and a fantastic disposition. He was born 5/16/20. $3,500

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KT Shining Cue Tee

KT Shining Cue Tee is a stunning blue roan out of Cue Bars Cue Tee, “Payton,” and by Shining Blue DR, “Bishop.” Payton is an NRCHA and NRHA money earner raised, shown and owned by Allison Trimble of the Coastal Equine breeding program. Payton is still owned by Coastal Equine and this mare comes with the history and strength of the Allison Trimble, Coastal Equine, and Willfully Guided names. Payton is by Cue Bars Laddie and is out of Mickeys Royal. Mickeys Royal is an NRCHA, NRHA producing mare. Cue Bars Laddie has been shown as a reiner, cowhorse and rope horse. He was the recipient of the Open AQHA All Around Trophy and is a CCHA Hall of Fame Horse. Bishop is a very good looking son of Autumnator, who is sired by SMART LITTLE LENA. Smart Little Lena is earner of $743,275, NCHA Triple Crown Op Ch. Autumnator’s dam is AUTUMN BOON is an earner of $244,470 NCHA. Dam of 26 foals, 17 perfs earning $1,003,985 NCHA/WS. Bishop’s dam is Plum Sparkling who is by Shining Sparkler, a gorgeous palomino son of Reining and Reined Cowhorse Leading Sire Shining Spark. It was born 5/15/20. This is a very agile foal with a lot of flex and would make a fantastic performance horse. $3,500

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Last Week in Pictures

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Last Week in Pictures

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KT Warrior Bug

KT Warrior Bug is a Showy Grullo colt out of BB Warriors Dolly, “Dolly,” and by KT Gunner Sage Bug. Dolly is a red roan mare by Pepper Lightning, he goes back to Doc Bar, Light Bar and more. On the bottom side she is a granddaughter of Model Te En Ten, a ROM Halter and Superior Halter horse. She has Azure Te, Mr Blackburn 40 and Impressive on her bottom side. Sagebug is a grullo roan stallion out of Continental Lady Bug and is by KT Gunpowder N Lead. Gunner is a 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. Sagebug was broke to ride by Josh Hoelscher in the Potlatch area. Josh says that Sagebug is one of the smartest colts he has ever ridden, he was only with Josh a few months over the winter, and he was already opening and closing gates on him and riding him all over. This colt was born 5/25/20. $3,500

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KT Star Solider

KT Star Solider is a fancy bay colt out of Sugars Badger Doll, “Camie,” and by Favorite Solider. Camie is a daughter of Star Chex Badger who was a son of Peppy San Badger and earner of $6,450.39 in NCHA earnings and a COA. This mare is a fancy bay roan with Doc Bar on her papers twice as well as Doc’s Malbec, Win or Lose, King Fritz, and is a granddaughter of NCHA cutting  mare Docs Star Chex who earned over $64,000.00 and a ROM. Camie has good bone and muscle as well as a kind eye. Favorite Soldier is a son of Favorite Cartel, Race Record: SI 105, 24-9(3)-2-4(2), $598,069; California Hi-Point Distance Horse, 1st-AQHA Challenge Championship G1, 1st-Los Alamitos Championship Challenge G2, 1st-Paul B Ford Memorial Handicap, 3rd-Rainbow Futurity G1, 3rd-Slm Big Daddy Stakes, 4th All American Futurity G1, Finalist in All American Derby G1, Finalist in Los Alamitos Super Derby G1, Finalist in Rainbow Quarter Horse Derby G1, Finalist in Champion of Champions G1, Finalist in Remington Park Invitational Championship G1, Finalist in Robert L Boniface LA Invitational Championship G1. Favorite Soldier’s dam is Yak Ity Yak Go who has 6 wins to 5, $64,583, 2nd Bellflower S., 3rd Far West Futurity [R] [G3], San Diego S., Lake Forest S., finalist in the Miss Princess H. This colt was born on 5/25. $5,000

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Last Week in Pictures – No Jr Angus Show pictures, I don’t have them uploaded yet.

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Sunday was Flag Day, and with everything going on in our Country right now, honoring the American flag was a fitting end to the week.

Monday was technically the kids’ first days of summer break. But don’t worry, everyone told Jaxsen he still has to read, write, and do math. Nic was bloated again Monday, so Ben had to come home from work and debloat him. The wind came up Monday, so Toni and the kids end of school lunch BBQ was moved into the house. The kids gave Toni a teacher necklace, a lawn dart kit and a trump troll doll as a teacher present. Monday was also Mom’s birthday, so it was also a birthday BBQ so mom and dad came up. We also had one of our grass fed meat buyers come out on Monday and get her meat. Monday was not a BeeBee change day, so I took the kids home to feed their steers and Jaxsen and Toni went and looked for some small posts to use for the circle track gates in circle 5.  They found them, chopped them with the saw to be the right length, then took them down to the “staging” area  for the latest fence building project.

Tuesday was stormy. Mom was really disappointed Lona has not foaled and did not foal on her birthday. She decided that whatever day Lona foals she is changing to her birthday, so Lona is foaling on her birthday. Toni had an appt on Tuesday, so Anna and Kaine stayed home and Kade and Jaxsen went to mom and dads. Anna drove through the field down to mom and dads for chores. We went through our short pole pile to find some that would work for posts for circle gates, we are making Gunner a pen in circle 5 so they are up on irrigated grass. The three older kids are also laying bricks where the old shrub used to be behind the shed at mom and dads, they said they are building grandma a patio.

Still no foal Wednesday morning, mom is starting to think that Lona is not going to foal and she has a tumor. Dr. Hank came out in the morning to do health certificates for the kids’ show cattle to go to Filer. He also looked at Bebe’s leg and wanted us to wrap it differently and put the splint back on. Wednesday night Toni and the kids practiced loading Lala, she did really good. She is a really smart filly. I got home and Anna had a Zoom meeting about going into high school, so we went in and got on the Zoom meeting. We went home after that and doctored BeBe and Lizzie.

Thursday dad took the Polaris to Moses Lake, it is not running very well and will just shut off. He also picked up T Posts for the Gunner pen while there. One of the outside mares, the POA, left in the morning so that she could go get ultrasounded. Toni then had court in the afternoon.  I took Kaine in after work to do a 6th grade drive through, he handed in his stuff out the window and his teachers handed him a packet and a snow cone back in. I also took Kade and Jaxsen in with me to hand in their stuff and get their packets. Anna and Toni finished up chores and went to my house.

Friday I went and got Kade in the morning and the three older kids washed their heifers and steers and spot dyed places that they had missed. I moved the 5th wheel into the yard so we could start packing to go to Filer.

Around noon Toni showed Lala, and then took people for a tour. At one I went down and got Jacque and Malcom and took them for a tour.

The kids started fitting their steers and Foxy at noon and I went down and recorded them when I got done for the Coastal Connection Cyber show. Toni got Lala sold, loaded, and sent. After that we did chores and called it a day.

Saturday it was really raining hard, so we did not really do our outside plans. First thing in the morning Kaine and I ran over to Ochoas to get a couple of kittens. Anna was with us and on our way by we saw Solider had managed to crawl through a pole fence and get into the corral, so Anna walked down the hill to put Cammie with him, she said she would just walk to grandma and grandpas after. Dad took her home because Ben was cooking food for our trip so dad went up to get breakfast. After we got back Anna and Kaine went out and packed the tack in the trailer to take over to Connell Sunday morning. I packed some stuff and took it out to the camper.  Luckily there was  a break in the weather in the afternoon, so Toni showed another group of people the foals. They had a hard time deciding between the foals we have for sale, but finally decided that they needed to have Coy.  We then got chores done and headed home.

Sunday morning we took our tack to Connell to see if we could get it all in the nose of the trailer. Now the trick will be to get it all back out of the nose. Jay and Mar helped us get it in and they will not be there to help get it out. We did get to see baby Reece, we were more excited to see her then she was to see us since she slept through it. KK was excited to see everyone and wants to go with us, but since he is 2 his mom said no. She can be a real fun killer. We stopped at the leprechaun to get Ben a few groceries for all his cooking and we picked some lunch up. This was good because we got stuck behind some pea harvesters on the way home so it was a long drive home. We dropped Toni off at home and Kade came down to our house and the kids worked on their heifers and steers. Then Kaine and Kade helped Ben pick up some circle tires out of circle 4, they got to drive the Little Trojan Loader. We then went down and did chores and doctored BeeBee and Lizzie. Marlo showed up with three more flats of strawberries for mom. We got her hooked up to the little white trailer, figured out why the breaklights weren’t working, and got her back on the road. We actually got in before 8 so the kids and I watched a movie.  Toni had work to do so she just went back to work.

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Last Week in Pictures – It is a little light for us.

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KT Double Whammy

KT Double Whammy is a phenomenal grullo colt by Captains Double Coy and out of Reeds Poco Ms Whinny. Double is one of our senior stallions, his foals have an outstanding disposition and are a great using horse for any arena. His breeding includes Major Bonanza, Alotta King and more. Whinny is a dun mare by Reeds Zan Kid out of Reeds Star Magic. Bred by Reed’s Quarter Horses of Rosalia, WA. This mare is 93% NFQHA and goes back to Dustin Command, Zan Parr Bar, Fritz Command, Star Duster, Skippa String, and Page Lee. This is a colt with a lot of body, a great personality and the breeding to back it up. He has siblings that are barrel horses, roping horses, cutting horses, ranch horses, dude ranch horses, extreme trail horses; they are very versatile. Whammy was born 3/29/20. $3,000

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