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KT Genuine Gunner “Duke”

KT Genuine Gunner “Duke”
Sire: KT Gunpowder N Lead
Dam:  KT Queen ofHollywood
Date Born: 4/10/23
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Color: Buckskin (Roan?)
Price: 5,000
Disease Panel: 6 Panel N/N
Eye-catching buckskin colt out of KT Queen ofHollywood and by KT Gunpowder N Lead. KT Queen ofHollywood is out of one of our favorite mares, KT Copper Queen Cleo, whose dam was an awesome all-around horse, Copper Queen Robin. Dad roped off of Copper Queen Robin, she was used as a ranch horse, Toni barrel raced off of her and showed her 4H. She was not used as a brood mare until she was in her 20s. KT Queen ofHollywood  is by Genuine Dun It, who is the first NCHA money earning son of Hollywood Dun It (NRHA $65,809 and get earning in excess of five million dollars)out of Genuine Starlet (Produce earning over $77,000 and 224 points). KT Gunpowder N Lead is by Cue Bars Laddie, an AQHA point earning and producing stallion, who is out of two money earning parents. KT Gunpowder N Lead’s dam is a mare we have used in all aspects of ranch work and she has been shown NFQHA and was featured on the cover of the NFQHA book. Duke’s pedigree includes greats like Hollywood Dun It, Genuine Doc, Docs Dee Bar, Sizzlin Hot, Gusdusted, Ed Echols, Imperial One, Docs Jack Frost, Dandy Derby and more. This is going to be a flashy, agile colt with a lot of character and color.
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KT Frankly Shez Uptown “Ghost”

KT Frankly Shez Uptown “Ghost”
Sire KT Heza Pana Dude
Dam:  Franks Uptown Zoey
Date Born: 4/5/23
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Color: Palomino w/ Bald Face and two blue eyes.
Price: 10,000
This is a pretty cool filly out of Franks Uptown Zoey and by KT Heza Pana Dude. Franks Uptown Zoey is by Frankly Majestic and out of Reo Annie Get Yo Gun. Frankly Majestic is by Too Bee Frank and is a Okie Leo grandson. Reo Annie Get Yo Gun is a Major Bonanza granddaughter. KT Heza Pana Dude is a great stallion that we kept by Zinks Major Kid. He has some unique white markings that he passed on to this filly. He also passed down his 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.
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KT Miss Hetty

KT Miss Hetty
Sire KT Heza Pana Dude
Dam:  Watch Miss ID, “Twiggy”
Date Born: 5/01/23
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Color: Buckskin
Price: $5,000
Watch Miss ID, “Twiggy” had another charming foal by KT Heza Pana Dude, “Dude.” Dude is a great stallion that we kept by Zinks Major Kid. Dude was started by Jordan Crabtree in Ferndale, WA and he was a great horse to start, Jordan enjoyed riding him. He produces foals have a lot of size, great personalities and are very trainable. He is great to be around and is really a trifecta for us, pedigree, personality and confirmation. His pedigree includes Pana Dude, Major Bonanza, Skipper W and more. Twiggy is a daughter of ID Watch, a red roan AQHA stallion that has earned his ROM. Twiggy’s breeding also includes Two Eyed Jack on her papers, Watch Joe Jack, Mr. Baron Red, and Do Jack. She is a very friendly, moderate framed mare that produces some great performance prospects. She is a favorite to visitors coming out, she loves attention and have very personable foals that are fancy. This filly is going to be fancy with her marking, and have the pedigree to really perform.

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Lots going on, like normal.

Sunday night Toni’s Idaho Shag Abby was missing and Monday morning she was in her dog house, and someone had shaved her. And not very well. The kids worked on clipping their steers and heifers for the upcoming show on Saturday. We had an email from someone traveling through that wanted a buckskin, they stopped and Toni showed them around. Their favorite was Bailley Bug, and they called back Tuesday morning to confirm they wanted him. Ben planted his last corn field for the year on Monday. After I got home we messed around with all of our foals. Minnie and Mouse are still in the dog run. Mouse is not a very friendly little girl considering how much time she had humans handling her. She is kind of ornery.

Tuesday Mom texted Toni in the morning one of the yearlings colts was out, which he was not out when I went by so he had not been out long. He must have been reaching grass under the fence, then he could not figure out how to get back in. And since he is a teenage boy he just could not figure it out. Toni helped him back in and fixed the fence. Then she went down to cut down trees bigger than her saw manual told her she should. Just to prove to the manual the chain saw can cut down bigger trees than they think. Tuesday Toni and I hauled Irish and Gracie back other to Holly’s to breed to Witty again. The kids worked on clipping their animals for the upcoming show after school.  We put up flags in the circle track crossing to try to keep Tank from walking through them. There are wire gates, but he just walks on through. Jordan Pace did a great job desensitizing Tank to things, maybe too good? We also caught The Judge and measured him. As a yearling he stands 14 hands, so not small.

On Wednesday Anna helped with some FFA functions after school, so dad went and picked up the boys. Aram brought his steer over after school to get clipped and Kade and Anna helped him. Kaine dyed his heifers. Jaxsen was there, I am not 100% sure what he was doing. Toni and I went down and fixed Tank’s pen again. The question becomes, how do you keep a stud from walking through a circle gate when the circle needs to be able to walk through the gate?

On Thursday Ben took the red pickup and trailer to work to get shavings for the show and fuel Red up. Anna and Jaxsen dyed their heifers, I am unsure what day Kade dyed his, but they were dyed at some point. Kaine and Kade loaded feed and the chutes into the trailer to be ready to go on Friday.

On Friday we packed up to head to another show with our caravan. Kade and Jaxsen went to school and Kaine and Anna stayed home and packed. Toni called me in the morning to tell me Voodoo foaled and there was a flood at the corral. I told her to take care of voodoo and I will check out the flood situation. So Toni, mom and dad got Voodoo and the colt into the back yard, Voodoo is Molly’s mom, so did not take her foal last year. Mom wanted to give her a second chance. She likes the guy so that is good. The main line had broke, so I called Ben and Kicker, Ben put in an emergency off and Kicker told me what all to shut off at the pumping station. It has been a few years since I shut off or started the pumps. The alley road is lower than the corrals, so the water did not flood the corrals at all, it went down the alley. Then I helped Toni for a bit and went back to finish packing. Terry showed up with Livvy, actually early enough to help Toni with Voodoo, so Toni and Terry took Livy down to put with Tank. We got that done and did chores, Toni picked up the boys and we took off. Toni and Jaxsen took her pickup and the Wilson, Anna and Kade had Red and the Red Trailer and Kaine and I followed in Butte and the camper. Leslie in the Mini Pete and and Eby and Traci in the Escalade joined the caravan at Connell. About 10 miles from Ritzville the transmission overheated in the old red pickup, it was close to 100 degrees and we were headed up a steepish grade. So we pulled over, threw another steer from red into the Wilson, switched vehicles around, so Kaine and I were in Old Red and we moved to the back of the line with Traci following in case we needed to slow down. But it was downhill the rest of the way, so we made it fine. We unhooked and Nick and I set up the campers while everyone else set up the cattle. We had Ben’s meat balls for dinner.

We had the Wheatland jackpot on Saturday. Uncle Joe brought Grandma down to watch all of the kids show, she had a great time. All of the kids did great. Ady and Kade were first in their classes so made it back in for first call and everyone else was second so on standby for the championship round. The show was great. Everyone showed great. At the conclusion of the show, we had dinner with the Angus Association and ice breakers (or a water fight whatever you want to call it) and a Jr Angus meeting. 

                On Sunday we had the Jr Angus show. Again everyone did great. Natalee, Anna and Kaine had Grands and a Reserve champion in their divisions in Bred and Owned. Jaxsen had a champion in his division with Emma Frost (aka Fatniss Eversteen). Kade and Natalee made it back to the championship round with their owned heifers. Kade’s fitting team won so he got a gift card to the Sullivans table and got a nice fitting comb. Natalee and Kade’s owned heifers made it back in to the championship round. We had McCall both days to keep us all in line. Whitney came and took pictures both days, with my camera so I did not have to worry about it, so that was great. We got home without a hitch but had lots of stuff to get home too.

While we were gone the men, mom and dad had a lot of their plate. We lost Leroy, here is the post for anyone that missed it. Losing Leroy was a blow. Even at 22, we still had hope for many more years with him. The men were fixing the main line and lining up welders (Juan who bought Mercedes the weekend before works for Callie’s Welding and hooked us up, really great guy). Tank’s pen continuously got out, Toni and I worked on the fence when we got home. And of course there was the normal work load of chores, checking, water, etc.

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Dunalino Colt w/ spot and 4 socks

KT Double the Jackpot
Sire: KT Jackpot City
Dam:  KT EllyDoubleMelody, “Elly”
Date Born: 3/26/23
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Color: Dunalino w/ spot and 4 socks
Price: $5,000
KT Double the Jackpot is a cute colt out of KT EllyDoubleMelody, “Elly” and by KT Jackpot City. Elly is a cute mare by Captains Double Coy and is out of Sonitas Melody. Ellie was used as a trail horse and has been to lots of clinics and ridden by children. She is a very sweet mare that loves attention and looks a lot like Double. KT Jackpot City is out of Lenas Abbie N Charge and is by City Smarts. He is a fancy dun stallion that had some cutting training and was very cowy and agile. He has a lot of natural ability. His dam 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.

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Last Week in Picture

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Happy 9th Birthday Mil

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We are sad to announce the passing of our stallion, Doll Docsan, aka Leroy

We are sad to announce the passing of our stallion, Doll Docsan, aka Leroy. Leroy had a tremendous personality and was loved by everyone that met him. Although he loved all humans, babies and toddlers were his favorite, where he would stand patiently while they sat, squealed, loved on him. As Leroy was our oldest stallion that we used, he got the distinction of being right in front of the main ranch house, so was the first one all visitors got to see when they came to the ranch. Leroy loved being in the limelight, never failing to give visitors a stallion to pet and visit.  Leroy was a one in a million type of a horse that we were lucky to be able to purchase and bring into our program in his later years.  Leroy was 22 when he passed, but we feel that he was taken too soon. He will be greatly missed. 

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#maremonday Sheza Graceful Cat, “Gracie”

Sheza Graceful Cat, “Gracie”
Sire: Cats Stormin Oak
Dam: Foxy Freckles San
Date Born: 5/11/2006
Color: Sorrel
Gracie is a great mare that has been used on ranch, trail riding and more. She is a great mare that anyone can jump on and she loves attention. Gracie’s sire, Cats Stormin Oak has won $14,320.49 in NCHA dollars. He is a son of High Brow Cat, NCHA $126,252, NCHA COA, AQHA Pt, AQHA Leading Sire, The All Time Leading Sire of Cutting Horses, NCHA-AQHA Sire of the year for 10 consecutive years 2003 thru 2012, Sire of offspring earning over $70 million. Cats Stormin Oak goes back to Docs Oak and Colonel Freckles on the bottom side. Gracie’s dam, Foxy Freckles San is by Festive Fox, who goes back to Two Eyed Jack, and she has Smart Easter Bunny and Freckles Playboy on the bottom. Sheza Graceful Cat (

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FTK Mud On My Stetson, “Ink”

FTK Mud On My Stetson, “Ink”
Sire: Highbrows Lil Shadow, “Stetson”
Dam:  Educated Downndirty
Date Born: 3/9/23
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Color: Black (Color Tested a/a, E/E, 6 Panel N/N)
Price: $10,000
Here is a fancy black colt. His sire, Stetson, is by Smart Lil Highbrow, AQHA H-0/P-18, ROM Cutting, AQHA World Sr Cutting-Top Ten, NCHA $98,049, NCHA COA, Chisholm Trail Classic Co-Reserve Champion, 1993 NCHA Derby 4 yr old Open-Finalist, Abilene Western Derby-Finalist, Augusta Classic-Finalist, NCHA Super Stakes Classic-Finalist, Abilene Western Classic-Finalist, Sire of earners of $514,000+, Full Brother to HIGH BROW CAT. Stetson’s dam, SugarNSpiceSlideNice, is by Banjos Bingo, AQHA Show H-0/P-14, ROM Cutting, NCHA COA-Bronze. Ink’s dam, Educated Downndirty is by An Educated Guess and is out Plain Dark Choclet, “Rudy”. An Educated Guess, the highest earning son of Smart Chic Olena; he has 385 reining points, over $20,000 LTE, Highest AQHA Reining Point Earning, Sixth on the list of ALL TIME LEADING AQHA REINING POINT EARNERS, AQHA World Show: 1999 – 4th Senior Reining, 2000 – 11th Amateur Reining, 2002 – 9th Senior Reining and multiple AQHA & NRHA Circuit Champion. Rudy was shown back in her prime. She is a daughter of Just Plain Colonel, Earner of $52,676. He was a money-earner at the Tropicana 4-Year-Old Open Futurity, at five and six, 1989 PCCHA Open Challenge-5th, 1989 Gold & Silver 5/6-Year-Old Open Stakes-7th, 1988 Reno Western Open Classic-4th.1988 Bonanza Open Classic, 1989 PCCHA Open Top Ten He was a finalist at the 1988 PCCHA Open Tournament of Champions. He is the NRCHA #6 All-Time Leading Sire. JUST PLAIN COLONEL has appeared on leading sire lists every year from 1995 – 2007, and those lists have included reined cowhorse, cutting and reining! On the bottom side Rudy as Par three and Doc N Willy. With a pedigree like this this colt should excel in any arena or make a tremendous stallion.

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