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KT Blue Starlight is an impressive colt with a pedigree that speaks for itself. He is out of Blue Eyed Reflection, a daughter of Colonels Reflection, a point earning stallion and son of Colonel Freckles. She is out of Reba Lynx, who was a daughter of Docs Lynx with One Gun on the bottom side. Blue Eyed Reflection’s full brother has his ROM and her sister is a barrel horse. VERSATILE! This colt’s sire is Just Plain Starlight, “Colonel,” who 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. Wright on Sugarnic is by Lenas Wright On, World Champion Jr. Working Cow Horse, Reserve World Champion Jr. Reining, ROM, AQHA point earner. Wright on Sugarnic’s dam, Just Plain Sugari, has NCHA earnings of $111.31 and is an AQHA point earner. She is a granddaughter of Smart Little Mesa, Slide Me Again and Just Plain Colonel, who are all money and pt earners. He was born 6/01/21. $4,500
KT Smart Fortune is by KT Jackpot City and out of Taris Smart Fortune, “Lola.” Lola was professionally trained by Scott Martin. She is an own daughter of Tari Smart, who has won over $12,000 NCHA. Her pedigree also includes Smart Little Lena, Peppy San, Freckles Playboy, and Smokin Jose are on her papers. Lola has been used as a ranch horse and has had some cutting training. 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. Mr. Charge Bar 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. Fortune was born 2/26/21. $3,500
KT To Bee King is a showy palomino colt out of Frankly Rosie and By Double Captain Coy. “Rosie” is a lovely grey mare out of Frankly Majestic, an Okie Leo bred stud, and Rosie is Tuff Continental bred on the bottom. She has a remarkable disposition and a excellent confirmation. Double is one of our senior stallions, his foals have an exceptional disposition and are a great using horse for any arena. His breeding includes Major Bonanza, Alotta King and more. This colt is going to be a great ranch, using or arena horse, he has a pedigree that is packed with both speed and performance. He was born 5/26/21. $4,500
KT My Tawny Tesla is out of KT Pink Cadilac and is by Doll Docsan, “Leroy.” Pinky is a nice big mare by Captains Double Coy and out of MyLittleRedPorche. Toni showed Pinky halter as a weanling and yearling, to local shows and a few NFQHA shows, for in hand trail. We then used on the ranch for a few years. She has a great pedigree filled with both running and cow, Coys Bonanza, Sugar Bars Major King and more. Leroy has a performance packed pedigree along with a very good disposition. He was a very smooth ride with tremendous talent, beautiful movement and huge stop. He was quiet and trainable which he passes along to his foals; he consistently produces fantastic foals with looks, color, conformation and brains. Leroy has produced 1 foal that has NRHA earnings. He also has a 3 year old competing in Western Dressage, was 3rd in Canada in July 2016 and has racked up more 1st place finishes since then. He is sired by Dolls Union Jac- ROM, NRHA earnings, and sired foals that have earnings in excess of $310,000.00 in NRHA, as well as earnings in NRCHA, Buckskin Assoc., and the AQHA world show. Leroy’s dam is Docsan Jeany who has produced foals with earnings in excess of $3700.00 and AQHA point earners. Tawny was born 7/3/21. $3,500
It is HOT HOT HOT outside. Anna rode Kadee and Kade rode Slick first thing Monday morning, after feeding the show animals and getting them tied up under the fans. They washed after. We got their Nile Heifer videos submitted, applications in the mail. The kids did chores and then went up to take care of their show animals. Toni and I moved water. After dinner Ben, Kaine and I went out and fixed the fence around circle 4, the calves were crawling through it and it was no longer hot.
Tuesday was even hotter. Toni and my internet were both down, for different reasons. Since Toni works out of her house, she got herself an AT&T hotspot for the days her internet is down. Toni’s ac also went out. Her and Jaxsen weren’t feeling very well. Anna rode Kadee early again. The kids went down and did chores early, and Toni moved water before I got home. Anna texted after they got home that Kade’s heifer had a swollen area, I texted the picture to Sheena at Sagehill Vet, we decided it was most likely a sting, put some topicals on it, and waiting to see what it looked like in the morning. Anna, Kaine and I went out to let the heifers and steers loose at round 9, when it got down to the 90s, and then played with the donkey and mini horses for a bit.
By Wednesday you are just thinking is it ever going to cool down?? Kendel took the kids down to Scootney to swim in the lake after they got down washing their steers and heifers. Toni was working in her attic, it is cooler up there since it is a smaller area, less windows, and has it’s own AC unit. None of the steers or heifers ate well, it has just been too hot and not cooling down. Toni and Jaxsen were both still sick. Toni didn’t even move the water on Wednesday, just left it where it was. We had also put a sprinkler on a railroad tie at the corral to let the horses in the corral go under it and get some relief from the heat.
Thursday Anna got up early to ride Kadee, it was like 77 that early, woohoo. Since it cooled down a little at night the heifers and steers started eating again. Toni still has not AC and no internet. Jaxsen thinks he is close to death. The bull got out and it was a little dramatic for Jaxsen. By the time he finished his hysterics Toni had the fence fixed. He said it was the worst thing ever and Toni said it would have been worse on Wednesday.
Friday, all three of the big kids washed their heifers and steers first thing. Anna and I went out and checked cows after she got done washing, and we fixed a little fence. Then Anna, Kaine and I went to the dentist, we tried to go to lunch first, but Double Dragon is still not open for dine in. So I guess we did not try to go out to lunch, we did, but just not where we wanted. We went to Panda Express since it was basically across the street. Then we went to the dentist, went and got some groceries, got dinner for everyone, and came home. Chad and Andrew were out, so Toni was already down with them trimming horses. Kade did not feel well, we think he had a little heat exhaustion, so he was home napping. Anna, Kaine and Jaxsen went up to do cow chores when they got done with chores.
Friday night/Saturday morning our hay was baled, Kick was up all night watching that. Ben, Anna, Kaine and I got up at 4 to get the cows in and doctor eyes. Toni got up at a more reasonable time since Allie was coming to preg check horses and bring Queenie and Cammie back. We were done working the calves by around 11, left the calves the kids plan to show in 2022 in, we had an early lunch break and then Toni called to tell me Allie was a few hrs out, so I told her I was going to sleep. Ben, Anna and Kaine cleaned the yard for a little while, and then Anna and Kaine took a nap and Ben went to fix circles. We woke up and Toni and Allie had finished, and it was chore time. Six of the seven mares that were checked were in foal, so that is great news. The bad news is that one of them already shows signs of complications, so now Toni has to get three mares in to give Regumate to and one mare twice per day to try to keep the complications at bay. It is going to be a long 11-month gestation.
Sunday our cousins came over for our annual go to the lake on the 4th event, Anna, Kaine, Kade, Ben and I were not here last year, we were at New Plymouth at a steer show, but they all came anyway. LOL Marlo got there early to help us set up. Mar and Leslie brought over street tacos, Mom brought potato salad and apricot pie (apricots were fresh from Kameron and Christine Jenks), Erina and Terry brought finger foods, and Kendel brought Tres Leche cake. Then we all went down to the lake. At about 5 pm Leroy brought his herd into the middle of the party so everyone could see them. The foals did really well around the floaties and loud children. Leroy got petted by all that wanted to pet him, then the horses left. Toni and I took a break at chore time to go and do chores, Ben and Anna also took a break for the cattle chores. McCall and Leslie ran home to do their chores, but basically everyone stayed until around 10:30. Happy 4th Everyone.