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Toni gathering the horses

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Two Double Fillies


Toni and Anna working on two Double fillies, Eclipse and Little Blackie.

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KT Hot Shot of Mocha

KT Hot Shot of Mocha is a charming buckskin filly by KT Gunpowder N Lead, “Gunner,” and out of KT Mocha Fudsey Lean, “Mocha.” Gunner is a dun roan son of Cue Bars Laddie, AQHA point earning and producing stallion. Gunner’s dam, 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. Gunner was broke to ride in Allison Trimble from Ferndale, WA training program and was ridding by Jordan Crabtree. Mocha is a fancy bay mare with an award winning disposition. Her breeding includes Smart LIttle Lena, Docs Oak, Tuff Continental, Jackie Bee, Imperial Dixie, Thirsty Blue Boy, Coy’s Bonanza, Wimpy, Skipper W, Little Joe the Wrangler and more. She was born 3/7/18. $2,500

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KT Gunners Stunner

KT Gunners Stunner is a black filly, that is a full sister to KT Gun in a Million. She is by KT Gunpowder N Lead and out of Wright on Sugarnic, “Stinger.”‘ This filly is bred to the hilt, her dam, Wright On Sugarinic (Stinger) Won Pro division of the Cascade Cutters Futurity and is an own daughter of Lenas Wright On. Her 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. She is also the dam of our Stallion, Just Plain Starlight. Top side, this filly is out of KT Gunpowder N Lead (Gunner) is a son of Cue Bars Laddie. Cue Bars Laddie is a roan stallion that 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. Gunner is out of Charros Dandy Miss (Pistol) who was shown NFQHA and local shows. Great cow horse/ranch horse/rope horse. Homozygous for black mane and tail, and a dunskin. Gunner has greats on his papers like Peppy San, Doc O’Lena, Dandy Derby, Docs Jack Frost, and Imperial One. Gunner took the best of both and is a dunskin roan. Broke to ride in the Allison Trimble program and a very nice stallion. This filly is going to be a fantastic prospect and has the eye catching color. She was born 4/17/17. $3,500


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With the crazy weather we have had

With the crazy weather we have had, we are all happy we only have the one foal so far. One day snow, the next day run around with not coat, the next day wind so hard shingles come off of the roof. February is historically one of the coldest months, and that is true this year!

                Even with the cold weather, Toni and Anna have been hard at work halter breaking Whim and Little Blackie. They are claiming that they are the best foals ever and they wish they all were this good.  Whim and Little Blackie are a funny pair. They get along really well, but look hysterical together. Whim is every bit of 14 hands and long and leggy, Little Blackie is a short squat little gal that is as wide as she is tall.  Little Blackie doesn’t get excited, but Whim likes to watch everything.  Whim is very fluid in his movement and elegant, Little Blackie would rather stand than walk and just wants attention.  It has been really fun to have Whim, he is a fast learner, loves attention, yet has some spirit. 

                The fencing continues. Due to the frozen ground and snow, the focus has been on repairs and putting up gates.  Toni, Dad, Coco and Anna hung two gates across the driveway, so we can close them when mom and dad are gone or can use them as an alley to move animals across the driveway. In the winter wind, the KT sign at the end of the driveway was blown down. Coco had a great idea to fix that area and get a sign back up. Toni and Coco started working on that this week as well. Grabbing older boards and rehabilitating them to work for the sign.

Thursday afternoon Cupid got picked up by the Woods and made his way home to Sandpoint. Cupid was one of our favorites, but so far it sounds like he is loved in Sandpoint too. Friday one of our farriers was out, Chad Whetzel, and Chad and I spent most of the day trimming horses. The mini colt, Darryl, loves Chad, however, he did not like that I was holding his mom to get her feet trimmed, so he kicked me in the leg. So of course he had to be disciplined. Both he and Baby T, from last year, are for sale if anyone is looking for a miniature horse. 

Saturday we moved Lola and Doll to the house and put them in with the old pony Smoke. They seem to really like being in their own pen, with Smoke following them around. CeeCee, Bebe, Lemon Drop, and Mil all loved seeing Doll and are still standing by the fence watching her.  I am not sure they know what she is, she is a very tiny little filly. Hopefully soon we will start having more foals, a lot of the mares are looking very heavy.


Saturday night we had our annual Franklin County Cattlemen’s banquet. We have a lot of fun with family and friends at this event every year. Our cousin Leslie is the president of Franklin County Cattlemen’s this year, so it makes it extra special.  

Dad and mom watched the kids Saturday night, so Dad, Anna, Kaine and Kade checked cows Sunday morning and did chores. The kids love checking cows in the morning and it makes it extra special to do it with grandpa. Dad also made them pancakes and they got Chinese for dinner.


Sunday was very windy, again, that fun February weather.  Some office work got done, but we also had calves to tag.  People are still coming to look at bulls, calves are still being born, and we are getting the cows in to sort and start AI on Friday. It has still been too cold for the kids to use their new wash rack, but they are anxiously waiting to use it.

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Meet the Mares: Frieda

Pollys Leagurette, “Freida” is a 2001 daughter out of Peppys Major Leaguer. Peppys Major Leaguer has his ROM with 83 AQHA points in reining. He was also shown halter and cowhorse. Peppys Major Leaguer has NRHA earnings of $12,824.98 and has qualified for the World show multiple times. He has lifetime earnings over $25,000.00 and was the Open Champion in the Big Sky Derby. Peppys Major Leaguer has a star studded pedigree with performance horses. Freida’s dam, Polliana Peppy earned 1.5 AQHA points in reining with limited showing. Frieda has a pedigree of who’s who with Peppy Badger Chex, Major Bonanza, Cowboy 2 Duster, Quincy Dan, King Fritz, Peppy San Badger, Peppy A Poco, and Doc’s Malbec. This mare combines the foundation with the modern in a great combination. Frieda can really move and has been used on a cattle ranch in Idaho, being shown in 4-H and local shows. We are excited to add Frieda to our herd.

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Meet the Mares: Comet

KT Copper Comet is another great mare that we raised. She is out of Copper Robin Queen, a great all-around mare and we all rode, we was a great ranch horse, dad roped off of her, Toni and Kellie barrel raced her and Toni showed her in 4H. Comet is by Docs Sizzle Bar, a son of Sizzlin Hot, AQHA H-19/P-29; AQHA Champion, Arena ROM; World Champion Sire, ROM Sire, AQHA Champion Sire, Superior Sire, Youth Supreme Champion Sire. Comet is a big mare that we showed for a while NFQHA and at the county fair. She is one of our favorite mares and we have a hard time selling her foals. She has 3 white socks and a white splash over her eye. Comet’s breeding also includes Shenandoll, Reed King Duster, Ed Echols and more. She is NFQHA eligible at 81%.

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Meet the Mares: Miss Kyra

Miss Kyra is a big fancy mare by Remember Smash out of Cashs Juno. Remember Smash is a AAA money earner that was raced very little, several of his foals went to CA to be money earners in barrel racing. His sire is Easily Smashed who was an AQHA race Champion, he had 14 wins and had earnings in excess of $320,000. He had an S.I. of 99 and his foals have earnings of over $9 million. Her dam, Cashs Juno, is by Juno Dat Cash, a AAA and AAAT sire by Dash for Cash, and her dam is by Pasamonte Paul (AAAT and AQHA Champion). Miss Kyra’s pedigree also includes the Old Man, Jet Smooth, Easy Jet, Rocket Wrangler and much much more. Miss Kyra has a fantastic pedigree, an unbeatable confirmation, and a fantastic disposition.

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Checking Mares

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Meet the Mares: Cleo

KT Copper Queen Cleo is one of our favorite mares, she is out of our first foal crop by Docs Sizzle Bar. Her dam was an awesome all-around horse, Copper Queen Robin. Dad roped off of Robin, she was used as a ranch horse, Toni barrel raced off of her and shoed her 4H. She was not used as a brood mare until she was in her 20s. Robin was one of our all-time favorite mares. Cleo bowed her tendon as a weanling, but we were able to put some rides on her as a 2 year old. She has been a super horse to have around, and has really produced some cow eating foals. Her breeding includes Docs Dee Bar, Sizzlin Hot, Gusdusted, Ed Echols, and more. 81% NFQHA

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