Posts Tagged With: Quarter Horses for sale

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: We had lots of people out over the weekend, which results in LOTS of pictures.

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KT Magic Freckle

KT Magic Freckle is an adorable red dun filly out of Play With My Freckle, “Maggie,” and is by KT Reed Me a Double, “Reed.” Reed is a phenomenal grullo son of 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. Reed’s pedigree includes Coy’s Bonanza, Alotta King, Joker’s Gail, Major Bonanza, Fritz Command and Zan Parr Sun. Maggie is a daughter of Playper a son of Freckles Playboy and earner in NRHA, ROM, competed and placed in the world show, and had 83 reining points and 2 points in cowhorse. Playper’s sire needs no introduction, but his dam, Doc Bar Linda, was a cool horse in her own right becoming an AQHA Performance Champion, Superior Halter, Superior Showmanship, Superior Hunter under Saddle, placing at the wold how in multiple divisions, and a ROM. Maggie’s dam, Especial Freckle was shown reining, and goes back to Special Cutter who had NCHA earnings and was a son of Cutter Bill. Maggie also has Doc Bar on her papers along with Colonel Freckles, Freckles Playboy, and Betty’s Mount. This is a really well bred filly, very friendly and kind. This is a more moderately built horse the has stayed true to her breeding. She was born 6/30/19. $3,000

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” What the country needs is dirtier fingernails and cleaner minds.” Will Rogers

Monday was a beautiful, sunny day, it was a little rainy first thing, but that cleared up. TLC came and butchered a Hereford cow for some grass fed beef Monday, Toni, Anna and Kaine were in charge. All of the show heifers came up to the fence to watch. Monday afternoon we had a down pour and thunder and lightning, Toni, Anna and Kaine had chores pretty much done when I got here, I just opened the gate. The town of Connell actually got enough water to be considered “flooded” but we didn’t get that much water. Ben and Kicker brought big grass hay bales down for the yearlings, Double’s pen and King’s pen during the lighting storm, so we did not help them. Toni also had an interview with Capital Press on the basics of ag bankruptcies.


Tuesday morning was still rainy, we woke up to Lizzie having a cute buckskin colt, Gunner/Lizzie foals have Car gun names, so his name is Chrysler Crossfire. We needed to get some pics of Dolly for AQHA to file for lost papers, so we got all 4 sides of her. Toni, Anna and Kaine had most of chores done. Kade and Jaxsen were still with their other grandparents. Then we went to my house and Toni and I went out and checked on Sagebug’s pen while Anna and Kaine took care of the steers and fed the bottle calves. Next, Anna and I went down and Anna put her home remedy on Hottie’s sarcoids, Burning is getting to be a big boy and is not coming out with Hottie and is staying with his aunt Izzy, Anna is not happy about it. She loves that colt. We are all glad he is a colt, or Anna would ask her Grandpa if she can keep him and Grandpa would agree to basically anything Anna asks for. And that is the reason Anna has 2 yearling fillies, not 1 like everyone else. Ben and Kicker went down and got the Hereford bull in that is going to go to Colville and locked him in the corral.


Wednesday we woke up to more rain, the desert country really needs it, it was starting to get pretty dry. However, I am sure people with hay down, or people that need to get their hay down, are not happy. Toni had mediation day, so Anna and Kaine stayed home to do their school work done. Mom and dad had to run to town for Dr appts. On Wednesday we got some pictures of a horse we called Lera, she is now called Annie, at her not new home. Annie is by Gunner and out of Stinger, so a full sister to Mil and Stunner. She is really a nice all around horse, goat tying, ranch horse, roping, you name it and she does it. Kade and Jaxsen were home Wednesday, so the three kids did chores, and Jaxsen did his chore, and I asked him if he missed me and he said no, so I guess he needs to stay at Grandma Sherris longer. Since Toni was in a mediation I took the kids home with me, when Toni got home she came to get them.


Thursday was cool and overcast, but not rainy. In the morning a POA mare arrived to breed to Dude. She already has a foal by a quarter horse stud at her side that is adorable. Dad and the boys took bulls and met Jeff Dawson in Davenport in the afternoon. Dad bought them burgers, and according to the boys they were the smallest burgers ever and there were no fries. So they were very thankful grandma had cookies made for them when they got home. After chores the three older kids came home with me to feed and work on their steers and clean out the part of the barn where their steers were.

It was still cooler than normal on Friday. Toni had to go to court again on Friday morning, to continue a foreclosure. I got out Costco order today, so we have a few more weeks of groceries. After Toni got back from court, a couple arrived from central Oregon to look at the foals with their 5 year old daughter. So Toni, Anna, and Kade showed them the ranch and Toni took plenty of pics of the little girl, Maddy. They really wanted Firepower and he met their expectations so they bought him.


Saturday we had a full day, Ty left in the morning, he loaded like a champ, then I took Kade and the three older kids and I got their Angus heifers we bought from the Evergreen sale in, so we can take them on Filer in June. We caught them and they washed them and their steers to get them back into show shape. We also had more virtual videos to video to get uploaded for all of the virtual shows we are doing.

Toni showed horses, and sold Shiney New Bug. The gals that came Saturday had an 8 month old baby girl with them that Toni would have liked to have kept, but they would not agree. When we got done with all of that Coco took Anna, Kade and Kaine shooting, and I worked on the videos for the next three virtual shows. Leslie, Whitney, Mar and kids showed up to get Mar’s mare, bring Rocky the paint gelding, and switch the Hereford bulls. That should have been an easy transition, but somehow the Hereford bull we had, French Toast, had gotten out into the desert, but he was willing to come back in once we got the gate open for him. He is a pretty good bull to be around. Leslie brought us Scrat, which was a bull Anna showed about 5 years ago, so another tame bull.


Sunday is when we celebrate Memorial Day, so first thing Mom, Dad, and Anna took off for St. John to decorate the graves. Anna let us know that the haystack had fallen down and smashed the fence. Sunday we were ultrasounding in the morning, so we got D and Hottie out of Leroy’s pen, hauled Dapple down from Sagebug’s pen. Anna, mom and dad stopped at Grandpa’s gravestone in Connell on the way back. Toni, Kaine and Kade helped Allie with the horses.

Elsie, our last outside mare, showed up about the same time as Allie, so I went up to meet them. We went down and looked and Leroy and then put Elsie in the corral. Our next group was there when I got done with that, or before, so we jumped in the blazer and went around and looked at all of the foals on her list. Gunner and his pen were hiding, so Toni had to come out and help us find them. We finally did. AJ is buying Walt. We were all starving at this point, but Kicker offered to take Kade and Kaine shooting so they forgot they were hungry and left. Jason showed up to get Dapple and take her home as she was 35 days pregnant, and the other big news was that Mil was confirmed in foal! So excited to see what she produces. Once we were done ultrasounding, Toni hauled D back to Leroy and grabbed Elsie and put her down there too.

After all was done, we got chores done and finished out another very productive week.

 

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KT Magic Freckle

KT Magic Freckle is an adorable red dun filly out of Play With My Freckle, “Maggie,” and is by KT Reed Me a Double, “Reed.” Reed is a phenomenal grullo son of 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. Reed’s pedigree includes Coy’s Bonanza, Alotta King, Joker’s Gail, Major Bonanza, Fritz Command and Zan Parr Sun. Maggie is a daughter of Playper a son of Freckles Playboy and earner in NRHA, ROM, competed and placed in the world show, and had 83 reining points and 2 points in cowhorse. Playper’s sire needs no introduction, but his dam, Doc Bar Linda, was a cool horse in her own right becoming an AQHA Performance Champion, Superior Halter, Superior Showmanship, Superior Hunter under Saddle, placing at the wold how in multiple divisions, and a ROM. Maggie’s dam, Especial Freckle was shown reining, and goes back to Special Cutter who had NCHA earnings and was a son of Cutter Bill. Maggie also has Doc Bar on her papers along with Colonel Freckles, Freckles Playboy, and Betty’s Mount. This is a really well bred filly, very friendly and kind. This is a more moderately built horse the has stayed true to her breeding. She was born 6/30/19. $3,000

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KT Cue Bars Shining

KT Cue Bars Shining is a charismatic brown colt 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. He was born 5/26/19. This is a very agile colt with a lot of flex, he would make a fantastic performance horse. $2,500

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KT Shining Blue King

KT Shining Blue King is a fancy colt is out of KT Copper Queen Isabelle, “Izzy,” and by Shining Blue DR, “Bish.” Bish 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. Bish’s dam is Plum Sparkling who is by Shining Sparkler, a gorgeous palomino son of Reining and Reined Cowhorse Leading Sire Shining Spark . Izzy is out of Captains Double Coy and KT Copper Queen Cleo. This is a filly that was our first 4th generation foal. We were able to show her prior to her injury, and now we use her on the ranch. She really goes after the cows. Izzy’s pedigree includes many greats like Major Bonanza, Sizzlin Hot, Major King, Docs Dee Bar and more. This colt was born 5/10/19. $5,000

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KT Shining May Lady

KT Shining May Lady is a cute filly out of BB Warriors Dolly, “Dolly,” and by Shining Blue Dr, “Bishop”. 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. 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. Bish’s dam is Plum Sparkling who is by Shining Sparkler, a gorgeous palomino son of Reining and Reined Cowhorse Leading Sire Shining Spark. This should be an athletic filly that will excel in many arenas. She was born 5/6/19. $2,500

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Lots still going on, even with the pandemic.

Monday was a beautiful day, a little breezy, but not bad. Nothing out of the ordinary happened on Monday. Toni’s file person started. They had chores done when I got home. Dad had to go to Kennewick to get his prescription, so he went by Safeway and went by Musser Brothers to pick up the tools we bought. It was a pretty ordinary day.


Tuesday Strawberry had a fancy bay roan filly. Toni had Chloe come out at 11 to look at Fast. Then at 1 she had people out looking at the Hereford bulls, and she sold Eric, the polled Hereford 10Y son that we had been using. In Pasco we had a little storm roll through, with rain, thunder and lightning. McKenna is back from Oklahoma and came out to see us Tuesday night, the kids were so excited they left their backpacks at moms. The three older kids showed off their steers, showed off the bottle calves, showed her the show videos. Everyone is just so excited she is back, but we all miss McCall.


Wednesday was still windy and stormy. State court started again, so Toni had court, but the Judge called her, so she didn’t have to go anywhere. But it does require her to sit and wait for the call and not be on the phone. That is difficult. Coco and the kids helped Kendel herd her cows back to Kendel’s house, I guess one did not want to go and ran all over, the kids were worn out when they were done, so Coco let them skip chores. It took 11 people to move one cow, but they finally got her. Kicker and Ben showed up to help right at the end. Even Jaxsen helped. Because Coco let the kids rest, she had to do Jaxsen’s chore and fed Kool and Double. We put Colonel in with Blue to hand breed, but she did not think she was in heat yet. Then we put up some poles in the alley by my house. The three older kids worked on their steers, cleaned the barn and fed the bottle calves, so Jaxsen was stuck holding one side of the pole, he was not overly amused by this. Lots of fiddly farting around when all he has to do is hold one side of the pole up. Not hard!


Thursday was rainy and stormy in the morning. Shanan and Pete came up from Boise to look at the foals, the biggest issue they had was that they liked too many! They finally settled on Splinter because Splinter is just awesome. Well, we think all of our foals are awesome, but whatever. Then Thursday afternoon, Roger and Holly came to look at Hereford bulls. We just have 2 yearling Herefords left. Lots going on Thursday. We continued to work on the alley at my house. The three older kids work on their steers when we are down there, so poor poor Jaxsen had to help us. He was very happy that Coco came down and helped Thursday, he somehow managed to disappear. Seriously, we couldn’t find him. And he doesn’t answer when you yell his name.


Friday Lendy and Goldie both foaled, both had palomino colts. Dad texted that Goldie had foaled at his house, well she isn’t at his house, but he was still right that she had foaled.

The three older kids and McKenna worked on the 6 clubby steers and Foxy. McKenna showed them how to clip their clubby hair better and worked on fitting. Jaxsen went with Toni to court on Friday for the morning. I told Toni to bring us back Mexican food, but wasn’t specific, so she brought Taco Bell which I do not consider Mexican. After lunch, Jaxsen and I tied up the other steers. Then we took videos for the Sasquatch Showdown. Coco brought Keegan, Lauren and Andrew down to help do chores and pet the horses, which Toni showed them around when she was done with her meetings. Because I was late, Keegan and Coco had to help Toni doctor Slider and he didn’t like the new people, but he was still ok.


Saturday morning a couple came out from Yakima to look at Ty. Toni took them out to the desert to see Ceecee and Gunner, which sold them on Ty. Of course the weather was stormy Saturday so the colts acted like yearling colts, meaning they had to run them to the corral to catch them.

Later on Saturday we got the Hereford cows in and sorted off the 5 late calving pair and the bull, and moved them down to mom and dads. We sorted off the 3 bigger bull calves and put them in with the big bull calves. We put the rest in with the main herd. We took the big bull calves out of Sagebug’s pen and moved them to circle 5. We switched pastures with the big bull calves and the main herd. We banded some of the bull calves that aren’t going to be good enough to be a bull. So we sorted and moved cattle most of Saturday.

Kicker mowed Russian Olive trees in the afternoon and Ben worked on the continuous fence. We got the alley behind my house finished up Saturday evening. Saturday night we had Skip’s birthday party. Toni made lasagna, Ben made a salad and mom made pies and rolls, it was all really good.


Sunday morning Papa Barry and Grandma Sherri came and got Jax and Kade and took them home for a few days. They still have to do school work. In the afternoon on Sunday we got the last of the horses in from circle 5, Payton went in with Jackpot, Goldie with Sagebug and Strawberry with Gunner. Lizzie and Lona went to the house since they still need to foal. Strawberry and Lizzie did not want to come in, so it took a rodeo to get them in. Leslie brought Mar’s mare down to breed to King. Kicker mowed Russian Olive trees and Ben continued to work on the continuous fence. When the lightening was above us, we all headed in for a few minutes, then went back to work. Rain doesn’t stop us! We are hand breeding a couple of mares, which is not our preferred method, but sometimes we do it. Still doctoring the stuff that has managed to get hurt, and have all of our normal chores, inclusive of moving water.

We are down to just a handful of mares left to foal, including our AI foal for this year. We had planned to ultrasound on Sunday, but that was postponed.

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Last Week in Pictures

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