Gunner is a fantastic dun roan son of Cue Bars Laddie, AQHA point earning and producing stallion. Gunner is out of two parents that are both homozygous for black mane and tail, so he is the same. 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 is a colt with great bone, legs, hip, lots of growth, and a “can do” attitude. He was broke to ride in Allison Trimble from Ferndale, WA training program and was ridding by Jordan Crabtree. Gunner has been throwing foals with a lot of color and size. Gunner is 15.2 hands tall. 87% NFQHA. Gunner is the sire of our brindle filly, KT Gun in a Million. Breeding Fee $750. For more information click here.
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KT Slide N Shine is a showy brown colt out of Slide Me A Baileys and by Shining Blue Dr, “Bishop.” Bishop is a very good looking son of Autumnator, from the Davis Ranch in Utah. He has a big hip, low hocks, pretty neck and is very balanced. The Autumnator is sired by SMART LITTLE LENA, earner of $743,275, NCHA Triple Crown Champion. Autumnator’s dam is AUTUMN BOON Earner of $244,470 NCHA. Dam of 26 foals, 17 perfs earning $1,003,985 NCHA. 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 has as pretty of a head and neck as any horse. He has a lot of bone and a big hip. He was trained by Brett Losekeand Joe Hayes but his show career was very limited due to an injury. His colts are very pretty and have a lot of ability. Bailey is out of Slide On Bartender. Bailey is a very pretty, feminine mare that has a strong performance top side, crossed with a great foundation bottom. Bailey was ranch ridden and used in the roping pen before becoming a broodmare. Bailey’s sire, Slide on Bartender was a buckskin stallion with both AQHA points in reining and some championships under his belt. Slide on Bartender was an own son of Shining Spark out of a Two Id Bartender daughter. Bailey’s bottom side includes rope horses deluxe, featuring some of the greats like Jimeny Jumpup, Maverick Coke, Grey Badger II, Waggoner, and many others. Bailey is a favorite as she is always by the gate and loves attention. This colt was born 4/7/20. $3,000
KT Ray of Gunpower, “Ray,” is an enchanting colt out of Plain Dark Choclet, “Rudy,” and by KT Gunpowder N Lead. 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. Gunner is a roan dunskin 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. This is going to be a colt with a great deal of natural skill and swiftness. He will make an exceptional arena prospect. Born 4/21/20. $3500
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. $2,500
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
FTK Put Down Your Guns, “Gangsta,” is a swanky buckskin roan colt out of Educated Downndirty and by KT Gunpowder N Lead. 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. 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. Gunner has greats on his papers like Peppy San, Doc O’Lena, Dandy Derby, Docs Jack Frost, and Imperial One. Broke to ride in the Allison Trimble program and a very nice stallion. He was born 4/4/19. $6,000
High wind warnings were in effect for Labor Day. The weather is definitely starting to feel like fall.
Virtual school started Monday, Toni did not feel like the kids did enough on Day 1, so she added 2 hrs of IXL on (that is math for everyone that doesn’t know these new programs). The kids love when Toni is their teacher. Dad had a dr appointment Monday, so mom and dad went to town. In the afternoon Toni got two additional charges for her fence building school, Aram and Daisy, so she took all 6 kids down to work on fence. Mom made donut holes for the kids, but guess what? Sammy, the German Shepard, thought he needed donut holes, so he ate them all, except one. I got there, and saw only one donut hole, and I ate it and asked mom if the kids and just saved me one. Nope, Sammy did. We got a lot of fence done on Monday, we are to where the digging is bad and we ran out of lag bolts. So the kids stapled the mesh fence on the back side to the wood posts, to make the weaning fence that much stronger. Toni and I continued to dig post holes for a while. Then we went and worked on the three weaned colts, Uni, Dais and Ammo. Anna can lead Uni around, I worked on Ammo and Toni messed with Dais. Dais does not make us sad that we sold Bishop. He is a good colt, but just not as good as our others. Then 5 of the kids (all except Jaxsen) went to feed steers and Toni I and continued to work on the colts. Oh yea, did I mention I forgot my shoes and was wearing Jaxsen’s? So he was running around outside barefoot, which was his excuse of why he couldn’t help that day. No shoes, can’t do any work.
Tuesday virtual school continued. Toni showed Angie from NRCS around in the morning. They had to go take field samples, so drove around and looked at stuff. Dad had an eye appt. In the afternoon, Pam and James came out to look at Coy. They come out once per month to see him. He seems to like her pretty well. Toni took them down to look at the “twins” too because everyone likes to see them and watch them run around synchronized. Toni and the kids worked on fence. Kaine and Anna had teacher conferences, it was one on one with the student, parent and teacher on what to expect at the virtual school, so dad met me in the school with the kids. Anna, Kaine and I ran out to see Grandma after and got pizza on our way home.
Wednesday morning Kayla came out to brand inspect some fat steers that we sold. Anna met her at the house. Toni had a meeting in the morning, or she would have met with her too. The got three fat steers brand inspected for McCann Farms, they are leaving Saturday. We had a call on a bull and Jesus Jimenz came out and bought 915 Wednesday night. We had people out looking at horses Wednesday and Toni sold them May Lady, so she also left Wednesday. When I got home Toni and the kids were almost done on the fence for the day, they ran out of battery power on the tools and the generator has not running right. Toni and I worked on the weanlings while the kids did chores, Anna came over and helped after she doctored Hottie. Then the kids went and fed their steers.
Also, on Wednesday I went to enter the kids in Othello Fair, and found out I had to have that done by Tuesday, huge fail on my part. So, we have the Othello Steers for sale if anyone is looking. We have sold Anna’s and a quarter of Jaxsens.
Thursday Kade and Jaxsen had parent teacher conferences, so Toni took them in to that, then they went and had lunch with Grandma Norma. That made the boys pretty happy. No one cooks like Grandma! Toni had meetings until late into the day, so we didn’t get as much done as normal. We worked on the weaning pen Thursday night.
Friday was a beautiful day. Toni took Kade and Jaxsen to get their new puppy, they are really excited, her name is Marley. We have officially used all of our poles, so the weanling fence is made up of left-over poles from all our pole piles of leftover and not quite good enough poles. We are now out of those as well. We have about 50 feet left to go, so we put panels on the last little bit. Uncle Skip came over from St John to see us.
Saturday Ruby came down and her and Anna washed Freddy for the last time. Chris and Kristine Moe came out and bought M902, we are down to two 2019 Angus bulls left, 918 and M901. We put halters on the Spokane steers again. Toni worked most of the day. J Cruz Herrera showed up with Pecos and to get Pow, to haul to Rachel, and get his three colts, Dais, Ammo and Uni. They all loaded great and we sent him on his way. We checked the cows to see if there were any bad eyes, and the kids decided it was time to get their show heifers in.
Sunday we got the cows in and sorted off the show heifers and weaned the calves off of the two year olds. We had people come out to get some meat, they showed up a little after 11. In the afternoon we had people come to look at foals. They decided on Monday to take Cue Tee. The colts in circle 6, so Crossfire and Black Eye, went through the fence when Toni was down there showing horses, everyone is fine, no injuries. So the kids went down to fix the fence. Ben and I winterized and put the camper away. Lizzie had reinjured her back leg AGAIN, so we got her and Crossfire into the trailer. He is a great loader. We had the big trailer, so decided to take Dyna and Katie with their foals back to the house as well. That will allow us to get them back on their trimming schedule. Those two foals didn’t load as well, but they loaded fine considering we were out in a pasture with no panels and a human fence to drive them into a metal, loud trailer. Luckily Fast and Blue Bug are both really really tame, so we just gave them time and they got in. Nelly, one of the yearlings, also had a puncture on her front leg, so we had to get her in and get her doctored. She is now moved to the weanling pen for ease of care. Because we had nothing else to do, we also weaned some foals. Three to be exact! We were supposed to start the alley project, which is a continuous fence alley from mom and dad’s down to the corral, but after all of that, we decided that project could wait.
And here are the videos of the “twins.”
Well, with the wind storm yesterday and all of the fires everyone around us, it is not a surprise that our internet has been down since yesterday morning. So these are the pictures I had already uploaded or have on my phone. I will probably do last week in pictures again later in the week.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all our neighbors, friends, first responders and everyone else affected by the fires around us.
BB Warriors Dolly is a 2002 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. This is a nice looking red roan mare with great ranching bloodlines. Dolly was broke in 2015 and used on a feedlot and has had some light ranch riding, she has not been ridden since 2015. The pictures of her being ridden are from 2015. Dolly is being sold as broodmare sound, she is not sound for riding. $2,500 as a two way, Dolly is bred to KT Gunners Sage Bug for 2021, the grullo roan colt at her side is sold, so she has to stay at our house until he is weaned.