We need to cut back on the number of horses, due to the loss of a rented summer pasture
(as well as a couple of other reasons). In an attempt to do that, we have chosen a few horses from various groups for
this "best offer" page. I tried to pick a few from every page. Our goal is to cut back by about 25%
before the end of the summer.....so please ignore the original prices on these horses. The new prices are 25 - 50% of
the original prices. While most of our prices are firm, please feel free to make us an offer on any of the
horses on this page.
Because I know many of you have horses you need to sell before you can purchase one
of ours......we will also consider a trade on our young horses. But we are not interested in someone else's
problem. They must be healthy, current on vaccinations/deworming, have no bad habits or vices and MUST be easily caught
in the open pasture. In addition to those requirements for any/all trades, there are really only two types of horses
that we have a use for:
1) Well broke and/or beginner safe riding horse that you will guarantee 100%
sound to ride.
2) An 'own daughter of' that will fit into our broodmare herd. Breeding sound
only is ok. We will be extremely particular here, and most of these trades will be turned down without significant cash
AS horses are sold from this page, others will be added.....
All horses are healthy and sound. They are either 'duplicates' of something
we already have, or we have little use for them - specifically the geldings - Can't ride them all.....
I GIVE GOOD HUGS
2017 palomino tovero filly
Sire: Good N Gallant by Good Version
Dam: She's A Famous Copy ( APHA Fall Championship Show Yearling Longe Line Slot Class Winner. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iprKKs5_VzE
) by He's Suddenly Famous
This filly lives up to her barn name.... "Bug"....in two regards. She's truly a love bug, wanting attention
at all times, plus she's probably not going to be a real big horse. I'd guess she's going to mature closer to the height
you'd want in cow horse, in spite of what her high powered - western pleasure/hunter/jumper - pedigree might indicate.
Good Version leaves his legacy as a leading sire with a distinguished list of offspring. He sired more than 1,300 foals
with 432 becoming AQHA point earnings. More notably, his get have earned $578,337.97 in NSBA earnings, $558,041.92 in AQHA
Incentive Fund earnings and more than 37,000 AQHA points. Some of his offspring include Show Diva, Batt Mann, RV Won Good
Version, Gypsys Little Image and RL Cocoas Version. Good Version Inc, co-owned by John Wainscott and Bill & Brenda Guffey,
purchased the stallion in November 1993 as a three year old year and owned him for the duration of his career until his death
He's Suddenly Famous: A two-time Reserve APHA World Champion in his own right, with Russ Mitchell and Barron Knaus in
the saddle, “Famous” was a producer of multiple APHA and PtHA Champions. One of his most successful offspring
was I’m Suddenly Famous, owned by Terry Lacoste.
This filly is healthy and sound. Leads, loads, ties. Follows you everywhere. She also lunges/round pens well.
We have not done any testing on this filly, but she does have a blue eye. Splash gene??
We have now tested her and found her to be all clear on the 5 panel test. She IS a tovero as she has the tobiano gene
as well as the frame overo gene.
April 9th, 2018
DIAMAN H COLOR ME QT
Black tobiano filly
Sire: QTsGold MasterCard
Dam: Diaman H Color Me Mya (by Colored Me Blue)
Homozygous for tobiano through parentage. Not tested for black hz, but dam is dble hz...so 50% chance the filly is also
hz for black.
5 panel negative through parentage
July, 2018 sorrel tovero colt (Papers pending)
Sire: Gunnit (by Colonels Smoking Gun)
Dam: Diaman H Risky Flyer (by DH Ris Key LilPep o/o dtr Delta Flyer)
$6500 - reasonable offer
2005 dun tobiano mare
No longer sound to ride or breed.
Available to approved home as a companion animal.
She is VERY sweet, kind and easy to be around.
A real 'lover'.
2013 Bay roan tobiano filly
Dam: Diaman H LilTuff Risk (daughter
of Ris Key Business o/o dtr of NRHA performer - Lil Tuff Peppy/Peppy San Badger)
Sire: Colored Me Blue (by Color
Me Smart o/o full sister to Peptoboonsmal)
She's probably only going to be 14.1 or 14.2 at maturity (from the looks of things now).
This mare has a congenital (NOT genetic) defect, in that she has a roach back.
She had a GREAT buckskin hz tobiano foal (by QtsGold MasterCard) in 2018. Lil Lena is a very good mother, and we will probably
go ahead and breed her every couple of years as long as she is here....
|Diaman H LilTuff Risk
|Ris Key Business
||Cheyenne Moon Bar
|4Bars Moon Deck|
|Tuff N Peppy
||Lil Peppys Sugar Bar
||Peppy San Badger|
|Sugars Lady Bar|
||Kristys Tuff Chick|
|Pedigree generated by PedigreeQuery.com
|Color Me Smart
$3M NCHA Sire
||Smart Little Lena
|Dox Painted Lady
My Angel Of Blue
|Peppy San Badger
||Mr San Peppy|
|Royal Blue Boon
Baron Bark Mindy
2007 red roan mare
Sire: Fancy Red Bark (gson of Fancy Roan Bark and Roan Bar)
Dam: Dolly Bar Baron (gdtr of Mr Baron Red and Jack Eyed)
|Baron Bark Mindy
||Fancy Red Bark
||Red Cedar Bark
||Fancy Roan Bar|
|Jenny Lee Bark|
|Susie Bell Bar
|Dolly Bar Baron
||Mr Leo Bar Baron
||Mr Baron Red|
|Watch Honey Bar|
|Pedigree generated by PedigreeQuery.com
Price reduced on this mare to $350. She has
a foal by her side (born beginning of June, 2014), so will not be available until September. She is a nice, gentle mare.
Good sized (15.1 or so) with great conformation and a pretty little head and ear. She gave us a very nice buckskin
roan filly in 2012 and a buckskin dun colt in 2014. Both of excellent quality. She was leased out the fall of
2012 and was started lightly under saddle. I do NOT know how much riding they got done on her, so we are selling her
ONLY to someone that either has a trainer, or has experience either breaking, or riding a green horse.
We are selling her because she is no longer eligible as a broodmare. We were advised this past
spring - by owners of Fancy Red Bark offspring that tested positive with PSSM - to test her. She did
come back as N/P1, so no more foals for her. While she is not symptomatic, there will never be any guarantee that her
foals will not be - REGARDLESS of what stallion she is bred to - as PSSM is a dominant gene. The affects of PSSM can
be severe/painful enough to require euthanasia.
Mindy requires no special care,
as I said, she in non symptomatic. She is kept on pasture 24/7, where she can self exercise and we do not feed grain
to most of our broodmares. Those are pretty much the rules of caring for any horse with the potential to 'tie
up' (the generic term for PSSM.)
Offers will be considered if she's not gone by the time
we wean in September.
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