Although my first love and primary interest is Morgan horses, I also have several nice Quarter Horses. Most of these mares came from Berry College, where they were used in their breeding program. During my time at Berry, I was responsible for these mares during my breeding and foaling internship. All of these horses are heavily cow bred and I am happy that they are able to spend their retirement years with me.
(Pepitos Primero x La Fanta)
1984 Liver Chestnut mare, 14.3 hds
Peppy was injured as a four year old and donated to Berry College where she had an extensive career as a broodmare. She is a Peppy San Badger granddaughter. She has produced AQHA earners of over 463 points, multiple AQHA World qualifiers, and High Point AQHA event horses in several events. In addition she has produced PHBA earners of 125 points. After ending her career as a broodmare, she is happily living out her retirement on our farm.
(The Royal Lynx x Katrina Malbec)
1987 Bay mare, 14.3 hds
Marge was the first horse that I rode as a freshman at Berry College. Marge was used as a reining horse and ridden by the college equestrian team before beginning her career as a broodmare. She is heavily Doc Bar bred and is the dam of Jinx who is pictured below. Marge is mainly used as a trail horse now and is a lot of fun to ride.
(Downtown Cat x Playful Dual Kitty)
2007 Bay mare, 14.1 hds
KitKat is a stout young mare that is cat quick and an extremely fun ride. She is heavily cow bred and has had some professional cutting training. Thank you to Cator Hartley for the opportunity to own this mare.
(Saltys Ben Hancock x Katrina Royal)
2009 Bay roan mare, 15 hds
Jinx is the product of Marge and my friend, Ben Lee’s stallion. She carries strong Hancock and Doc Bar breeding. This filly is amazingly quick and athletic and just floats when she moves. Jinx has a strong work ethic and the type of personality that needs to be kept busy! She has been handled since birth and has been ponied on trail rides, hauled, clipped and used for 4-H demonstrations. Jinx will be started under saddle this spring.