My pricing is based upon age,
color, training and talent. For example, a $1500 weanling might be
cheaper if it were a plain brown filly with no special breeding and has
a wire cut. Or, a really friendly palomino "Ole Eagle" colt with a
nice big hip, thin neck, big kind eye, out of a Sun Frost mare would be
more than $1500. It costs about $300 to feed each horse to two
years old. Add another $300 if he can be ridden to check cattle
and about $500 more per set of shoes after that. When he is ready
to enter jackpots the price may rise considerably. They have all
started winning $$$.
SMUG REED * THE OLE MAN
* JET SMOOTH * FROSTY TOPS
Quarter Horses starts with foundation mares who boast "legends"
in their pedigree and are bred to running horse bloodlines. Exceptionally nice
dispositions, heavy bone, muscle and performance can be found in these
colts. Our traditional style mares are pasture bred and spend the
summer and fall on steep, timbered terrain. There are a variety of horses
to choose from at all age ranges, color, and time under saddle. We
breed with a heavy rope horse emphasis, however there are plenty of
"speed horses" in the bunch as well. If you're looking for
a solid rodeo, performance, ranch, or pleasure prospect come and see what
we have to offer!
The mares are from such lineage
as Smug Reed, Rigging Ring, Yellow Cat Star, Wilson's Yellow Cat, Seminole
Charlie, Bert and Eight Bird Jr. They are bred to quiet, gentle studs
known for speed. Several mares came from the Bobby Hurley rope horse
program and are often referred to as "BH Horses".