With the exception of a few
geldings, we currently are training and performing on our future breeding
mares. We believe that the performance of the mare is just as important as
the performance of the stallion. Because of this we feel that breeding mares
that have proved themselves ads value to the mare, foal and breeding
1997 Brown Mare
Shawnee Bug, Truly Truckle,
Easy Jet and Passum Bars mare. Out of a AAA mare, “Bugs” raced once
herself, and has since been barrel racing. Has received world qualifying
awards as well as placing in the money at barrel racing events from NBHA to
rodeo. A fun flat running mare.
2003 Black Mare
A Texas High Dasher daughter.
Currently working well under saddle with the intention of moving up to
bigger and better things in 2008. A true dig deep and run like hell attitude
that makes barrel racing an absolute blast!
1991 Sorrel Mare
The foundation and the beginning
of our breeding program begins with an excellent start. Jewels is a Special
Effort daughter and a Jet Deck granddaughter and is in foal to a Shawnee Bug
son. So check back at the end of February beginning of March to see the new addition
to the family.
2001 Grey Mare
A King’s Pistol and Truly
Truckle mare. From a long family line of calf roping horses. Super smart mare
that never finds anything too surprising. Currently has hundreds of miles and
tons of practice to move on to calf roping.
1991 Grey Mare
About as foundation bred as
they come! A Dick Badger, Sunset Red and Hobo Reed mare. Newly added to the
herd “Blue” has been calf roping from Oklahoma to Iowa. A mare that is
twice as wide as tall in muscling knows how to get the job done. Has carried
many different riders to top awards in calf roping.
2006 Red Roan Mare
A half sister to Rock N Speed
Bug. Currently a large red roan yearling. She will be started beginning in
the spring of 2008 and move on from there, and like all the performance
mares, she will one day end up in the brood mare pen.
2003 Sorrel Mare
A Two Eyed Jack and Top Moon
mare. A wonderful personality, she does what she is told! Working well under
saddle. This horse is Kasey’s favorite. “Ginger” is always there to
meet Kasey at the fence to see what treat has been brought out for her.