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South Texas Dandy (Randle)
This guy is quiet, easy going, and really just wants to get along. He will be 15.3 hands when mature, he currently measures 14.0 hands. He already has that go-to gelding type of personality. In fact, he's our go-to! When we take other foals or yearlings over to our picture wall, we take him with as a buddy.
He has been bathed, he stands tied, goes on the hot walker, loads and unloads, good for the farrier. He has been saddled and ground driven, and ponied off another horse. When I tried to put the rope under his tail, he just stopped and looked at me, never clamped his tail down on it. He has full siblings doing well as rope horses. He would do good in the roping pen as well, or would make a great partner for a non-pro or amateur in the Ranch Versatility events. Being a tall horse will certainly not hurt his ability to work a cow! He is certainly quiet enough for a trail horse and I am sure he'd make a great ranch working partner, he'd be a nice quiet one while sorting or branding.
His sire is our senior stallion, South Texas Acre.
His dam is by Haidas Viper (earner of NRHA, producer of AQHA, Ranch Horse Versatility, Team Penning, Team Sorting) out of a producing daughter of Doc Olena. The second dam is a producer by Jewels Leo Bars.
Asking $3,000

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Takin My Texas Time

Nice performance prospect! Should mature to 14.3 hands and around 1150 pounds. We have her full brother here going under saddle, and he is willing and athletic. Naturally uses his hindquarters. She has a lot of his movement and mannerisms. She has been bathed, does well for the farrier, has been introduced to clippers, goes on the hotwalker, stands tied, loads and unloads. She has been saddled and ground driven, and ponied off another horse. This one will take you to the winner's circle, and look real good doing it!
Sired by our senior stallion, South Texas Acre.

This filly's dam, COLONELS BLACK SANJO is herself a producer of AQHA point and money earner VP COLONELS PEPPY JO.

This mare is by FRECKLES TIME (by COLONEL FRECKLES) He sired money earners in cutting and team penning associations as well as AQHA point earners. She is out of MISS SANDRADELL, a producing daughter of SAN JO LENA.

This little filly's bloodline is full of money earners and producers! She will make a nice performance prospect and is sure to earn a place in the broodmare band.

Located at Whirlwind Ranch in central Oklahoma.
Asking $4,000

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South Texas Colt 45 (Pistol)
Nice performance prospect, could be a stallion prospect too! Well built, smart, athletic, built and bred to work a cow. Not much more you could ask for! He leads, loads and backs out, ties, goes on the hotwalker, bathes, is good for the farrier. He has been saddled and ground driven, and ponied off another horse.

His dam, SMART TARI SMOKE, is by SMART PLAN (by SMART LITTLE LENA) He earned NCHA $98,252, COA, and was 3rd place at the 1994 NCHA Open Futurity. He produced offspring with NCHA earnings of $390,821.

His dam is out of a daughter of DOC TARI.

Asking $4,000

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2018 bay filly

Athletic filly with the blood of a champion! She will take you to the winner's circle and then go on to be a great addition to the brood mare band.

Sired by South Texas Acre (see our stallion page for full details).

Her dam, SMART HICKORY JOSITA, is by SNEAKIN LENA (by SMART LITTLE LENA) earner of NCHA $32,000, COA and sire of earners of NCHA 300,000

The mare is out of a producing daughter of DOC'S HICKORY




2018 bay colt

Level headed colt, he should mature about 14.2 hands, he will be solid and compact. Just right for a cow horse!

Sired by South Texas Acre (see our stallion page for full details).

His dam, VP PEPPY OLENA, is by HAIDAS VIPER (by HAIDAS LITTLE PEP) NRHA money earner, he placed well in several major regional shows. He is the sire of money earners in NRHA, NSBA, AQHA points, penning, sorting, and RHV.

The mare is out of an NCHA money producing daughter of LENAS JEWEL BARS.




2018 sorrel colt

The best of the bunch! This is one nice looking colt with the family line to be a champion.

Sired by South Texas Acre (see our stallion page for full details).

His dam, PRETTY PEPPY CHANCE, is by DOX OUTSIDE CHANCE (by DOC OLENA) NCHA money earner and producer of Money earners in NCHA, NRHA, VRH, National Ranch Sorting, and AQHA points.

The mare is out of a money producing and AQHA point producing daughter of PEPPY SAN BADGER.




2017 bay roan filly

Flashy colored filly that is built for any job and will certainly get you noticed!

Sired by DUDES ROAN JACKIE (by SUN OTOES DUDE) producer of rope and barrel horses.

Her dam, TJK STAR FIRE, was bred for AQHA racing but tangled in a fence as a weanling and was never raced or shown.

This filly should mature about 14.3 hands. Her dam and full brother weigh every bit of 1200 pounds.

She has gone through our Yearling Program, which includes all the groundwork leading up to the first ride (she has not been ridden), with the addition of ground driving. She loads in a trailer, stands tied very well and goes on a hot walker. She is friendly and easy to catch, not spooky, but also not a dead head, she will make an excellent head horse or ranch work prospect! She gets along well with other horses. She does test fences, so a hotwire that is not hot, or one she can go under, will not hold her. She also likes to stick her head through a fence, just to look around.



2017 chestnut colt

Well bred prospect that is going to shine in the show pen!

Sired by SANOLENA PEP (PE $65,000) by SMARTEST LITTLE PEP (PE $70,300 and AQHA points; producer of NCHA, NCHA earners)

His dam, MISS KITTY CATTIN is by CATTIN (PE $136,000; OE $1.3 million). She is out of a daughter of THE HOT EXPRESS (PE $46,000; producer of NCHA, AQHA, NRCHA earners).

This is a nice colt with the breeding to make a real nice cow horse. He is halter broke, goes on a hot walker and has been saddled (not ridden).



2016 palomino gelding

Big soggy gelding with a ton of power in that big ole hip! He's got a full sibling tearing up the barrel pen and another who sold this year to another barrel program. He'd make a great cow horse or rope horse, too, as he really wants to lock on and follow things.

Sired by SOUTH TEXAS ACRE (see our stallion page for full details)

His dam, COLD GOLDEN FRECKLES, is by FRECKLES TIME (producer of NCHA, Team Penning Assoc, AQHA earners) by COLONEL FRECKLES.

She is out of a money and point earning daughter of 4 DOT SEA BAR (earner of 1275 PHB points and producer of money and point earners).



2016 brown gelding

Registered as brown, is very dark most of the year, black in winter.

Full brother to SOUTH TEXAS DANDY (above).

This is a big horse! Stands a solid 15 hands, and he won't be 3 until the first week of June! He's not started yet, had some roundpen work and been saddled. Real smart, wants to work. Real quick and athletic, too! He'd make a really nice cow horse or rope horse.

Sired by SOUTH TEXAS ACRE (see our stallion page for full details).

His dam, VIPER OLENA, has produced heel horses and is a maternal half sister to NCHA money earner. She is by HAIDAS VIPER (NRHA money earner, producer of earners in NRHA, NSBA, RHV, PENNING, SORTING, AQHA) by HAIDAS LITTLE PEP.

She is out of a producing daughter of DOC OLENA.




2018 grade gelding.

One owner, they bred and raised him, but need to let him find a new partner now.

This is a really nice horse! Rides out good, great on the trail. Not spooky, steps over anything. Our son has done some sorting on him, and the kid had never sorted before! This horse hauls well, loads good and backs out nice, stands tied. easy to catch, easy to handle. We've hauled and unloaded and saddled in the dark, rode in the crazy warm up pen. Just a darn, nice, solid horse! These kinds are few and far between!




2006 grey mare

Registered half Arabian, her sire is a foundation bred Doc Bar/Hancock/ Leo horse.

One owner, they bred and raised her. Needed in a new partner.

Really nice mare with a ton of potential! She went through our training program a couple years ago, we put 90 days on her and geared her towards being a solid trail partner. Our son (who was 10 at the time) rode her quite a bit. He took her to a day camp, rode her all over, did the pony painting thing. She's got a little pep in her step and will cover ground, not spooky. She trail rides really well, but needs a tune up on her handle, as she's been laid off for most of the last 2 years. We have hauled her, she steps right in, hauls good, and backs out. We saddled her in the dark, rode her in the crazy warm up pen, she has been exposed to cattle. She acts like she'd really like to be a sorting horse!

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