Gentleman Jim’s Shasta
Cremello Foxtrotter Mare-Fantastic Pedigree-Naturally Gaited
This stunning filly is the newest addition to our gaited mule breeding program. Shasta has a natural free flowing gait and calm disposition. This Southern Sunrise granddaughter has an excellent pedigree, superb conformation, and a lovely disposition. She is started under saddle and has been quiet, extremely light, and quick to learn in the arena and on the trail. This 3 year old filly has classy conformation and will fill out beautifully as she matures. She will make an excellent show prospect and if she is bred will always produce colored foals (palomino, buckskin, smokey black, cream). We will be breeding this gorgeous filly to Judah Spring 2018! She will most likely produce a gaited palomino mule foal.
Triple Registered-Cream Gene-Fantastic Pedigree-Naturally Gaited
Black Rocky Mountain Mare born March 28, 2008 out of Double Take by Yankee Clipper. Since her dam is a daughter of Maple’s Squirrel, and her sire is a son of Yankee, Doublelicious is a double great granddaughter of Tobe, she has a very RARE pedigree! Other notables in her pedigree include Cheek’s Rocky, Choco Dock, King Tutt, Honey, Black Squirrel, Bay Beauty, & Dot-O-White. Doublelicious AKA Cinder has a sweet and gentle disposition, with an exceptionally smooth gait that allows her to move like the wind. We renamed he Cinder because the name Doublelicious struck us the wrong way. We don’t look at a horse and think, man she looks delicious!
Cinder is a fun and exciting mare to ride. She foaled a healthy beautiful palomino filly spring 2016 by Comet’s Total Image. Lyra was her second filly by this awesome palomino stud. She is currently in foal to Sundown Cowboy out of Hopkins Mountain Horses for a 2018 spring Rocky Mountain horse colt. She is available for sale please contact us for more info. She can be purchased in foal or after weaning.
Amadeys Sukia “Silver”
Silver is a beautiful ‘06 foundation bred AQHA mare who is silver grulla! Heavy Poco Bueno breeding and homozygous dun! This mare is a proven producer and 5 panel n/n. Silver not only comes by a great pedigree, but she is a big mare with great confirmation, nice bone and feet. This gal has a great disposition she passes on to all her foals as well. She is an easy keeper, an easy breeder and gets along well with everyone in her pasture. Standing 15 hands. She had a lovely grulla appaloosa filly in 2017 by the Appaloosa stallion Maumin Boss Hoss. We started her under saddle and she has been one of the easiest horses to start we have ever trained. She is so calm and easy going and she passes her disposition onto her babies. We are breeding her to Judah spring 2018.
Secret Blanca Jewel
Secret Blanca Jewel AKA: “Luna” is a sorrel fewspot who is 90% foundation and FPD eligible. The pedigree on Blanca is a strong one, going back to great foundation horses such as Colida, Prince Plaudit and more modern show horse lines such as Dreamfinder, The Secret and Charicature. This gal is going to mature into one big, impressive mare who will have some great bone and feet. She has a wonderful disposition and will be ready to join the broodmare band in the spring. Blanca is homozygous LP with one copy of PATN1 so we expect loud appaloosa mules from this beautiful girl. We will be breeding her to Judah spring 2018.
Snowkist Cloud “Nova”
You’d never know that under two copies of LP, this filly is a grulla leopard! This filly has been genetically tested (Ee aa LPLP PATN1/n Dd). What an outstanding, unique individual, not to mention a phenomenal color producer! Snowkist Cloud AKA: “Snowy” will mature into a big, big quality mare. At 97% foundation, this filly goes back to a ton of wonderful, old breeding such as Prince Plaudit, Mighty Bright, Deacons Bonanaza, Might Peavy and Mighty Rustler. Just like her dam, Snowy will be a powerhouse producer and we expect loud appaloosa mules from this beautiful girl. She is in foal to NASMA & World Champion Mammoth Jack Clyde’s Gallant Fox for a 2018 foal.
SureLuck’s “April” Flower
April was born very long-legged and is out of their famous homozygous tobiano stud Tucker, so will most likely be TALL as he throws colts that often mature over 16hh. April is not for sale at this time as she is part of our breeding program. We affectionately call this mare Sweet Pea and she always will come greet you in the field and give you kisses. You can almost always find her hanging out with her best friend Freya. She is already trained to pony, she has excellent ground manners, lunges, loads, picks up her feet, and stands quietly tied. Her mane is stunning, as is her color, and conformation. She is currently in foal to D.M. Cherokee Witch Doctor, a 16.1hh homozygous tobiano Missouri Fox Trotter stud for a 2018 foal.
Fiona was our first mare after several years of not owning horses. During this hiatus I was still riding and training other people’s horses and mules. I had heard there was a mare available belonging to a local vet that wasn’t getting used and she was still fairly green and spunky. The vet had two horses they rode regularly and Fiona was a fat pasture ornament. I went to look at her and I fell in love with her immediately. She looked like the offspring of my grey quarter horse mare I competed with for several years and the grey Percheron mare Lucy belonging to the my vaulting team. Since they were both mares obviously this isn’t possible, but my guess as to her breed would be a Quarter Horse/ Percheron. If you take one look at her feet and I know you will agree she is part draft horse. She is also very cowy hence my guess of Quarter Horse. She was purchased at an auction before being traded to the vet so little else is known about her history. Fiona is 15.2hh and built like a brick house. She’s mighty-mighty, just lettin’ it all hang out!
Fiona is built like a medieval jousting mount but manages to be incredibly athletic and lovely at the same time. She is the horse everyone else in the herd can’t do without and she is on the top of the mare pecking order. Everywhere we’ve boarded her before purchasing the ranch she left a trail of broken hearts behind her. Geldings and mares alike became obsessed with being near her and all our mules are in love with her. A particularly annoying gelding named Rambo went through a fence trying to get to her. She is also an extremely easty keeper and gains weight just looking at hay.
After years of regular use and training Fiona has become the most versatile horse we have. I’ve trained her to jump, she is touch control and you can open any gate from her, and put her body anywhere you want her. She rides very well bareback, Western, English, in a halter, and even without tack. She is a great pack horse because she is incredibly powerful and will go anywhere you ask her to. She is great for training horses and mules to pony as nothing bothers her and she is strong enough to drag the most stubborn animal. She is also great for training colts, running down animals that don’t want to be caught, and teaching friends how to post the trot as her big trot makes you post. She is the rare combination of having great gas and great brakes.
Last year Fiona was bred to Olan, an incredible mammoth jack that produces the finest mule colts we’ve ever seen. Olan is a 15hh 2006 roan mammoth jack and passes his incredible mind, gentle spirit, awesome conformation, and size to his colts. Olan has rapidly become one of the most sought after jack in the mule world with his colts belonging to some of the top mule men and women in the industry and his crop of colts were used in the 2015 American Mule Trainer’s Challenge. She produced a gorgeous mule colt. This year she is open but we will likely be breeding her to Judah spring 2018.