Roll Call Vote
April 21, 2009 Sorrel Colt
By Call Me Nifty Tu out of Skip Off Leotyne

This colt is our first out of Call Me Nifty Tu and Skip Off Leotyne. He is very friendly and is all quarter horse. He has been easy to train and is going to make an awesome trail or show horse. He will easily reach 15.3hh at maturity.  

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Luv It Hot
April 1, 2009 Brown Filly
By Hot Fudge Chip out of Luv My Angel

April is a beautiful show prospect preparing for training in lunge line. She is quiet, petite head, very well put together and definite western pleasure, western riding, trail, horsemanship prospect. Click on image to view larger in new window



Out Of A Blu Zip Sky
March 20, 2009 Dun/Gray Colt
By Zippididoodah out of Nifty Dun A Miracle

This mare gave all the signs she was going to deliver and she did at 12:15 a.m. with a beautiful dun colt. He is very friendly and inquisitive. Healthy boy! Long legged and well put together. He has his dam's nice short back and a very pretty head. He has been weaned and is coming along real nice with his ground manners. He halter, ties and leads very well. He loves to be hugged and groomed. Very nice horse that is bred to be a performance horse. Click on image to view larger in new window



Skips Nifty Starlite
January 12, 2009 Palomino Colt
By Call Me Nifty Tu out of Skips Star D Or

This colt is our first out of Call Me Nifty Tu and Skips Star D Or. He is very friendly and is all quarter horse. Big and stocky from day one, he will be a beautiful golden palomino color. He has great conformation and will make a great performance horse. Doing very well with ground manners. Halters, leads and ties.

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Leos Lil Coco Bar

April 1, 2008 Brown Filly
By Dukes Golden Legacy out of Paulie Ebony

Coco arrived on the evening of April 1st. The boys and I were camping in the truck in front of the corral and stall when she was born. It was very exciting and they learned a lot that night. As for Coco, she was very leggy when she came out and full of energy. Her first week she was bouncing off the stall. We received non-stop rain in April so once we finally put her outside full time she has been a much happier gal. She loves attention and gets along with anybody who wants to come over to love on her. She has matured nicely and is short-backed with a flat knee and nice hip. We have began working her on the lunge line and hope to get a saddle on her before winter. Lungeing video available at at   Reasonable offers considered.

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Skip N Paulie Sweetie

By Skip Will Win out of Paulie Ball

February 2008 June 2011
Never to be forgotten

Sweetie has loads of personality and loves visitors. She has enjoyed time with our boys, and the dogs. Her favorite dog friend is our big, black Lab named "Mimi" who has given her lots of kisses on the nose. Sweetie is a full sister to Paulies Lil Dixie, a chestnut mare listed on our mares page that we are now riding and is very easy going willing mare who is a joy to ride. Sweetie will make a nice all around horse for the whole family -- ours or yours!

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Sir Scottish Sheik

March 29, 2007 Sorrel Colt
By Unique Sheik out of Scotts Classy

This colt is built nice and is bred to be a performer. We are excited to watch him grow and will continue to post pictures as he matures. He has a flaxen mane and tail and some chrome on him to boot. His sire is Unique Sheik, a 1994 sorrel stallion out of Sheiks Whim. Sheiks Whim accumulated the following in his show career: Superior Halter (1987-Open), High Point Halter Stallion (1987-Open), High Point Junior Halter Stallion (1987-Open), World Show 3YO Stallion 4th place (1987-Open). He earned 78 Halter wins, 135.0 Halter Points, 1 Halter Superior Award, 76 Grand Championships, 26 Reserve Grand Championships, 1 High Point Earned. Unique Sheik's dam Unique Feature is the dam of 9 foals, of which 5 were performers: Kir Boomer, 1991 Sorrel Gelding by Sheiks Whim, Kir Mattie 1992 Chestnut Mare by Sheiks Whim, Dibs on Dude 1995 Chestnut Gelding by How D Dreamy Dude, Too Cool Dude 1999 Sorrel Stallion by How D Dreamy Dude, Unique Conclusion 2000 Sorrel Stallion by Obviously In Command.

His Dam is by Classical Aid by Classical Skipper and is also double bred Scottish Will on her sire and dam's side. She also is out of Whammys Aid by Whammy Cat, the same sire as our stud Whammy Ball. Scotts Classy is a quiet easy going mare and her disposition can already be seen in this new colt.

Chips Slipnzippo

May 7, 2006 Colt
By Zips White Chip out of Luv My Angel

Slip is a nicely built colt that is easy to handle. He is owned by the Bill J. Brynds Farm. He has the pedigree for the show ring and Bill intends to give him the opportunity to prove himself. We will keep you updated on his progress and success.

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