Some horses, ponies and puppies just take on a role as family members and here are a few we ride, show and love on!


 


Impressive Jesse Bar
1999 15.3hh Bay Gelding
By Impressive Nyala and Skip Off Leotyne

Jesse has been on every Purina Flint Hills trail ride we have participated in over the years. He is great on the trail and never in a hurry to get anywhere.
 

 


 


Paulies Lil Dixie
April 20, 2003 Chestnut Filly
By Skip Will Win out of Paulie Ball

Paulies Lil Dixie is a striking filly with an awesome conformation. As all our colts do, she wants to be where we are and is extremely attentive. Her brothers and sisters are used for ranch work, breeding, barrels, poles, flags and trail. She is a very versatile horse with patience, speed and the know how needed in a great performance horse. In addition to Kristy's program of working with the young horses, she received 75 days professional training with Johnie Clem. She is now one of Kristy's riding horses and we expect will eventually join the broodmares.

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Hot To Scotch Sis
"Sis"

March 11, 2006 Sorrel Filly
Senor Spicy Hot out of Scotts Classy

Sis has had 10 month professional training with the intent to show her in Reining. She can spin, stop, back, rollback and lope beautiful circles. She holds her head beautifully. She is very quiet on the ground and can stand tied, clips all over, feet are easily trimmed and handled, and is safe around our children. She has been shown all summer at some open shows. She has been trained right and knows everything there is to know except flying lead changes. We are in the process of introducing those to her. This mare is quality in "smarts", "looks", and "disposition". We own her mother and she is exceptionally quiet. When they are saddled they want to work and have a drive. This mare has never bucked or been ornery in the saddle. She has been a great Lead Line horse for our 4 year old son this last summer. Completely sane and safe. She stands at 15HH at just 3yrs expect her to hit 15.1HH.

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Whammys D Or Prince

March 4, 2003
By Whammy Ball out of Skips Star D Or

Whammys D Or Prince is a sorrel gelding with a white star and strip on his face. He was shown in the Kansas futurities in Wichita as a weanling and is a full brother to Whammys Coco Bar, a palomino filly sold to Black Forest Farm, LLC in Barneveld, Wisconsin, to Whammys Suthernbelle, a sorrel filly sold to Robert Bare in Protection, Kansas and Whammys Hugs N Skips sold to Phoenix, AZ. He returned home from the trainer in September 2006. We currently ride him around our ranch and he spent the summer of 2007 riding the State Line Horse Show Circuit. Ed rode him in barrels, son Austin rode him in Lead Line Flags, and Lead Line Horsemanship and Kristy showed him in Halter and Showmanship. Prince has a great disposition and is extremely gentle. He is proving to be a wonderful pleasure horse that anyone can ride. He also loves attention and is always willing to try something new as noted from our show schedule classes!

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Olympic Blue Willow
"Dusty Dakota"

April 30, 1990 Buckskin Welsh Pony Gelding
By Cloe Olympic Gold and Dixie Blue Mistress

Dusty came to live with us in October 2003 when Austin was just a baby. He has literally grown up on top of this pony and Dusty has taught him how to walk, trot and post on him. Dusty also allows Austin to lay on top of him, sit on him backwards and crawl around him and also be a good show and tell pony at Preschool! Good grooming has been learned on Dusty and since Austin was 3 years old, Dusty has been his show pony!

 


Honey
Silver Palomino POA/Minature Pony

 


 

 

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