Registered Quarter Horses










Nash is our favorite performance horse.  He is a consistent 1D barrel horse, who also competes in poles and other gymkhana events.  He is also calm and sensible enough for my 3yr old to ride around at rodeos.  We are in the process of training him to pull a cart as well.  He was broke and trained by us.   His dam Roxy is referenced at the bottom of this page.  His maternal siblings include Sealegs Honored and Makita. His paternal siblings include Fancy’s dam.  We are also going to try and get some good performance pictures of Nash this year along with some better videos. 

Sealegs is our backup barrel and gymkhana mount.  He is not as patterned as his brother Nash, so he does not get as many chances to perform as we would like.  He should be “finished” by the end of this season though.  He was broke and trained by us and is used as a pony horse on a regular basis. He is currently being rode at the feedlot by Moriah. 

Fancy shares many of the same relatives as Nash, including Comprende, Fowler Deck and Miss Lovely Chic.  Fancy is also a finished 1D/2D barrel and Pole horse.  She too competes in all the gymkhana events as Shelly’s main mount.  She was broke and trained by us.  

Makita is a very kind and loving filly out of our mare Roxy.  She is rather cowey, and is a very thick, big boned filly.  She is currently being broke and trained on a ranch by my sister in law Moriah.  .  Her papers are on the way. Due to a pasture injury, Makita gets the year off. She is a maternal sister to Nash, Sealegs, and Willy.



Bonita is my 4yr old daughters mare who stands at 14 hands and is around 12 years old.  She is a kids dream! She is truly an all around horse as she is a finished gymkhana horse, she has shown in 4H, has been used for ranch work including roping cattle, and she pulls our pony cart well.   She is very calm for the kids but knows how to get up and go for adults. I have never met a horse more safe for the little ones on the ground.  Kids running all over  have never bothered her.  My daughter has moved up to my barrel gelding, so we no loner need Bonita.  She has had two awesome colts and is a super mom. 

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Roxy no longer lives on our farm, but we have several sons and daughters of hers that we compete on.  In her prime, Roxy was an almost unbeatable 1D barrel and pole horse.  She also ran several cow pony races, and won every single time.  Her speed was amazing, but her heart was even greater.  Her offspring include Nash, Makita, Sealegs, and Willy.

Rebels Prelude  

Rebel is a recent addition to our farm.  She is over 16 hands. She was purchased as a brood mare since she was severely gate soured. After only a month of training on our farm, however, she was back to walking in the gate and was already running 3D times.  We anticipate with more runs she should easily become a 1D mare again. Rebel was originally trained for poles, flags, barrels, and moved and tracked cattle. She is a very docile mare who is ridden by my daughter Emily. 



2012 Sorrel filly sired by Aint Waistin Time AAA son of Willie Wanta Dash and dam is by Hawkinson out of the Superior Race mare Prime Time Kid producer of GR II Sk winner and sired by Mr Kid Charge, World Champion Running Stallion and first superior All Around horse. Rubie is Nicole’s next barrel horse.  She was broke my Moriah and is being rode by Jill. She is a huge filly who should mature around 16 hands, and is bred to race, race, race. Her sire Aint Wastin Time is also the sire of Aint Willy Rockin (in the reference section).  She is currently in Barrel training.




Kyle is a 2015 Gray AQHA colt out of Rebel and sired by Turbo.  He is bred to race, but has the sweetest disposition. He has had 60 days put on him as a 2yr old and then was turned into the pasture to be a horse for the winter. He is the first to meet you at the gate, and he super smart and willing. He has been hauled since birth because we continued to ride his dam at barrel races when he was nursing.  He had another 30 days put on him this spring as a 3yr old. 


2013 Sorrel filly by Dream On Buster (own son of Dash For Cash). She is incredibly well broke, and has been used in and around the feedlots. She is currently in barrel training.

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VCR Olympic Torch (aka Turbo)

Pictured at 18 years old.  Torbo is a very smart and gentle stud.  He is a pleasure to work with, and we never need to use a chain on him even when breeding mares.  He was injured on the race track before he ever got a chance to run and was purchased right away for breeding, so he never got a chance to go back and race.


Dashing Sparkles

Sparkles is a 2015 grade filly. Her dam is cow bred (did not get papers on her), and her sire is our race stud Turbo. Should make an outstanding performance prospect.


Raspberry is 2017 filly out of Rebel and Torch. She is a full sister to Kyle. She is very sweet and good natured.  A nice calm filly that meets you at the gate.  She is broke to tie and stands for the farrier. 


For Sale: $2500

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Prince is a July 2017 Colt out of Bonita and Torch. He is a full brother to Dashing Sparkles. She is very sweet and good natured. He is broke to tie, stands for the farrier, and has been hauled extensively. He will be trained as a barrel prospect. –No papers

Dashing Prince


Milli is a new addition to our farm.  She is a paternal sister to my good ole barrel gelding Nash (that my daughter now rides) as they are both by Comprende. Her dam is by Bugs Alive In 75. Love her lines! She was trained and on track to be a smoken 3yr old futurity horse when an injury ended her career.

She will be bred to Guyspocketfullofcash this year.


For Sale: $2000

For Sale: $950

Cole AQHA pending

Reba was purchased off the track in the summer of 2018.  She has a good handle and is started on the barrels. 

Cole is a 2018 stud colt out of our Milli mare and sired by Howling Corona. His dam Milli was an awesome futurity barrel horse, until an injury prevented her from continuing her career. She has the same sire as our main barrel mount Nash. She also has the same sire (Comprende) as Fancy’s Dam. Scott Smith also rides a Comprende son, winning $290,000 on him in the World Series of Team Roping’s Ariat #12 Finale.

According to his owner, Coles sire ,“Howelling Corona is a AAA son of "King Corona" (full brother to Corona Cartel, #2 leading living sire of Racing Quarter horses.) 
King Corona's offsping have earned well over 2 million in earnings with just 4 crops of racing age. His dam Bet the Angel is the best producing daughter of Bet the Cash with Howelling Corona being "Bet the Cash's" highest earning grand foal.
Howelling Corona has a Speed Index of 97, he received his ROM on his first out (first race).  He retired fully sound off the track. Howelling Corona is fast, has a great mind, his conformation is correct and very balanced. He has always been very versatile, easily adapts, a great work ethic and he never tires.”

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