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Our Herds

​Full Name: Poco Ol' Yeller
Sire: Poco King
Dam: Jaba Daughter

With a goal to preserve the palomino gene in our horses we introduced Yeller to a few of our grey and palomino colored mares. Being our very first self bred stallion we are looking forward to all of his offspring and future riding prospects.

​Two of the first offspring proudly showing off the genetic inheritance of their father.                              (right photograph)

In April 2015 we received Yellers first foals and are eagerly awaiting his products for the next few years to come.

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Ol' Yeller

 
Full name: Caz Olenas Mazel Tov
Sire: A Painted Smart Olena (QH)
Dam: Burst The Balloon (TB)

Mazel Tov took over Juniors' spot & is happily leading this beautiful herd with all of his painted pride. Taking into consideration his somewhat traumatic past of a broken hind leg, (having to carry around an implanted metal pin) we were surprised at how fast he adapted to the conditions of his new home.

Strong genes from both sides (quarterhorse & thoroughbred) ensure a strong and promising future for his breeding career on the Ranch and we are more than excited to see what he has in store for us.

One of the younger mares of the painted herd posing for a quick snapshot in the late afternoon shade, whilst the rest munches on some juicy grass.

Mazel Tov

 

Doc Bronze

​Full Name: Doc Bronson
Sire: Doc O'lena Chick
Dam: CR Princess Sugar

Doc has always lead our No.1 - thirty-six mare strong herd on the Ranch, and until now he has most certainly proven himself worthy of this rank. Strong QH & Paint horse genes and a very mature temperament ensure us a promising future for his offspring.

​Two of the Quarter (F2) X Wild Horse Mares, both daughters of deceased Poco King are posing for a Snapshot.​                             (right photograph)

 

 

 

2011 marks the year Docs first strong & healthy looking offspring made touchdown on the Ranch.

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Full name: Poco Topclass
Sire: Poco Topqas
Dam: Topqas

Poco made debut 2 years after Jabaroan's entry. He was the smallest but yet had the most compact frame of all the stallions. There certainly was no slight thought of retaliation whenever he was provoked.

 

Poco's herd consisted of 10 to 15 mares on average, most of them being deceased Jabaroans' and deceased Poco King's work of art.

 

Since his arrival in 2004, Poco has produced more than 70 offspring during his time on the Ranch.

Carrying genes that can be traced back to the legendary Poco Bueno; his male offspring is of high standart, fathering stallions such as "Poco Matador"​  (right photograph)

 

Poco Top Class

 
Full Name: Bronco Prince Junior
Sire: Bronco Springer
Dam: CR Princess Sugar

 

Thanks to his strong genetic lines this tall & noble Paint Stallion has produced more than enough clones to always be remembered by. Junior lead our paint herd for nearly 8 years & we couldnt have asked for a better APHA stallion to cover our Mares.

Our painted herd always consists of roughly

15 - 25 second generation QH mares , assuring to be absolute eye catchers during every visit & inspection.

Junior

 

One of Juniors filly offspring believed to have an "Moroccan" Paint pattern with a single blue eye a complete white body and brown face.

​Full Name: Bronco Jabaroan
Sire: Ons Naelperd Mars
Dam: Na Charlos Jabalina

 

Jabaroan was our very first American Quarter Horse Stallion. An extremely strong and compact horse. He produced the most beautiful mare offspring and  many of his daughters are in our #1 Herd with Doc Bronze today.

Jaba's herd consisted of 10 - 15 mares on average too, which were mostly Poco Top Class and deceased Poco King's daughters.

Jabaroan†

 

Jaba was not only our first QH stallion, but also the most efficient and hard-working; having produced more than 100 offspring  since his arrival in 2003.

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