The Prospects

The up and coming generation is so very important.  Each year we pick the best crosses and then dream for the next 11months about what the little bundles of joy will look like...and then we get to watch them grow in to the prospects we had planned them to be!  As the kids get older, they too participate and eagerly pick and argue a bit over who will get to show each youngster. 



Straw Poll

5/18/15  |  Chestnut Filly  |  ApHC #N 678672

"Aggie" is a well built Magnum filly and out of a proven all-around show mare, Suzy Q Review.  We are anxiously looking forward to a bright future for this filly - both on the ranch and in the show pen.  Kristine is crossing her fingers for a future games horse - Jake is crossing his fingers for a future ranch horse - BOTH of which she's bred to excel at!  She made it out to her first show in Sept 2017, and was a rock star.  Took standing to the side of a trailer all day like a champ and brought home a win in Open, Non Pro, and Youth for her very first ApHC points!  A serious injury shortly after her first show has sidelined both her training and showing.  While we hope for a complete recovery someday, we are offering Aggie on a breeding lease or possible sale. 
PSSM1: N/N by parent testing

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Show Record:

1.0 Non Pro Hunter In Hand Mares
1.0 Open Hunter In Hand Mares
1.0 Youth Halter Mares




Totally Magnetized

6/3/16  |  Gold Champagne Filly  |  ApHC # Pending

I guess you could say "Pippi" was another unplanned addition!  I couldn't believe it when "Sugar" started bagging up - and boy was I surprised when I looked out the window one morning to see this little beauty out there!  "Pippi" is another knock-out Magnum filly.  She is out of Totally Conspicuous, a maternal sister to The Hunter, and a proven show and broodmare.  She had a rough start - from her momma being called open TWICE, and sent to pasture with the cows...then she ended up slicing open her face at just 2 days old while staying at the vet's - and required stitches, THEN, momma developed mastitis when she was just over 2 months old and she had to be weaned...thankfully things have slown down a bit on the disaster side for her.  Hopefully now she can get caught up on her growing - we are anxious to watch her blossom!  Katy is hoping to make Pippi her next walk/trot horse.  Big shoes for a young horse to fill, but she was great for Katy in September and they picked up some walk/trot points - and Abby some 18 & under points!  We'll see what 2019 holds.

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Show Record:

Class Life Points Current Year Points
Non-Pro Hunter In Hand Mares 1.5 1.0
Open Hunter in Hand Mares 1.5 1.0
Open Two-Year-Old Mares 2.0 1.0
Youth Camas Prairie Stump Race 18 & Under 0.5 0.5
Youth Figure 8 Stake Race 18 & Under 0.5 0.5
Youth Halter Mares 1.5 0.5
Youth Hunter In Hand Mares 2.0 1.0
Youth Keyhole Race 18 & Under 1.0 1.0
Youth Nez Perce Stake Race 18 & Under 0.5 0.5
Youth Walk/Trot Camas Prairie Stump Race 10 & Unde 0.5 0.5
Youth Walk/Trot Figure 8 Stake Race 10 & Under 0.5 0.5
Youth Walk/Trot Keyhole Race 10 & Under 0.5 0.5





6/4/18  |  Gold Champange Characteristic Filly  |  ApHC # 685284

"Iris" is offically Adam's filly.  When he was offered to be the retirement home of Dial Alice, he was hoping to get a foal out of her and Magnum...well, specifically a COLT.  In fact for most of the pregnancy, he wouldn't even consider the fact that this foal could be a filly...then the big day came.  As the due date approached, he began dreading the fact that it may be a filly...and said, if it is, I don't want it! ..and we are going to name it Dialed The Wrong Number and try again!  Well, the big day arrived and as he anxiously watched the arrival of his new foal, I felt almost terrible when I had to announce it was indeed a filly.  Within minutes, he was able to come in and meet HER.  It maybe took 2 minutes of him petting her before he said, "Maybe a filly won't be so bad..." within a day, he figured there was nothing better than 'his girl'.  The name stuck, though - and I have to laugh every time I hear it.  We'll see if he gets another try for his colt...but either way, I think Iris is his to stay!  (and, for a 10 year old boy, I think he's done a great job naming her!!)  Watch for these two - out working cattle and in the show pen in the years to come!  At their very first show, Iris stood Grand Champion Mare - and with 2 shows under her belt as a weanling, has 5 National points!

PSSM1: N/N by parent testing

Show Record:

Class Life Points Current Year Points
Non-Pro Halter Mares 1.0 1.0
Non-Pro Hunter In Hand Mares 0.5 0.5
Open Weanling Fillies 1.5 1.5
Youth Halter Mares 1.0 1.0
Youth Hunter In Hand Mares 1.0 1.0


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