Farm breeding and boarding services
In 2015 we will have 1 QH stallions and live foal guarantee plus color guarantee. WE do have some foals by a few outside stallions coming also in 2015. WE are really excited about our first foals by Jessy coming in 2015!!! With a few trial breedings we cant wait to see them. WE will be breeding all our QH mares to him in 2015 and maybe a few paints. With his great pedigrees to back him up and quality you cant go wrong with all that for your next choice to breed to your mare.
We will guarantee dilute color(palomino or buckskin) and no more bay or sorrel foals. If bred a dun gene mare to him, you can possibly get a dunalino or dunskin, and if a roan mare, a buckskin roan or palomino roan. IF you breed dilute mare, you will have a chance for a double dilute foal.
Takes the guessing out of breeding. WE offer discounts for mares who are proven show winners or producers. Contract required for all mares.
Stallion breeding fees
$100.00 handling fee up front comes off stallion service fee.
stallion fee $400.00 (limited 2 mares per month)
boarding 2 weeks free for dry mares and sonogram included.(mare with foal not free)
board is $8 wet mare, $6 dry mare. If you bring your own feed, take off $2 off per day. Private stall paddock with shavings extra $3 per day.
All vet fees, farrier or emergency care, mare owner is responsible, not included in board or breeding fee. Breeding is March 1st to June 30th. Live cover only hand breeding, no shipped semen.
Jessys Hollywood Doc
2010 Perlino AQHA colt
( Hollywoodbomdiggity X Prescription Jessie)
sire is buckskin and dam is dunskin
breaking news!!! Tested homozygous for agouti and carries 1 red gene!!!! Jessy will never produce smokey black, but only buckskin or palomino. If he is dun gened then he can produce dunalino and dunskins. We will know over the years if he does produce dun gened out of non dun qh mares.
Jessy has 3 Hall of Fame horses on his Papers, one triple crown winner NCHA, and 5 Hall of Fame off his papers. Combination of reining, cutting and speed on the bottom. Stands 15.1 hands now We are very excited about this stallion and what he will bring to our farm with his breeding and potential. His first foals should be see in 2015!!
Top Ten World Show (1974 Reining
Superior Performance (1974 Reining
NRHA HALL OF FAME
NRHA $1 million sire
The 2nd All Time Leading Sire in National Reining Horse history.
Hollywood Dun It has broken every National Reining Horse Association siring record.
When the 2004 NRHA Futurity came to a close, his foals carried him past the $4 Million siring pinnacle.
Registered Foals: 1,178
Point Earners: 482
Points Earned: 10,638
Total Offspring Earnings: $5,438,583.80
Earner of $167,471 in cutting, reining and cowhorse events, and 65 AQHA points
1990 AQHA World Sr. Cutting Open Champion
1993 AQHA World Sr. Reining Open Champion
2004 NRHA World Champion
Reserve World Champion, NRHA Open
NCHA Super Stakes, 1989 3rd O Super Stakes, Top Ten.
NRHA money-earner, NCHA money-earner, Halter Point Earner, ROM Performance.
OFFSPRING: World Champion Offspring,
Reserve World Champion Offspring,
Superior Performance Offspring,
ROM Halter Offspring,
ROM Performance Offspring,
Sire of Blue Boy Doc World Champion Sire and Shy Presription
full brother to Docs Hotrodder, Docs Lynx , Docs Cupcake
5 panel test: Hypp, Herda, PSSM1, MH negative.
gbed carrier:When a normal mare or stallion (GG) is bred to a carrier stallion or mare Gg), there is a 50% chance that the foal will be a carrier (Gg) and a 0% chance of an affected foal (gg): Figure 2 illustrates the pattern of inheritance for normal/carrier crosses.
We will not breed him to any GBED positive mares, and advise any mare owners to test negative for GBED before breeding. To avoid abortion or symptomatic foals who die, this is imperative. We will be testing our mares to be bred to him when the time comes to prevent this. GBED facts
Mare care information for the mare owner
Above one of our farm mares Rose pictured with her foal, and the condition we expect any mare to be in on arrival.
- boarding varies
- contract required (make a request)
- guaranteed live foal
- guaranteed tobiano with Prince
- CHARGES AND FEES THAT MAY APPLY
- veterinary services if necessary
- any necessary expense for the health of any visiting mares, including medicine or shoer
- dewormings and vaccinations if not done
discounts available to money earning or point earner mares, daughters of the same or champion sired, as well as multiple mares.
Mare breeding and boarding
All mares must be in good health, and breeding condition, neg. coggins, current on vaccinations, deworming and hoof care. All must have negative culture before breeding. Can be done by a vet here or you can have your vet do it. Paperwork required to show test results. Any special care issues must be discussed in advance and may be extra charge for additional requirments. Barren aged mares are recommended to be given reproductive exam by an experience reproductive horse vet and have palpation, sonogram, culture and biopsy before breeding. There are no guarantees on aged barren mares who have not undergone these test for breeding soundness. All mares must be halter broke and tie, cannot have shoes on the hind feet by breeding or they will be pulled at the owners expense or may delay breeding because of the wait on a shoer. We do live cover only and hand breeding supervised to protect both mare and stallion. We guarantee our stallions fertile but if the mare has infection or fertility problem the stallion cannot be held responsible. We intend to get every mare in foal and mare owners need to be aware of other conditions that could effect breeding other than stallion fertility. WE have 100% conception so far on our farm due to stringent breeding methods and protocol. Best chance is young healthy mares who are not under stress and in breeding shape and checked clean on culture..would be a sure thing FYI(without considering hormonal problems).
mare care articles that are benefitial to read about for mare owners, and printable records on the second link. click on the link to read further, and if you are a mare owner I recommend you do your homework.