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Lean On Diamond Peppy Lean On Diamond Peppy
May 10, 2005    14.3 HH    APHA    sorrel tovero    Stallion

Lean On Diamond Peppy (Root) is the new addition to our stallion line up. His previous owners had him started in reining training as a 2 yr old but their focus changed after a couple of months and he was pulled out of training to a life of liesure in his pasture. When Cherokees Trophy passed away we were on the hunt for a new stallion and lucky for us they were willing to sell him. "Root" went back into training in November 2009 at Kim & Lisa Smith's. After showing him successfully at the APHA Zone 10 show in 2009 we brought "Root" home to start another career chasing cows. He was very interested in cattle and took to his new job of team penning and sorting very easily. "Root" is very cowy and very fun to ride. This winter he will be introduced to the roping box and more cow work. He will stand to the public to a limited number of mares this spring so if you are interested please give us a call. Note: Photos on this page taken by Arto Photography
  • Like A Diamond

    • Grays Starlight

      • Peppy San Badger

      • Doc's Starlight

    • Diamond Jewel Wood

      • Diamond Jim

      • Castro's Sister

  • Peppys Fancy Delta

    • Delta Olena

      • Doc O'Lena

      • Delta

    • Little Peppys Sal

      • Peppy San Badger

      • Sierpe De Sal

Lean On Diamond Peppy Lean On Diamond Peppy

Man O Dude Man O Dude
April 6, 1995    15 HH    AQHA    Chestnut    Stallion

Man O Dude or "Doc", as we call him, has a pedigree that speaks for itself. With Doc O'Lena and Jewel's Leo Bars on his sires side he is definitely bred to work a cow. On his dam's side he has Major Bonanza and Lucky's Streak to add versatility and good looks. Doc was trained as a cutting horse but due to a stifle injury was never shown. He still enjoys sorting and cutting out a cow on his own if he gets the chance to mix with our cow herd. Doc was new to our program in 2004 so our first foals by him arrived in 2005 and they are very nice. They seem to have very nice temperments, have been very easy to halter break (smart), and are very good looking. We can hardly wait to start riding them! Doc will stand for outside mares for $700.00. APHA approved
  • Doc O Dude

    • Doc O'Lena

      • Doc Bar

      • Poco Lena

    • Freckles Fancy

      • Jewel's Leo Bars

      • Miss Cocoa Jay

  • Majamanda Streaker

    • Major Bonanza

      • Coy's Bonanza

      • Manana's Rosa

    • Lucky's Streak

      • Lucky Five

      • Scooter's Fancy

Man O Dude

Lees Coin Lees Coin
April 28, 1996    14.2 HH    AQHA    chestnut    Stallion

Lees Coin is a good looking very athletic fellow. He was trained to be a reining horse but he was too energetic to compete with so instead Tyler tried him team roping which was right up his alley. He is very cowy and has lots of speed and even though he isn't that tall he could handle the cattle very well as a heading horse. He stands to the public for $500.
  • Mr Peppy Lee

    • Solanos Peppy San

      • Peppy San Badger

      • Solanos Deb

    • Miss Lee Mar 29

      • Magic Manner

      • Dusty Dandy Dia

  • Sabres Sunday Coin

    • Sunday Times

      • Old Pueblo (TB)

      • Sunday Seeker

    • Sabre Bucketofluck

      • Rillito's Cause

      • Skip Badlands 267

Lees Coin

Cherokees Trophy Cherokees Trophy
May 22, 1996    14.3 HH    APHA    Brown Tobiano    Stallion

Cherokees Trophy, a.k.a. "Bubs" is our junior paint stallion. Although his reining career started late in his 3 yr old year he was able to earn his ROM in reining as a 4 yr old. At this point we decided to start using him as a breeding stallion so his reining career ended. We are confident that Bubs is homozygous for the tobiano gene, since he has produced 100% color on all of his foals to date and because of this his service comes with a live color foal guarantee. His foals all seem to be very athletic and are very good looking. Bubs stands to a limited number of outside mares for $500.00 and will be nominated to the Canadian Colors Futurity for 2008. It is with great sadness we have to report Bubs passed away very suddenly the summer of 2008 . He will be greatly missed.
    • Spooks Trophy Boy

      • Scootin Spook

      • Quick Chick

    • Impressive Jewel Bar (QH)

      • Ole Star Leo

      • Ole Jewel Bars

  • Keota

    • Top Bull Warchief

      • Tom Tom Sundance R

      • Squaw Bonnett

    • Sailors Becky

      • Spooky Sailor

      • Imperial Cocoa (QH)

Cherokees Trophy

OCP Easter Bunny OCP Easter Bunny
April 11, 1993    15 HH    APHA    Bay Tobiano    Stallion

OCP Easter Bunny a.k.a. "Franky" is our oldest paint stallion and has produced some awesome foals. Franky is very muscled and has a very pretty head with 2 blue eyes. He routinely adds a pretty head and nice round hips to his babies, as well as, lots of athletic ability. His foals all seem to have a natural ability to bury their butts into the ground to stop, can turn around quick, they have natural cow sense, and are very versatile. He has produced the 2004 APHA Zone 10 Paint O Rama Super Horse, the 2005 Reserve Champion at the 50/50 Pot O Gold Futurity plus the Hi Point Amateur Halter Gelding at the 2005 APHA Zone 10 Paint O Rama and numerous ranch and pleasure horses. We are sad to say Franky passed away in October of 2006 from a massive heart attack. He will be greatly missed as he has produced some excellent horses for us.
  • Spooks Trophy Boy

    • Scootin Spook

      • Tinky's Spook

      • Snipper's Buttons

    • Quick Chick

      • Lucky Straw

      • Unknown

  • Impressive Jewel Bar

    • Ole Star Leo

      • Ole Impressive

      • Princess Star Leo

    • Ole Jewel Bars

      • Ole Impressive

      • Bruin Bar


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