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               We currently Raise registered Quarter Horses and Appaloosas

Our horses are raised outside and allowed to be horses. We have been raising Quarter Horses for many years as well as  Appaloosas, thoroughbreds and Paints, we  Actually raised Appaloosas 1st and later got into the Quarter Horses but we love the  Appaloosas and  have continued to breed them. We are of the opinion that good horses do not come in bad colors. We  believe in the old saying" never judge a book by its cover" and we apply that to our horses and we never judge a horse by his color as a good horse can be any color. We do judge our horses by their abilities. They must be good minded and trainable first and foremost. We expect 110% at whatever we ask them to do.  Our horses are bred to do the job you want to do. Versatility is what we strive for, and  disposition is a priority to us, so what ever you want to do is what our horses  are bred to do.

Many People have asked us what our  thoughts are on HYPP,   well our opinion is very simple, if a horse is N/N which means they are double negative, then that horse does not have HYPP,  cannot get HYPP and   therefore cannot reproduce HYPP.  It appears that certain bloodlines(Impressive and Poco Bueno) are now being identified with certain  serious health conditions( and now ), we feel as responsible breeders  if the horse is not N/N then they should not reproduce.

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Teresa & Marisa Brooke

91730 HWY 140W






2013 Colt by Ghost Dancing and out of ItsAllAboutTheLuke a point earning daughter of Luke At Me

                                       ABCA  Border Collies

                                                   Reds, Merles and Blacks

                          our dogs are from working parents, 

                             we use them on the ranch daily