Stallions

We are extremely proud of these beautiful and versatile stallions. We are focused on disposition and athleticism.

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LJSR Emperor 2003 Black Stallion
Super athletic grandson of The Flying Saint. The Saint was a grand champion at halter and a race winner. He sired World Show qualifiers, ROMs, a Justin Rookie of the Year, and Solid Gold Barrel Race winners. Emperor’s dam was one of the best producers we purchased from Stearn’s Quarter Horses. She was an own daughter of AQHA Champion Mr Bar Pat Star who goes back to the great Oklahoma Star. Emperor’s colts have big hips, pretty heads, and are extremely correct with a very trainable mind.
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LJSR Remington Roan 2017 Bay Roan Stallion
Remington is a beautiful bay roan stallion we will be introducing in 2021. He is an own son of our great cross of LJSR Poco Hook and WMF Ultima. We think highly of this duo as we’ve kept three of their offspring. Tressa rides a full brother, LJSR Red River, and his full sister is LJSR Roan Chinook. Remington was started by Tucker Dale in the fall of 2019 and he was easy going and took things in stride. We are excited to see what he produces.
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LJSR Poco Hook
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Starlights Boon 2013 Red Roan Stallion
Starlights Boon is a smooth moving, cowy, and athletic son of Starlights Lenny who earned $4,890 and his NCHA COA. Grays Starlight is an all time leading sire of over $10 million in cutting, reining, and cow horse events and has proven to be one of the most versatile sires in the industry. Peptos Stylish Oak is the sire of nearly $4 million in cutting earners. Boon’s dam is a good sized mare standing at 15 hands and she is a full sister to the 2008 Colorado Reined Cowhorse Fall Futurity Champion,
Peptos Pretty Pep. 2021 will mark our last set of foals by Starlights Boon.
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Introducing in 2022

Paid For Potion (Whiskey) 2018 Bay Roan Stallion
We selected this exciting prospect right from the great Sampson Family Ranch.  The Irish Pays have so much versatility to offer.  They have great dispositions, speed, cow, and are good looking.  They are really starting to excel in the arena as he has produced earners of more than $100,00 with limited performers.   We thought his dam, Whitch Potion, was a really good looking mare with a very strong cowhorse pedigree and that was the clincher for us.  Whiskey has a great mind, a lot of bone, depth of muscle, and is extremely athletic.  His pedigree boasts five of the top 10 ranch horse sires according to Western Horseman in 2019.    Peppy San Badger, Paddys Irish Whiskey, Peptoboonsmal, Tanquery Gin, and Doc Bar.  We are excited about this young stallion and what he can bring to our program.
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Paid For Potion as a 2-year-old
Paid For Potion as a 2-year-old

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photo by Rahn Performance Equine

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LJSR Poco Hook 1996 Bay Roan Stallion

Former stallions

PJs Jessie Bueno 1997 Dun Stallion
JB has been a great sire for us over the years. He goes back to the immortal cow horse sire, Poco Tivio, on the top, and the reserve world champion cutting horse, Jessie James on the bottom. Splash in a little speed on the bottom with Jet Smooth and you have a recipe for colts that can do anything.  He sires good foot and bone, and most importantly a great mind. We hear from customers that have purchased colts by JB and they rave about how trainable they are.
The 2020 colts were our last set of foals by PJs Jessie Bueno as he was sold in 2019.
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LJSR Poco Hook 1996 Bay Roan Stallion
We had our last crop of colts by Hook in 2019.  He was a fantastic stallion for us and we have many great producing daughters and have kept a son to replace him.  He was a great looking bay roan stallion going back to Fancy Roan Bar and Tee Jay Tommy. He was successfully used for team roping before we bought him back. His offspring are gorgeous. They have great heads and huge hips. They were always great to halter break and have been doing well in the team roping pen. Most notably, Kevin Rahn’s, CA Roan Talon “Cactus”, who he qualified on for the 2016 World Series of
Team Roping in Las Vegas.
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