Toms Jet Deck, (JET) is a 2000, AQHA, Gelding, 15.2 hands. We are extremely proud Jets accomplishments over the last 6 years. He has won several buckles and saddles in the short time he has been running barrels. 2014 was another outstanding year for Jet.
He took the average in the Glasgow MT. and Scobey MT. Highline Dodge Dash. Winning the 1 D average buckle and the Dodge Bonus Bucks in Scobey MT. with a time of 17.5. He was also the winner of the 1D saddle and the 1D senior saddles in the Outback Barrel Racing Series for 2014. Jet also runs poles and loves it. Jet is easy to haul and eats and drinks well on the road.
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Ima Bay Gourmet, 2003, APHA, Dark Bay mare, 15.0 hands. PJ, gives 110% in everything she does. She started running barrels in 2009 and we havenít looked back. She has won several saddles, and buckles. PJ runs well indoors and the large out arenas. Run her as fast as you want, hang on, she is in 4 wheel drive around the barrels. She loves her job! Anyone can ride this mare. With that being said she is powerful in her moves, so hang on. PJ, also runs poles, loves to work cattle. She eats and drinks well on the road. Stands tied well at the trailer, and is easy to trim and shoe. She is well known in the Outback Barrel Racing Association, and the UBRC in Montana. She will be hauled until sold.
VK Roosters Dee Bar, Dee is a 2006, 14.3 hand mare. She is now patterned on the barrels and just needs to be hauled and seasoned. She has been ranch rode and used in the sorting pen. She has a decent rein, works off the leg cues and has a nice stop. Dee, has an outstanding deposition and is easy to work with. Dee, has full siblings doing well in heeling, barrels, poles and working cow horse.
VK Docs Little Dell, 2009, AQHA, sorrel mare, 15.2 hands. Little Dell, was started late, no fault of her own. We just had to many young ones going and not enough time. She is proving to be very smart, athletic and has taken everything in stride. She is very quick footed and loves to work. She is starting to rein, has nice leg cues, and rides out nice alone. Little Dell has never offered to buck or do anything stupid. She is easy to catch, stands tied, loads well, stands for farrier. Little Dell would make an outstanding barrel prospect.
VK Docs Midjeta, is a 2006, 15.2 hand, cremellow gelding. Midjeta has been ridden on the ranch to gather cattle. He has drug ties and tires and none of those bother him. Midjeta is now patterned on barrels and poles and will start seasoning him this spring. He is very quick and caty around the barrels and can really run. We feel he is going to be a good one, but needs a quite hand and confident rider. Midjeta will start being hauled to jackpots this spring. Midjeta is big enough to be a heading horse prospect. Fall 2014 started seasoning and is running top of the 1 D in the NBHA district #3. Midjeta will be a top contender in barrel racing in the right hands.
Needs a confidant rider with quite hands. Extremely fast, with quick turns. Call for pricing.
VK Incoming Cash, (Income) is a 2004, 16.1 hand gelding. Income has been used on the ranch and is patterned on the barrels. Income, was hauled and starting his seasoning the summer of 2014. He has proven to really start to hunt the barrels. With limited hauling he is running top of 3 D, and was a reserve champion 3 D winner in the Outback Barrel Racing series. Income has a lot of power and really has a huge stride to cover ground. He will only get better with more seasoning. Runs both indoor or large outdoor arenas, nice turns. Has not been pushed yet. Loves to go work cattle and go on trail rides to keep him legged up. Would make a great college or high school horse. He will be hauled and ran until sold.
VK Hanna is Cash, Hanna is a 2007, AQHA, sorrel mare, with outstanding breeding. With Bully Bullion si104, and Hot Dasher si103, also the great Dash For Cash si114. Hanna has an outstanding dispostion and willing attitude. She has been used on the ranch to gather cattle. Hanna enjoys her rides out working cattle. She is very laid back and is easy to work with. Hanna side passes, good whoa, and is easy to ride. She stands well for farrier, loads, ansd is easy to catch. She is an in your pocket type of mare. Started working the barrel pattern, loping nice circles and is very willing. Also working the rope off her and is dragging tires. Takes her leads well. Great disposition.
VK Joes Peppy, is a 2009, AQHA, cremellow gelding, 15.2 hands. Peppy, was started spring of 2014 and is riding very well. He is very cow-y and athletic , and wants to work. Peppy rides out well alone, and has a nice, faster paced walk. Lopes nice circles and could be a barrel prospect. He has full siblings that are doing very well in the arena and on the ranch. He has full siblings that are top arena horses, both in the roping pen and also at barrels. Peppy, has an outstanding disposition, easy to catch, shoe, and load.
VK Quick Silver, 2010, AQHA, 15.2 hand, palomino gelding. Silver, was just started last spring 2014. He was used to drag calves to the branding fire and has been ranch rode for several months. He is a nice quite gelding and doesnít have to be ridden everyday, stays broke. He flexes well and has a decent whoa on him. Silver, was kicked in the knee as a 3 yr. old and has a large hard lump on the bottom, inside, of his knee. He has not taken a lame step in the last year.
VK Cool Dual Doc, 2012, sorrel gelding, 16.0 hands. Dually has been used on the ranch. He loves to cover the country. Dually is very handy in the pens also. Very quick mover, side passes, and opens gates with ease. Dually has been started on the barrel pattern and is really a quick learner. He has been hauled to see the sites and nothing seems to phase him. Dually has a scar on his front foot from when he was 2 years old. He has not been lame on it since it healed, but the scar is still there. He stands well for farrier.
VK Lucky Bars, VK Lucky Bars, 2014, sorrel APHA gelding, stands 15.0 hands, Lucky was started last summer 2016 by Kevin Rahn. He is riding nice outside, and hasnít had any spook or buck at all. Lucky would do well with an experienced rider to finish his training. Lucky is easy to catch, and stands well for farrier.
VK Roosters Bar, is a 2014, sorrel mare, stands 15.0 hands. Dot, was started by Kevin Rahn last summer. She is riding out well with no issues. She hasnít had any spook or buck in her. Her full siblings have all done well on the ranch and in the arena, she should be able to do the same. Very easy going and wants to please. Dot stands well for the farrier.
Gone ABA Star, 2006, bay mare, 15.3 hands. Bee, has extensive training in reining. She is also being seasoned in the barrels. Bee enjoys the barrels and is now running at the top of the 3 D with limited hauling. With that being said, she has plenty of speed to be able to run in the 1 D with more consistent hauling. She has only had about 40 competition runs. She is on track to be hauled consistently the summer of 2017. Bee is easy to haul, eats and drinks well on the road, easy to shoe. Bee enjoys working cattle to stay in shape. Bee, would make a great collage or high school rodeo horse. No maintenance, easy to be around.
Daisy D for Me, 2007, grey mare, 15.2 hands. Daisy has been used on the ranch moving and gathering cattle. Has done some team penning and sorting. Daisy is starting to be seasoned in the barrels and has competed about 20 runs. She is placing in the top of the 3 D at this time. She has plenty of speed and with more consistent hauling she should easily run in the 1 and 2 D. She also has been started on the poles and is tracking cattle. Easy to ride and is more of a push style horse. Does not get hot or spooky. She will be hauled consistently the summer of 2017. No maintenance, loves attention, eats and drinks well on the road.
Velvet San Colonel, 2001, bay mare, 15.1 hands I purchase Velvet in 2008, to run barrels on. She proved to teach me a lot in the next few years. She was running the top of the 2 D with limited hauling. In the late summer of 2014 Velvet came up lame in the front end.
I hauled her to 2 veterinarians and with findings she was sore. I was told by a CSR vet, ďshe needs coffin joint and hock injectionsĒ. I had her injected and turned her out for the winter with riding. Spring of 2015, she come in from pasture sound with no limping. However, by this time I had more then enough horses competing so didnít have room to haul her. Velvet has stayed sound just trail riding and hasnít had any injections since 2014. With that being said. She could go back to barrel racing, but may need maintenance doing so. Velvet stands well for farrier, hauls well, eats and drinks well on the road, and is easy to get along with.
VK Clabber Tadpole, is a 2004, AQHA, sorrel mare, 15.2 hands. Tadpole has been used extensively on the ranch; she has drug calves to the branding pot, used for doctoring yearlings, and tagging calves. Tadpole is also patterned on the barrels and has been used for breakaway roping and heeling. Tadpole is an in your pocket type of mare and stands well for farrier, easy to catch. She is up to date on vaccinations and de-worming.
Frenchins Date, 2009, bay mare, 15.1 hands. Fame, was started late, broke to ride late in 2014. Fame is now being seasoned on the barrels and has proven to be a natural. She has several half and full siblings running at this time in the 1 D with Victoria Netzer.
Fame is running at the top of 3 D at this time with limited hauling. She just keeps getting better and better. Fame is easy to haul, stands well for farrier. She will be started on the poles the summer of 2017. She will be haul consistently the summer of 2017.
With Frenchmens Guy, Dash Ta Fame and the Signature on her papers she will also fit well into the broodmare pen when your done running her.