Quarter Horses - Outriding Horses - Pickup Horses - Barrel Racing Horses - Pole Bending Horses
These are our Quarter horses that we use for work, breeding and play. Some of them are old timers that will never leave the farm and others still work everyday and bring in the dough. Our race bred quarter horse mares that we use for breeding are
listed here as well. Be sure to check out the stories and acheivements of these horses. Some have participated in making movies, been on magazine covers, and others are noteable figures around the area. Some of them are barrel racing horses, pole bending horses, outriding horses,
pickup horses and will go in harness. These horses are not for sale at this time.
Go Maggie Go
Go Man Go
Lewis' Mass Ofcopper
1985 gray quarter horse gelding
Master Jolly is currently being used as an outriding horse at Turfway Park. He might be 19 years old but he still has the get up and go to catch a loose Thoroughbred race horse.
Click here to see him on magazine covers and to watch him in action catching a loose horse.
1989 sorrel grade gelding
Trigger is a pickup horse deluxe. He is a grade horse
but his looks and talent make up for it. He is 16.1 and has a flaxen
mane and tail. He is currently being used as an outriding horse at Turfway Park.
Click here to see him at work.
Mr Jet Bug
Miss Night Bar
Lady Bug Scooper
That Pep's Boy
That's My Boy
1980 bay quarter horse gelding
Jet's Jitterbug is the senior citizen in our barn but you would never know that because
he doesn't act his age. He still loves to get out and do his job. Look for
him at the Great Lake Circuit Finals Rodeo in Louisville, KY
as Randy Schmutz uses him to announce off of.
Click here to see him at work in the rodeo arena and on the race track.
Devil Deck Twist
Devil Deck Twist
Ole Jet Devil
Jet Deck Second
My Baby Face
The Ole Man
Bonnie T Bars
Half Moon Bars
Media Luna Vee
1983 sorrel quarter horse gelding
2002 IBRA 3D Kentucky State Champion.
Devil has many skills. He runs barrels, poles, jumps, does trail, works cattle and goes in harness. He has a ROM in barrels, poles and trail.
Click here to see him at work with no bridle and to see his acheivements.
A horse is more than what we see,
He is devotion and a mystery,
He is work, a pleasure and a companion too,
He is heart and soul of the things we do.
He is history, a legend, a part of our past,
He is our future understanding, of lives we cast.
He is grace, he is style, he is soft and kind.
He calms nerves, and helps unwind.
He is comical, an acrobat with a touch of ballet.
He is wind. He is courage in more than one way.
He is security, with honesty he holds no lies,
With unspoken thoughts behind his eyes.
A challenge for us to fully understand,
The life and bond between horse and man.