Futurity winner (reined cow horse) and money earner Her sire is the world reknown Color Me Smart - APHA's first million dollar sire (and now producer of either 3 or 4 million $$) Not a real big mare, but she's at least 14.1 and very nicely built. Sweet mare. No obvious signs of being 'off' most of the time, but she's no longer physically capable of showing. She is definitely broodmare sound, since she has produced several foals for us. She is a very special mare that has produced very special babies......
She was in foal to a NCHA $$ earning son of High Brow Cat when we purchased her. Had a brown tobiano filly that spring. (sold, resold - no idea where she ended up...)
Bred to Ris Key Business and produced a dun tobiano colt (sold and being shown)
Bred to grulla, homozygous tobiano Ris Key Business/Peppy San Badger stallion for 2011.
2011 dun tobiano colt (sold)
rebred to same stallion for 2012.
red dun tobiano colt. (sold to Australia)
No foal for 2013, gave her a break from raising babies.
Bred back same way for 2014 - red dun tobiano colt (for sale)
Bred to grullo tobiano son of Ris Key Business for 2015.
We are having a herd dispersal due to the loss of our world champion sire/producer, so her price is dropped from $5000 to $2500 if we get the 2015 foal back upon weaning....
Many more mares of equal quality available with reduced prices. Also have young stock for sale at reduced prices.
Company / Facility:
Diaman H Stables -
Breeders of APHA and AQHA reiners, cutters, and working cow horses.
Standing multiple world champion Ris Key Business - APHA b/w tobiano. (deceased 8/2012) Also in 2011 and 2012 - standing APHA bay roan tobiano son of Color Me Smart (o/o full sister to Peptoboomsmal)
2014 - Pepsis Color Master. Buckskin/dun (dunskin) tobiano stallion - double homozygous (tobiano/black) RR Riskymastrpiece, Doc Quixote, Ris Key Business, Pepsi Poco.
5 panel testing as well as LWO done. All good.
We have 200 acres of pasture for horses, all cross fenced into smaller pasture for monthly rotation during the grazing season. The pastures not being used for grazing are open for trail riding by our boarders. We have several paddocks (100 x 200) with run in sheds, as well as the standard stall boarding in the barn. Access to the 60 x 152 indoor riding arena is included in monthly board fees.