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Our AQHA Reference Sires

Since 1990, we have used these fine stallions as the cornerstone of our breeding   program. They consistently produce the high quality foals that legends are made of. Their offspring have proven themselves in all areas of performance throughout the world.

Nu Bars Bueno AQHA

NU BARS BUENO 1990 AQHA - ABRA - NFQHA 80% Foundation Buttermilk Dun. 1993 AQHA World Champion-Jr. Heeling, AQHA World Finalist-Jr. Calf Roping, AQHA ROM Performance, AQHA All Around Champion, AQHA High Point Jr. Horse, IQHBA Three Year Old Champion, IQHBA Jr. All Around Champion, IQHBA High Point Stallion, 1993 N.W. Summer Circuit Champion.

Playguns Dual Pep AQHA

‘PLAYGUNS DUAL PEP’ (Sunny), is a 2009 AQHA golden palomino (5 panel clear N/N) out of DUAL BANDITOS  GOLD by (Farrah Oak LTE $38,637) with accomplishments:  1995-Congress 3rd Non- Pro Derby 1998-Top Ten American Cutting Horse Assoc; Canadian Super Stakes 7 Up Non- Pro Champion; Pacific Northern Exposition Non-Pro Champion; BCCHA Finals Non-Pro Reserve Champion; 1999-Canadian Non-Pro Champion; Winner of two go rounds of the Canadian Non-Pro Finals; Calgary Stampede Non-Pro 3rd (Top Canadian Horse); BCCHA Non-Pro Finals Champion; Pacific Northern Exhibition Champion; Husby Coastal Classic Pro-Am Finalist; NCHA Non-Pro Top 50.  2000-Pacific Northern Exhibition Non-Pro Reserve Champion and Open Finalist; Qualified for Canadian Finals, Open and Non-Pro.   He is an own son of        

DUAL PEP: NCHA $302,053 
LTE $313,192 1998 world champion cutting 
NCHA Open Classic Champion 
2007 Equi-Stat #3 Leading Sire 
2002 Equi-Stat #6 Leading Cutting Sire 
#3 All-Time Leading Cutting Sire Siring the earners of over $22,100,000. Stud Fee $15,000.00.

Sunnys dam is an own daughter of: PLAYGUN: 

ROM Cutting
1996 AQHA World Jr Cutting-3rd
1997 AQHA World Jr Cutting-7th
1995 AQHA High Point Cutting-3rd
1997 AQHA Hi Point Cutting-10th
NCHA $168,408 COA LTE $186,000, Finalist at 21 Major Events, Sire of NCHA Super Stakes Open and Non Pro Champions, NCHA World Champion, RHAA World Champion (and more), Offspring Earnings over $4,500,000 and growing. Stud Fee:  $6,000

Sunnys close up pedigree boasts also of Docs Oak, Freckles Playboy and Freckles Merada….all NCHA champions of renown.

Nu Bars Genuine Chex    AQHA

NU BARS GENUINE CHEX 2004 Buttermilk Dun Buckskin AQHA stallion who is an own son of NU BARS BUENO, that we owned and trained in working cow horse who is out of GENUINE DOC on his dam's side.  Reference Sire only.

Top Moon River 

AQHA Racing Champion Stallion and money earner, Top Moon River 1977 Black AQHA Stallion was voted Race Horse of the Year by the Montana Quarter Horse Association when he was a two year old. He was an own son of AQHA Hall of Fame stallion, Top Moon AAAT ...(Although he was a AAAT runner and earned more than $40,000 during his racing career, Top Moon did not make a name for himself until he was retired for breeding)... We stood Moon into his 20's when he proved himself to be the true all around versatility sire. Of the many offspring he produced here that went on to excell in many fields of racing, working cow horse, barrels, and even top Olympic Jumpers around the US in the show world . His legacy continues on here at the Spotted Fawn Paint ranch. Reference sire only! The pictures off the track were taken when he was 22 years old.

Montana Nighthawk 

MONTANA NIGHTHAWK 2002 AQHA Black stallion by Top Moon Rising and a proven race mare, Kwik Knik. Royal was purchased by Corinne Leslie who owns an Olympic English training/riding facility in the Los Angeles area. These pics were taken of Royal at his first show (age 4yrs.) The girl riding is 14 and won the crossrail division (her first championship). Royal is double black gened so he can't produce any "red foals" and was sold in 2006. He has AQHA Racing champions throughout his pedigree. His grandsire, Top Moon River was the Montana Quarter Horse Race Horse of the Year at age 2, his dam by Kiptys Charger was nominated to run in the prestigious Pot of Gold Futurity. "Royal" has a mellow disposition, a smooth gait, lots of speed without any bottom showing potential in English and Western Pleasure. REFERENCE SIRE He was sold to Corinne Leslie of Sonsy Farms in Chino, CA on 5-28-06. She sent a note and the bottom pic of Royal at his first dressage show with a 14 year old rider who was also performing at her first Dressage show. "He scored a 63.692 in his Training Level 2 test. This counts as the first qualifying score towards the youth finals next year. Needless to say, he will only improve from here! Thanks for letting me have this fine animal. Sincerely, Corinne" 

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