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Our primary stallion is AQHA foundation breeding at its best. He is a well built bay and his barn name is JD. His picture is in the corner of this page and here is his bio and pedigree:
Poco Bueno (3044)
Miss Taylor (2636)
Poco Blunder (336584)
Beaver Creek (3038)
Lady Beaver 21 (47730)
JD Clarks Poco Bar
1991 Bay (3040277)
Doc Bar (76136)
Clark's Doc Bar (549541)
Nevada Starlet (50909)
Docs Poco Highbal (2089001)
Poco Hiball (135442)
Susan Hi Ball (1132389)
Susan Blackburn (90041)
JD's pedigree speaks for itself. His sire, Poco Blunder earned a ROM show and is the son of the great Poco Bueno, an AQHA Chanpion, ROM cutting, and performance and halter point earner. Poco Bueno has sired AQHA champions and superior halter/performance horses. JD is also a grandson of Clarks Doc Bar, a NCHA open champ and halter point earner. Clarks Doc Bar is also a leading sire of performance, show point earners and NCHA champions.
JD's former owner, Schaack Quarter Horses, said he spent a few months in cutting training and can really spin and stop. He is cow-horse deluxe. They have tracked some calves and did some break-away roping off him and he loved it. I can believe it, my trainer wanted to see how he would do under saddle so he put one on JD. He was a great gentleman and Cody said JD has a lope 'to die for'. I find it impressive that JD would just take off from a long vacation with the mares and step up so willingly to being ridden. We are strongly considering entering him in a senior stallion halter show just to let other people see how great he is, but JD's primary job is siring a few more generations of great foals.
JD has a great disposition. This was proved during a potentially deadly situation involving Harley, my up and coming stud colt. We had Harley in a barn stall to be weaned and he got out into the stud pasture with JD. We found them standing shoulder to shoulder in the morning and Harley didn't have a mark on him. As you know, not many stallions would be that excepting of a foal, especially a stud colt, that is not theirs. JD has only been with us a few months, but he has won every ones heart and admiration with his easy ways.
His confirmation is also to be desired. JD puts excellent confirmation, agility, and disposition into his colts, according to his previous owner and pictures of his foals on their website. I am looking forward to a 2010 colt crop of my own. We will also be standing JD to a few select mares in the 2011 breeding season.
This is JD with his 2011 brood. He still looks good at age 20.
The breeding fees will be $500 with a $75 booking fee. If you are interested in giving your mare a 'date' with JD please contact us and we can set it up.
Some of JD's 2011 colt crop. Look at the head and hip
on these guys.
Here are the 2012 foals. He still throws a great foal!!!
Far left: Stallion 5-6-12
Right: Stallion 5-13-12
Below: Filly 4-30-12
This little beauty hit the ground June 18 and she is quite the eye catcher.
On 10-23-10 I added another stallion to the farm. He is a gorgeous bay Arabian stallion by the name of BAS Dark Vader (Pending). We just call him Vader. I have always admired the looks, carriage, and spirit of the Arabian horse and could not pass up the chance to own this big guy. I will be using him to add stamina, brains, and refinement to my breeding program. I am listing his pedigree and will post his pictures as soon as he is groomed.
Alada Baskin (0270714)
Legacy of Gold (0462812)
Khatar Firesember (0167511)
TR Alada Legacy (0565440)
Alada Baskin (0270714)
Alada Roses (0422922)
Ries Roseanna (0253379)
BAS Dark Vader (Pending)
Magic Drean Cahr (0502279)
QR Excel (0528727)
Kouream De Ment (0368905)
QR Dark Angel (0592222)
Abaskus Dream (0497818)
Gejos Dream (0153206)
Vader will be standing on Hattum Horse Farm in 2011 to a limited number of mares for an introductory fee of $500 with a $75 booking fee. He is young, but he already knows what his job in life is. Please contact me to add this outstanding colt's genetic influence into your program. You will not regret the choice.
Here is Vader's first foal. She was born May 3, 2012.
She is a Quarab. Look what he did with a quarter horse mare. Imagine what he could do with a full blooded Arab mare.
She has a dished face and long straight legs. I am so excited to see how she matures.
Here is a new pic of Vader's baby girl taken on July 7, 2012. She loves to run! I am thinking of calling her Light Vader.