We live on a 40-acre farm in Rineyville, Kentucky, which is located in central Kentucky. We raise Quarter Horses. We stand two stallions for service. We offer for sale foals, and also horses that are ready for trail riding. We offer boarding with a stall and good pasture.
Basic Care, Full Care, or just for Overnight. We offer riding lessons and seminars with experts available to help you understand how to take better care of your horse.
We offer excellent Pasture with Board Fencing, great stalls, indoor and outdoor Riding Arenas with Round Pens. We are in the process of building a new big indoor Riding Arena for year around riding pleasure, horse shows and training seminars.
Willy is definitely from a bloodline of CHAMPIONS. He is a grandson of DOC N WILLY who is in the National Cutting Horse Hall of Fame. He is double-bred DOC BAR. He is double-bred POCO TIVIO, and double-bred POCO BUENO.
On the bottom, his grandfather is PURO TIVIO. He is double-bred KING. Don't forget HOLLYWOOD GOLD who is a NCHA Champion Sire.
Doc n Willy ~ Doc Bar ~ Puro Tivio
Poco Tivio ~ Poco Bueno ~ King
1995 Buckskin Stallion with
Outstanding Dun Factors
Willy is registered with The Foundation Quarter Horse Registry. He is 88% Foundation. He has a fine conformation and outstanding Dun Factors.
All of his foals have been buckskin, grulla, dun and black. They all have had big hips and wide shoulders with small heads and ears. They are very easy to work with and display a gentle disposition.
Bob (as our daughter named him the day we brought him home) represents foundation linebreeding at its discriminating best. His bloodline is KING-P234, who was a cornerstone of the industry -- his conformation set the standard for Quarter Horse judging for more than a decade.
His pedigree includes SUGAR BARS, who was one of THREE BARS' very best sons. Also included is TONTO BARS HANK and TONTO BARS GILL and LEO.
King P234 ~ Sugar Bars
1997 Grullo Stallion
He is registered with The Foundation Quarter Horse Registry. He is 93% Foundation. The color Grulla is the rarest of all horse body coat colors. His color is called Lobo Grulla which is the darkest color, sometimes referred to as a black dun.
All of his foals have been buckskin, dun and palomino. The are big foals with pretty heads and little ears. They all have had a gentle disposition and are easy to work with.