Justin made a dynamic debut his four year old year and ended the show season year winning both the Grand National and World Championship Four Year Old Park Saddle classes in 2011. We were thrilled when the Sibler family bought him and owned him during his phenomenal first year as a show horse. Shelly won the reserve title in the Park Saddle Masters class in 2012. He is an amazing horse that has many more years of success in the future.
Max is a phenomenal stallion out of our beloved Dancity Gracious Remark and by our incredible Axios! The cross is one we thought about for a while before we bred these two special horses. He has the best qualities of both Spot and Forrest. Max had a phenomenal world champion debut show season in 2014. He was “The Horse” everyone talked about at the Grand Nationals! Vendome is undefeated in all of his age group world championships since he was a two year old! We congratulate John and Nancy Hendricks on their purchase of Max! We wish you many happy and successful drives! We can’t wait to cheer you on Nancy!
Reilly is an amazing horse! He’s always had a lot of personality and presence. When he was a foal out in the field he was the first to trot up to you at the fence and the first one to the feeder. He is smart, and he is a very talented show horse who has won many world and regional titles for a number of owners. We wish new owner Sarah Hecht all the best with Reilly!
When we repeated this cross in 2003 we prayed for a full sister to Fusion. Mia has far exceeded our expectations. She started out her show career with winning the 2007 World Champion Futurity Pleasure Driving Three Year Old and Reserve Champion Pleasure Driving Three Year Old. More recently, she won the 2013 World Champion Park Saddle Ladies class in OKC. For her next chapter as a broodmare Mia can be crossed to a variety of stallions.
Broodmare Hall Of Fame Inductee
The 2001 World Champion Mare. She is a gorgeous black mare with impeccable bloodlines. Ling and Obi continued their World Champion partnership in the show ring through 2007 after winning the Amateur Ladies Pleasure Saddle class.
Vega has a gorgeous Vigilmarch head, a long neck, nice shoulder, and a lot of trot. Her debut at the 2002 Grand Nationals was successful after she won the large yearling filly class. She then went on to receive the Reserve World Champion Junior Mare class. At the 2003 Grand National she won the Park Harness Mare and Gelding class. Meadow’s foals have not disappointed us! She’s had three extraordinary fillies. She’s due to have another filly by Dragonsmeade Axios in 2015.
Ace and Ling had a very successful show season debut at the 2017 Gasparilla Charity! They continued their winning ways at Southern States. Ace and Ling almost look as though they were made for each other! He is a big, dynamic gelding, and we are sure they will continue their winning ways.