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We do not have any stallions at this time. He's In Command has been sold to Nina and Lasse Jensen in Denmark. We wish them much luck! Our other stallion, Decco Pepycola, was lost when he broke a leg while preparing for a cutting competition. We purchased a new stallion prospect, a 2003 AQHA colt from Texas by High Brow Cat (NCHA LTE $110,784) x Little Smashed (NCHA LTE $3,237 by Peppy San Badger). Also, we plan to raise one of our cutting bred APHA colts as a back-up stallion.
He's In Command
1993 Chestnut Tobiano Stallion
APHA# 186,218
b. 2/10/93

Photo at 3 years of age.
Ridden by trainer Gavin Jordan
Sire: Spokane
by Mackadoodle Dandy
Dam: Shesa Steel Blue (AQHA)
by Hesa Commander - Silver Stakes Award Winner
Rambo was Reserve Champion - CCC Futurity, and Reserve Champion, 3000 Novice - CCC Year End Awards. Rambo is a solid and quiet cutter with long, sweeping moves. He is a NCHA money earner.
Rambo is ultra sound and tough mentally. Rambo has produced multiple homozygous and black progeny.
Stud fee: $700
color and live foal guarantee
Decco Pepycola
1996 Black Tobiano Stallion
APHA# 389,428
b. 3/6/96

Photo at 3 years of age.
Sire: Poco Boss Peppy San (AQHA)
by Uno San x 2X Poco Bueno grddtr.
Dam: MGM Lady Bandit
AAA Champion - California Gymkhana Association
by Pesty's Bandit
Hank is a 2003 NCHA money earner. 'Hank' enjoys working cows, and will work them from across the fence if he is loose. He is quick and eager.
Hank is the beautiful horse with the small, fancy head that everybody notices with plenty of ooohhhs and aaahhhs. He produces long, sloping croups and beautiful hindquarters.
Stud fee: $700
color and live foal guarantee
Both 'Rambo' and 'Hank' were trained for cutting by Gavin Jordan. We'd like to extend our sincere appreciation to Gavin for all of his efforts with our boys. Gavin is well-known for his skill and patience in training young horses for cutting. We chose Gavin as our trainer not only because of these qualities, but we like his style and we like the way he treats horses. Russ Elrod then stepped in to tune-up and show Hank. You did a great job, Russ! We really like your style and the way you work a horse, too!

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