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Wilton, CA


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We would like to thank Bob and Patti Greenwood for their purchase of Im The Prosecutor!  Look for him in the AQHA show pen up in Oregon!  See their website at www.doublegpainthorses.com/stallion.html for breeding information.  We'd also like to thank Scott and Mike of Timbuctoo X Ranch in Browns Valley, CA on their lease of Invincible One.  He will be enrolled in the Feather River Appaloosa Horse club stallion service auction in Red Bluff.

We'd like to introduce our young stallion Im The Prosecutor!  Thank you to Allyssa and Ashley of the Mistikal Marketing Centre for coming over and taking some nice photos.  We test bred him to two of our own mares last year and are excited to see the results.  His first foal has arrived and it's a cremello colt out of our good mare Justa Lil Blonde.  In years past we had looked for a cremello colt to buy but couldn't find the quality and the bloodlines we wanted.  Now we have him!  We will be getting some photos of him up soon.  Look for Im The Prosecutor out on the show circuit after breeding season.

We had a great time showing at the APHA shows last year and ended up Reserve Champion amateur junior mare with Doublicious.  Look for some photos her soon.  We will be showing her again this year in the amateur and open halter at the APHA shows.

In January we installed a 6 horse, 68' diameter Centaur Equineciser and have been happy to put it into use.  I made a seating platform so boarders could relax and enjoy watching their horses work.  There is something relaxing about watching them go around while sipping some tea  :)  Seriously though, we have found that it works well to keep seasoned show horses legged up in between rides as well as conditioning race horses coming back from layups.

Our website has been in dire need of an overhaul and I'm finally trying to tackle that project.  So bear with me as I muddle through getting things updated and getting new photos up.   Hopefully it won't look too much like a construction site while I make the changes.