Not for Sale
Max is used as a therapy horse.
Missile Doc O'lena gelding
Well broke all around ranch gelding. He has worked cattle outside, worked in feed lots and ponied on the track. He is easy to ride, travels well and willing to do whatever. Big built horse with lots of go. Stands tied quiet, hobbles, good for farrier.
Alice Doc n Peppy / Leo mare
Well broke, gentle and very athletic. Reining training, stops strong, has a pretty spin and great turn back. Been used on the ranch and ridden in the mountains. She is a smooth traveler, willing to go anywhere you point her and is very responsive. She has roped cattle outside, branded calves, and heeled in the arena. Alice is tough with no quit. Completely broke in the face. Hobbles, stands tied quiet, easy to bathe and shoe.
Tucker High Brow Hickory gelding
Tucker is a solid, well broke gelding. He brands calves, heels steers, helps doctor calves outside, you can use him like a pair of pliers. You can get about any job done on him and enjoy yourself doing it. He is about the best traveler, we chose him when we have a long way to go. You never come back tired. He is big hearted and will go strong all day. Pulls by the horn tough. He has a big motor and is all business, yet gentle. Well bred gelding and it shows in the way he moves,. Hard stopper, quick turn back, moves around easy. Plenty of cow, smart and talented.
Shotgun POA Mare
Sweet, shy girl with lots of go. Easy to handle. Very willing to do anything, smart. Good walk on her, can keep up with the big horses. Big build, very nice conformation, great hooves. Moves well, would make a nice dressage pony or great working cattle pony.
Jennifer was raised on a 220 acre Hereford cattle and race horse breeding ranch in Prescott Az. The ranch was home to Kelly's Coffer and many Easy Jet and Dash for Cash horses. She spent her years there breaking, exercising and foaling race horses on the ranch. In the 80's, Jennifer trained under the Baroness of Bavaria on the famous stallion, Graff Gotthard, in third level Dressage in the hills of beautiful La Cresta Ca. She then trained under and later worked for Karen Meisner training stables in Fallbrook Ca. as a show jumping trainer. In the 90's Jennifer trained under the mother of the Hap Hanson the show jumping Hall of Famer and winner of 98 grand prix.
In the late 90's, Jennifer decided to leave the dressage and show jumping arena to go back to her roots of ranching. She took a job working at the 46,000 acre Warner Springs Ranch in CA. where she lived in the historic ranch house and was responsible for over 2000+ head of dairy cattle and 16 head of ranch horses. In the 2000's she was asked to help manage the 480 acre historic San Felipe ranch in California were she managed 200+ head of beef cattle and foaled and green broke cutting horses for a breeder out of Kentucky.
Jennifer now owns her own Quarter horse breeding and training facility in Az. where she raises her two children who also compete in cutting, sorting and ranch horse events.
Max Foundation bred Quarter horse gelding Gentle, solid broke gelding. Anyone can ride, easy to please, will go anywhere. Reins, ties, hobbles, stands all day. Can let sit for a month and hop on and go. All around easy horse.
Ironside Leo/Hancock mare
Ironside is a smart, kind, quick, responsive mare. She is willing to do whatever you ask. Sure footed, will pick her way thru brush and across river beds. Well built mare with a strong stop and great turn back. Very cowy, will follow a steer. Would make an excellent versatility ranch horse.
Bullet Leo /Hancockfilly
This filly is smart, athletic, easy going and will make a great working cow horse.Broke to ride. Working the ranch.
Big John Peppy San Badger gelding
Gentle, solid, big, broke gelding. Easy to please. Use him to brand and doctor cattle, rope off, pulls nice and easy. Goes well down the fence line, picks his path and moves well over any terrain. This is a big, easy going, well rounded ranch horse. Well built with thick legs and big hooves.