Chyleen and I loved our Appaloosas, riding our young spotted stallions with her brother and her dad in the
parades and trail rides, working cattle, and showing at halter. Today, most of our older horse friends are gone, Lane Hudson, Randy Layne,
and Dean Alexander, and it is time for us to put up our spurs and saddles.
Deciding to "sell out" was not any easy decision but we think that is is time. Look over our website and you will see our bloodlines
with many photos. Our senior herd sire, Olympic Red Dream, died last winter, and there never was a better broodmare sire in all the 60+ years of
raising Appaloosas. Most of the mares that we have left are either his daughters or grand daughters....Look at the website,
Mares and horses sold sections and see his daughters.
DF Sun Power Doc, our red leopard stallion, has a great disposition, his first foal crop was red leopards, bay leopards, snow caps, blankets/w/spots, and only two solids.
He was trained by Jessica Jones and his website photos were taken when he was two in the round pen. Now he stays in the pasture with his mares and foals. Look at his
bloodline, his bay leopard sire, Speed and Power [from QP Appaloosas, see reference stallions for bloodline in photos], his dam, a daughter of Olympic Red Dream, and 2nd dam,
Ima Cherry Doll, bred by ApHC Hall of Fame, Dean Alexander, she was a 3/4 sister to his last Appaloosa cutting stallion, Docs Cherry Leader.
We are currently working on the website with current photos and if you want to ask questions, please email us at email@example.com
or call 903-581-1033 with plenty of advance time if you want to come and see the horses. Look on TX map, I-20 from Dallas, Texas to Shreveport, Louisiana; halfway is
Tyler, TX, exit on US 69 South or US 271 South to Loop 323; then take TX 110 to Whitehouse and Troup, TX [we can meet at the Brookshire Grocery Parking Lot] or if you
are coming up from Houston or Beaumont, we can meet you at the Taco Bell, Jct US 69 & US 79, Jacksonville, TX.