Equine Boosters ofnmn MSU nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn a n n u a lnmn 4 t h nmn top of the west performance horse sale & derby day celebration featured bloodlines: Barrel, Reining, Cutting COPPER SPRING RANCH BOZEMAN, MONTA NA Sale managed by: Headwaters Livestock – Three Forks, MT Sale Location: Copper Spring Ranch, Bozeman, MT nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn Providing Support for the Animal Science-Equine Program at Montana State University The purpose of this organization is to serve as a network that supports the needs of the equine education program at Montana State University.
Equine Boosters of MSU are organized exclusively for chatable, educational, and scientific purposes to serve the interests of the equine educational programs at Montana State University through support of Equine classes, equine facilities, and public awareness of equine educational opportunities at MSU by: A.
Promoting the donation of horses to the horse training classes at MSU B.
Raising funds to help enhance a stronger and well developed equine educational program C.
Foster public understanding of the equine educational program at MSU D.
Support the development of equine facilities as necessary 2 semesters.
Consigned horses may have portions of the proceeds donated to the Equine Boosters.
By purchasing a horse at the sale, you are supporting the Equine Boosters of MSU and the Equine Science program at Montana State University. • Donate a Horse: Montana Horse Company, White Sulphur Springs, originated the “Donate a Horse” program to build support for the MSU Equine Science program by giving students the “hands on” opportunity to learn the science, economics and skills needed to train and market horses.
Support the MSU Equine Program while promoting your business by donating a quality horse to the Training Class Horse Sale. • Consign a Horse: Consigners may choose to donate 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the proceeds from their horses back to the Equine Boosters of MSU.
Consigners may also choose to set their own percentage or specific cash amount for donation back to the program. • Cash Donations: Anyone interested in supporting the Equine Boosters of MSU may also make monetary donations directly to the treasurer.
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Gene Surber: email@example.com; Bob Hansen: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Diana Alkire: email@example.com Different Ways to Support the Equine Boosters of MSU: • Top of the West Performance Horse Sale: The Boosters hold an annual horse sale including consignment ranch horses and horses which have been donated to MSU Colt Breaking and Training Classes by producers not only from around Montana, but beyond.
Students in MSU training courses have worked with these animals for 2010 © Chasya J — PREVIEW OF CONSIGNMENTS nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn to the Companies, Individuals and Ranches that have donated their animals, time and knowledge to the Equine Boosters of MSU and the MSU Equine Program. We appreciate your continued support and would not be able to do it wihout you! 3040 Amsterdam Rd, Belgrade, MT 59714-8906, (406) 388-1760.
Www.montana-labs.com Thank You Diamond R Stables Fullmer Ranch is located in beautiful Star Valley, Wyoming, which is about a 5 hour drive to Bozeman.
Nestled right below our part of the Rocky Mountains, they operate a horse and cattle operation simply for the joy and satisfaction of working with the animals.
For many years they have trained, bred and sold registered quarter horses with an emphasis on cutting and reining.
The Fullmers said, “Friends and family often come from all over the country to enjoy our horses on trail rides in the mountains, elk and deer hunting and just plain putting a kid on an old horse and leading him around! As ranching and riding seem to be on the decline, we’re proud of the family tradition of ranch life and all that goes with it, right down to the big old red barn!” 40 Canyon Ranch, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645, (406) 547-2165.
Www.burnsranchhorses.com PO Box 4182, Bedford, WY 83112, (307) 883-3333 Fullmer Ranch Diamond R Stables is owned and operated by Pete and Tanya Rothing.
They have been breeding horses for a variety of disciplines for the last 28 years.
In addition to their registered Paint and Quarter horses they breed some Draft cross and Andalusian cross horses for mountain use and for large/tall riders.
The Rothings said, “we are proud supporters of the Equine Boosters of MSU and we hope our donation to the program will inspire others to support the program also.” 3718 Hwy 12, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645, (406) 580-1371.
Www.montanahorseco.com Burns Ranch Montana Horse Company Montana Horse Company is a 4th generation working cattle ranch just south of White Sulphur Springs, MT.
Bob Hanson and his family welcomed CHIC OLENA 0067 to the Montana Horse Company in July 2007 to replace their late stallion GINNIN ROAD (1998-2007).
CHIC OLENA 0067 was standing stallion from Miller Land and Livestock, of Wyoming, where he was in training for the National Reining Futurity, but was never able to show.
Of course, being a full brother to SMART CHIC OLENA he would have made good competition.
Smart Chic Olena (LTE $167,400+), NRHA Hall of Fame Champion, was the only stallion to win AQHA World Championships in Reining and Cutting, and with offspring earnings of $5,291,200+.
Chic Olena 0067 has a wonderful disposition, great conformation and passes along his superior genetics to his foals. Montana Equine Medical & Surgical Center Montana Equine Medical & Surgical Center is a full service equine hospital with board-certified specialists in equine internal medicine and equine surgery.
From advanced techniques like colic surgery and embryo transfer to sick baby foals, to basic field services like vaccinations, deworming, and excellent, professional dental floats, Montana Equine serves Southwest Montana and the entire region.
We routinely consult with owners and veterinarians throughout our region, and are happy to discuss your problem cases, and the goals of your equine enterprise.
For more than 10 years, people throughout our region have equated our practice with excellence in veterinary care, from the most basic to the most advanced cases. 3934 Frontage Rd, Three Forks, MT 59752, 406-285-0123.
Www.montanaequine.com Ron’s great granddad, Frank Keene, came from Sterling, Virginia, by oxen to Virginia City, Montana, in 1864.
He was racing horses down Last Chance Gulch in 1865.
He established a ranch on the Missouri River near Canton, Montana, where he raised his family.
Ron’s granddad, Guy Keene, homesteaded southwest of Lingshire (35 miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs) in 1914.
This ranch is now owned by Ron and Donna.
They began ranching full time west of White Sulphur Springs in 1979.
Due to the prolonged drought, they sold most of their cows in 2002 and are now managing a ranch for absentee owners.
They had leased this ranch for 22 years and raised their family there.
Ron spent a lot of time with his grandparents.
He always rode horses that were gathered off the open range.
Donna had been the Secretary of the Montana Quarter Horse Association.
They married in 1971, and Donna got Ron to realize the value of quality horses.
They have been raising Quarter Horses since then and have always bred for a quality, versatile, good using kind of horse.
They now have a little more time to devote to their horses, which have always been a part of their lives.
Ron still helps the neighbors trail cattle, brand, ship, and wean calves and is always training his young horses.
Breeding good mares to their stallion, Dual Dash, is giving the Burns Ranch the type of horses they are striving for–Quality Horses with Good Sense and Speed, Topped with Proven Performance. “The Cowboy Kind” 2303 E. 2300 N, Hamer, ID 83425, (208) 662-5429 Peter Heidmann DVM MPH DACVIM Gasser Quarter Horses Loyd and Chip Gasser of Hamer Idaho have been raising good using Quarter Horses for almost 50 years.
Loyd says they started their cow/calf operation in 1969, and run their cattle currently on Monida Pass, trailing them 50 miles from winter to summer pasture and back with their home-raised horses.
The foundation for their broodmare bunch came from the King Ranch back in 1948. 590 Milligan Canyon Road, Cardwell, MT 59721, (406) 285-3622 — Reg #5011944 Cd Super Dually Dainty Fair Lady Smart N Bulletproof NOTES: Here’s a very special mare that has the mind and ability it takes to be great.
She has a solid training foundation and is ready to specialize.
Excellent reining, cowhorse, barrel or all-around prospect.
This mare is broke beyond her years and was ranch ridden by out 10 yr old daughter last summer.
Sire is a proven son of NRHA’s Hall of Fame Sire, Be Aech Enterprise.
Dam was super ranch horse with a lot of cow & speed.
Ranch, rodeo or show this mare will excel.
More info @www.threemileqh.com. 406-784-2811 NOTES: Very classy 3 yr.
Gentle, quiet and very trainable.
This colt has been ridden in the arena and outside on the ranch for 60 days. “Bullet” has endless potential and will excel in cutting, reining or cowhorse discipline.
He is also quiet and good minded enough to be a top ranch horse.
His pedigree alone will speak for itself. Hip No. 8 MSU – Montana Horse Company – Bob Hanson; Trained by Anna Berg Hip No. 10 Vandi Soxs Girl (AQHA) Sorrel mare Tanquery Gin Long Road Six Fritzs Neat Sunglow Vandys May Girl Consigned by Kenny Peterson, Peterson Quarter Horses O’Lena DocDoc O’Lena Echols Gin Gin Echols Peponita Peponita Long Road Baby Long Road Baby Centurion Command Centurion Command Cals Neat Sunglow Cals Neat Sunglow Latchets Vandi Latchets Vandi SoxSox Miss Spear Needle Miss Spear Needle Zips Wranger Bar Reg #X0641721 — Modocs Dynamite Naughty Opie (AQHA) 2005 Gray Gelding Sonny Regg Naughty Opie Reg #4914208 Consigned by Ed Brainard NOTES: This mare is well built, nice looking, quick, athletic and sensitive.
She has been loaded in the trailer and worked on cows.
She requires an advanced rider.
Star Chex Badger, the paternal grandsire, earned his COA in cutting and lifetime earnings at this time are $6451.
He currently stands in Wyoming.Peppy San Badger (aka Little Peppy), the paternal great grandsire, was the outstanding stallion from the King ranch of Texas.
Peppy San Badger was a 2x NCHA open world champion.
He also took home the AQHA title.
He was the youngest horse to be inducted into the NCHA hall of fame.
Offspring have won in excess of $20 million.
Bar Van Three the maternal great grandsire had a SI of 92.
He sired the 2000 NFR reserve champion steer wrestling horse “Oh Lucky Guy.” Magics Red Baron Opies Baby Doll Jet Quick Chick Brown Five Skipper Luck Magics Red Bull Opie News Flash Lyle’s Doll Jet Quillo True Chick Domino Five Naughty Judy Brown Six NOTES: A nice, big, stout, gentle gray gelding.
He has been used on a ranch since he was two years old.
Big-boned and good feet.
He is honest and will be gentle for anyone with more miles.
He has a good walk.
He has been tracking steers in the arena and been to spring brandings. 12 ~ Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 ~ 13 Hip No. 15 — MrSan SanPeppy Peppy Mr SugarBadger Badger Sugar DocO’Lena O’Lena Doc ChicMidnight Midnight Chic FrecklesPlayboy Playboy Freckles Lenaette Lenaette Hickoryote Hickoryote BrogansWimpy WimpyLeo Leo Brogans Starlights Lil Gal Reg #4622414 Peppy San Badger Doc’s Starlight Doc’s Wrangler Sugar Leo Kit Son Of Less Commander’s Babe Zan Parr Bar Fiddle Joe Jack Young Hickory Mz Zanalena NOTES: “Oscar” is a big strong gelding that has been used on the ranch for sorting, doctoring, branding, and trailing cattle.
We bought him as a yearling and started him as a two year old.
He has been branded on in California and is really a nice ranch horse.
He has also been in the arena and knows his leads, turns around correctly, and stops hard.
His sire is an NCHA money earner.
And his dam comes from a long line of cutting and performance horses.
Oscar has a solid foundation and should be able to excel in any discipline. Hip No. 16 MSU – Garth Isbell; Trained by Lindsey Vaughn Vested In Secret (AQHA) Sorrel Gelding Vested Pine NOTES: In training with Jarvis Anderson for two years.
NRHA money earner.
Daughter of the NRBC Open Champion and $128,791 money earner Starlights Wrangler.
Granddaughter of Grays Starlight.
Mare is eligible for reining derby competitions for 2010 and 2011.
Starlights Lil Gal is a strong built mare with big hips and good; straight legs: She is show ready. TheInvestor Investor The ZipposBay BayLady Lady Zippos SipposMr MrGood GoodBar Bar Sippos WinnieThe TheTiger Tiger Winnie SecretIntent Intent Secret Pistol’sTreasure Treasure Pistol’s Deregulate Deregulate LadyPolicy Policy Lady Hip No. 18 — Peppy San Badger Docs Star Chex Mr Smoky Lena Smiles Bar Van Three Tonto Elite Gube Moon’s Flashy Modocs Peppy Moon Reg #4847512 Modocs Moonstruck Insty Prints Advertisement NOTES: “Lil” is a nicely built, energetic, hard-working horse.
She is powerful and sensitive with a good mind.
She requires an intermediate to advanced rider.
The loads, clips and is patient.
She has been worked with cows.
Star Chex Badger, the paternal grandsire, earned his COA (certificate of ability) in cutting, and lifetime earnings at this time are $6451.
He currently stands in Wyoming.
Peppy San Badger (aka Little Peppy), the paternal great grandsire, was the outstanding stallion from the King ranch of Texas.
Peppy San Badger was a 2x NCHA open world champion.
He also took home the AQHA title.
He was the youngest horse to be inducted into the NCHA hall of fame.
Offspring have won in excess of $20 million. Hip No. 22 BL Blues Prissy Miss (AQHA) 2006 Bay Mare Blue Pepper Jack BL Blues Prissy Miss Reg #4797819 Consigned by Kelly Bond Two ID Bartender Pepper Blondy Rio Valentino Skip Dollars Weaseal Two Eyed Jack Prissy Joann Blondy’s Dude Docs Gray Pepper Rio Valentino Rio Swift Skip Silver Dollar Bay Missy Bar Red Rios Silver Dollar — Reg #4803553 Smart Little Lena Peppy Lynnea Brigaboy Badger De Bea Dun Been Payed Little Brigagirl NOTES: Derby is a handsome 3 yr old gelding that has been ranch-raised in tough country.
He has been used on the ranch moving and checking cattle and has had some roping done off of him.
His pedigree had a nice combination of speed and versatility. “Preferred Pay” produced performance horses for both Woody Bartlett and the 6666’s Ranch of Texas.
He was by the immortal Hall of Fame horse “Dash For Cash,” SI 103, offspring earning of over $40 million.“Buck Creek Red Buck” is by AQHA Champion “Two Eyed Red Buck” who also has a superior in heading and heeling. NOTES: Lea Girl is a real package deal.
She is extremely well bred, Pretty to look at, well broke, gentle, and athletic.
We raised this mare.
She is out of our recent Stallion Lynneas Lena, which is an own son of Smart Little Lena.
She is very cowy, and loves to work them.
She is a started Cutter and Reiner.
She has a huge hip with a big stop.
This mare has great conformation with a great mind.
She has been used on the ranch doing all sorts of ranch work.
She has drug calves to the fire and been roped on some.
She is gentle enough for about anyone.
She would make a great Cutting, Reining, Sorting or Penning Horse.
She will go anywhere and do about anything.
For further info.
Contact us. (406)287-3670 Hip No. 24 Skipin the Punkin (AQHA) 2002 Sorrel Gelding Zans Diamond Skipper Skipin the Punken Reg #4243959 Consigned by Rea Quarter Horses Hip No. 26 Rawhide Diamente (AQHA) Zan Parr Bar Zan Parr Bar Diamond’s Sparkle Diamond’s Sparkle Skipity Scoot Skipity Scoot Linda Duster Linda Duster Mito Commander Mito Commander Skips Annie Raven Skips Annie Raven Beau Bonanza Beau Bonanza Miss Gold Twist Miss Gold Twist Rawhide Diamente Reg #4421417 — Hip No. 28 MSU – Fullmer Ranch Working Cow Horses; Trained by Gabby Pfiefer Too Tuff Cricket (AQHA) Bay Gelding Little Lenas Legend Charge It To Peppy Peppy Too Tuff Moonshine Heiress Smart Little Lena Smart Little Lena Dox Elegant Girl Dox Elegant Girl Little Peppy Three Little Peppy Three Miss Charge Collie Miss Charge Collie OfOf Notre Dame Notre Dame Miss Too Tough Ccr Miss Too Tough Ccr Moonshine Tiki Moonshine Tiki Slat TeTe Tink Slat Tink NOTES: Bonnie is by SR Instant Choice (NCHA LTE of $102,000, producting winners in excess of 5 million) Out of Bonnies Cat A Lena (NCHA LTE of $46,189, by Hig Brow Cat).
She has 10 months professional cutting training with Zane Davis.
Bonnie is a well-built filly progressing well in her training. Hr Lil Peppy Legend Too Tuff Cricket Reg #5005056 Hip No. 30 Too Tuff Poo Smokey Steel Bullet (AQHA) 2001 Chestnut Gelding XO Silver Bullet Smokey Steel Bullet Reg #4068595 Consigned by Jim & Brandy Davis NOTES: Cricket has a kind and willing disposition.
With his balanced, compact size and breeding we will make a nice cow horse.
He works well on the ground, trailers easy and stands for the farrier.
He’s got a good stop, lopes a nice circle and has plenty of hip and shoulder control.
Little Lenas Legend, the paternal grandsire is owned by Copperhead ranch.
He has earned approx. $3K in NCHA monies.
He was an Idaho Futurity Champion.
He has sired many excellent show horses that have earned: 379 AQHA Points, $8700 AQHA Monies, $180,000 NCHA Monies, $21,000 NRHA, $360,000 NRCHA, $405 Team Penning.
Smart Lil Lena, the paternal great grandsire is the All Time Leading Cutting Sire, one of only 3 horses whom have won the Triple Crown.
He has earned $743,000 in NCHA monies.
Offspring have earned in excess of 26 million in cutting and $484,000 in reining. 24 ~ Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 24 ~ Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 Magnolia Bullet Bar XO Scottys Sue Poco Trell Wind Lady Bird Steel Stella Magnolia Bullets Polly Bar Scott Shippit Sue Skippa Mr Windchester Bar Lady Trell Bart Steel Rain Miss Song Bird Peggy Sues Lady Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 ~ 25 Equine Boosters of MSU Top Of The West Horse Sale 2010 ~ 25 Hip No. 31 Lil Miss Dually (AQHA) 2005 Sorrel Mare Golden Dually Lil Miss Dually — Reg #4988601 Peppy San Badger Docs Cara Lena Start Charging Wolfe’s Miss Red Dash For Cash Fancy Three Quick Henry Rey’s Stormy Ho Beau Bonanza Paid To Tern N Burn NOTES: Bang Bang Beau “Bang” has a blue ribbon pedigree by Zans Diamond Skipper – three time World Champion reiner.
His dam Ho Beau Bonanza AQHA World Amateur Trail.
The second dam Hopes Reward was not only a great producer, but a youth AQHA champion herself.
Bang has done a lot of cattle work.
He spent one summer trailing cattle on the mountain.
He is very gentle with a lot of speed and action.
He will be good anywhere he is put.
Should be great in the arena or as a youth or amateur horse.
Bang is a AQHA Incentive horse. NOTES: This horse is athletic, a quick mover and gentle.
She would make a good cow horse.
She is one of the class horse instructor’s favorites! Doc McKay, sire of Tern N Burn N was a 14.3H brown stallion with a huge hip and a small head.
He has recently been sold to a 2X NFR calf roping qualifier for a roping prospect.
Rum Squall, paternal grand sire, has 140 money earners, that have earned him the title of Million Dollar Sire in cutting and snaffle bit futurities.
Rum Squall’s LTE are @ $67,000.00.Preferred Pay, maternal grandsire, was a stallion the 6666’s kept for their own use at the passing of his sire, the fast Quarter Horse stallion Dash for Cash (SI 114).
Dash for Cash is an AQHA Hall of Fame Sire, multiple Derby and World Championship winner.
He defined Quarter Horse racing, siring 1370 registered foals who earned $39,990,245. Hip No. 40 Abbys Golden Angel (AQHA) 2007 Palomino Mare Birch Creek Red Buck Abbys Golden Angel Reg #5019057 Consigned by Galt Ranch Quarter Horses LLC Hip No. 42 Dr.
Tanquery Gin (AQHA) Mr Baron Red Mr Baron Red Ima Tyree Ima Tyree Dollies Cojack Dollies Cojack Thirsty Boy Bars Thirsty Boy Bars Doc O’Lena Doc O’Lena Sunflower Sana Sunflower Sana Peppy San Badger Peppy San Badger Natural Natural Dr.
Tanquery Gin Reg #4539914 — Cross Bell 905 Tanquery Gin Cee Debbie Fly Cee Two Miss Lena Swen Doc O’Lena Gin Echols Cee Bar Badger 71 Cross 0 28 Bell Fly Cee Miss Meg 15 Chickasha O Lena Ms Cardinal Lady Sixes Peppy Olena Swen Fly Lena NOTES: This mare has got it all; brains, breeding, beauty and an incredible disposition! She has been ranch-raised in barbed wire, badger holes, mountains, rocks and creeks and is as tough as she is beautiful.
She has been used on the ranch to move cattle and has been roped and pasture doctored on and will really watch a cow.
The pedigree on this mare is outstanding also.
She has two AQHA Champions, a World SuperHorse and two of the all-time leading cutting horse sires in the industry all ON HER PAPERS! 30~~Equine EquineBoosters Boostersof ofMSU MSUTop TopOf OfThe TheWest WestHorse HorseSale Sale2010 2010 30 NOTES: Beau has been started heeling as well as had some steers turned on him.
He has spent the last six months in Arizona going to several Jackpot ropings.
He’s a very catty horse, leaves flat, runs hard, scores good.
He’s got the potential of a big stop.
He’s been used on the ranch to work cows and will handle any job given to him.
He is an easy traveler and can cover some ground when quite a few miles are required in a days worth of work. EquineBoosters Boostersof ofMSU MSUTop TopOf OfThe TheWest WestHorse HorseSale Sale2010 2010~~31 31 Equine Hip No. 46 nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn nmn Sir QT Beduino (APHA) 2004 Black Tobiano Gelding The Aztec Eagle QT Poco Streke Blue Bid Supreme El Roco Feature This Rocket Pepsi Poco Beau W Streaker Leo Bid Truly Blue Beduino Mama Said Win Rocket Wrangler Feature This Consigned by Heidi Smith Sir QT Beduino Reg #869.585
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