Our broodmaresLeslie with Shelley and Fergie

Our broodmares represent some of the very best in modern performance bloodlines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Middle L Tex Me, 2005 red roan mare

Chips Texas Star AQHA x Saxonvale Louisianne AAA (Prince Plaudit ApHC bred mare)

Middle L Tex Me

Middle L Tex Me championship photoMiddle L Tex Me posing with Leslie Weston

Fergie, Middle L Tex Me, is a 2005 AAA mare sired by Chip's Texas Star AQHA, a leading AQHA sire of performance point earners and champion pleasure horses. Her dam in Saxonvale Louisiane, producer of multiple champions in halter and performance events, and is line bred on Prince Plaudit. Fergie has a superb jog and lope and is a well-balanced powerful mare. She has produced A Radical Chip, futurity winning gelding, and will be bred again for a 2014 foal.

 

Carlen Jesse's Fancy Four, 2000 buckskin mare (deceased)

Montana's Jesse James AQHA x Doc's Hollywood bred mare AAA

Cresta, Carlen Jesse's Fancy Four, was an AAA mare sired by AQHA leading sire Montana's Jesse James out of a Doc's Hollywood-bred AAA mare, also bred by Carolyn and Glenn Jones of Victoria. She produced several lovely foals, now entering the show ring. Her 2012 colt sired by Time To Be Radical (Tri To Be Radical) is bay with white blaze and two hind socks, and is simply stunning. He is headed to New Caledonia to start his show and breeding career. Cresta earned more than 200 performance show points, but sadly passed away in 2015. She will be missed.

 

RQH ala natural, 2007 bay mare

RQH The Natural AQHA x RQH Jezzabell AQHA

Ala Natural

2013 filly by Time To Be Radical

RQH Ala Natural (Zsa Zsa) is an AQHA mare sired by RQH The Natural. She is a tall quiet bay mare, with great pleasure and performance bloodlines behind her. She produced a beautiful coloured filly sired by Time To Be Radical in 2012 (pictured above, and sold to Diane Humm), the gorgeous mare Naturally On Time, and a liver roan filly in 2015 (the latter two horses can be found on the progeny page).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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