WILDEN QUARTER HORSES
|Quarter Horse stallion
QUARTER HORSE STALLIONS
We imported Harlans Real Gun aka 'Sam' from Hancock-Maxon Quarter Horses in South Dakota to bring on as our junior stallion here. He has size, bone, superb conformation, that lovely calmness without any compromise on the athletic front and massive presence. He looks like he might make 15.2 and will be solid built and muscular. He is AQHA 5-panel and IMM negative.
His sire combines the bloodlines of AQHA Superhorse Real Gun with AQHA Performance Champion Harlans Bobbi Jo, who in a long career won 344 AQHA performance points and AQHA Superior in Heading, Heeling and Calf Roping. Bobbi Jo spent most of her life working and so had very few foals. There were two colts. One is Sam's young sire who has already produced several futurity winners. The other is the AQHA World Champion Bobby Glo Harlan owned by the Scarberrys in the USA. On his dam side Sam features AQHA Supreme Champion Goodbye Sam with some of the most successful foundation female lines in the industry. He is line bred to 2019 AQHA Hall of Fame inductee, Harlan.
Sam's first crop in 2021 really wowed us with their quality! We had all fillies and these will stay here for the time being to see how they develop. Early indications are that they will have some size. He had a good group of young mares in 2021 so we can't wait to see what he has in store for us in 2022.
|Harlans Top Gun
|Miss War Chips
|Harlans Bobbi Jo
|Jodi Bob Harlan
|Shesa Texas Risk
|Sams Darlin Dixie
|Point de Loup
Shogun was born here and is by War Chiefs Pride out of the lovely mare Rockfield Misstopgun who we exported to Germany a couple of years ago. He is AQHA 5-panel and IMM negative
War Chiefs Pride was already an established, proven sire of halter and performance championship winning progeny before Susan George imported him from the USA. He had the conformation and temperament that stands up to real use under pressure and proved it in work branding calves from age two. His close relatives are well proven on the professional rodeo circuit. Further back he is a nice blend of World Champion running horses with some of the most respected Driftwood/Hancock bloodlines.
Rockfield Misstopgun was custom-bred for Susan George and imported in utero. She was broken to ride Western by Lee Rutter. Her mother is a half-sister to MP Thriftwood, 2005 NFR reserve world champion heeler who earned $110,000 in 3 months and with nothing left to prove, retired to stud. Her sire, PG Shogun, is owned by the Haythorns Ranch in Nebraska and the highlight of his career was was 2007 WRCA World Championship ranch rodeo best horse. He now has sons on the circuit following in his footsteps. PG Shogun is son of the legendary Playgun, featured as world number one ranch horse sire by Western Horseman magazine in 2021. He won more than $185,000 in cutting competition and sired the earners of more than $5 million in cutting, reining, reined cow horse, roping and ranch versatility competition.
Shogun is 14.1, compact and deep-bodied. He is a really cool dude with a touch of competition quickness coming from his mother's side. His first foals have been very easy, trainable individuals which makes them a hit with their owners and they have his good conformation, sound legs and good feet.
He was sold in 2021 after the stud season here so we are expecting our last crop by him in 2022. The aim was that he would be backed this winter and he will hopefully make his name as a sire of polo ponies. We are very excited for his future!
|War Chiefs Pride
|Pay You Wednesday
|One More Copy
|Miss Sho Bunny
REFERENCE - WILDEN COWBOYCLASSIC
Cowboy is a stunning lad born in June 2013 and built as we like them, from the ground up. Cowboy has strong, correct conformation with good bone and great feet, a cool, gentle temperament with willing attitude and athleticism. His father is War Chiefs Pride, making him a half brother to Shogun and allowing us to double up on his legendary old breeding. His mother is a beautiful gentle mare who is easy to train and going well ridden. Cowboy was exported to pursue a ridden career in Sweden in 2019. He is 5-panel and IMM negative, and also tests negative for LWO.
Cowboy's first offspring are now adults and we like their size, strong structure, sound feet and good minds. They are making sensible, quality ridden horses that can easily be handled and trained. We are very proud that most are working as family horses and have been backed and brought on by their owners. Where professional trainers have handled them we have had great reports from them too. There are several of his offspring in Germany and a stallion son in Hungary who is doing very well under saddle. Most his fillies have been retained here with a view to using them as the foundation of our breeding herd.
|War Chiefs Pride
|Pay You Wednesday
|One More Copy
|Kernow Amba Moet
|Ober Star Diamond
|Ober Lucky Star
|Sally o Cash
|Tender Skip o Cash
|Dainty Mary McCue
REFERENCE - ROWLEY LATE ARRIVAL
We bought Rival as a weanling in 2006 to use on our Welsh C and D fillies initially. He proved out well both as a sensible ridden horse and as a sire capable of throwing good foals from all sorts of mares. He had a lovely quiet temperament which came through well and that nice middle of the road, sound conformation that lends itself to producing all around useful horses. Encouraged by his popularity, we invested in a purbred mare, Kernow Amba Moet, to go with him. That was the start of Wilden Quarter Horses.
Rival's sire was well known and respected in the UK with several offpring proving very successful in both AQHA and WES show circuits. Rival's grand-dam Miss Rexette was a very versatile riding mare and super broodmare with many Champion offspring to her name. She competed with success in jumping, hunter trials, one day events and dressage, and won her first race at age 13. Rival tested 5 panel negative. We sold him in in 2015 but still have his bloodline going strong here with two of his grand-get, Wilden Joy and Wilden Ghost Rider.
|Pesky Top Hat
|Two Eyed Zan Parr
|Zan Parr Sun
|Duo Eyed Jackie
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