Bred to Perform
It takes a combination of talents to make a great horse. We start with legacy bloodlines known for their cow ability, sensibility, speed and agility. With help from trainers Justin Lawrence and Joseph Ferguson and Justin Lawrence, combined with all the ranch work by Sterling Brown, our horses begin with the basics before learning their job. Once a foundation is built, the horses are asked to do a variety of jobs – both in and out of the arena. Our prospects are multi-talented and showing great potential.
Our prospects receive a great foundation at the ranch. In 2016, we constructed a new training barn so we can continue their education year-round. Remember, every prospect sired by Bettin Yer Smart or Judgemental is fully enrolled in the AQHA Ranching Heritage Program!
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Slim is such a trustworthy horse, thanks to a combination of carefully-selected genetics and the great work of our Long Pines cowboys. "Despite the terrible wind, snow, mud, ice, loose cows (which he and I chased back in), dogs, and highway traffic...Slim acted like it was nothing. Love him more already and am very impressed!"
CCQHA: Cow Country Quarter Horse Assn.
EMHSC: Eastern Montana Horse Show Circuit
LTE: Lifetime Earnings
NCHA: National Cutting Horse Assn.
NRCHA: National Reined Cow Horse Assn.
NRHA: National Reining Horse Assn.
OKNFQHA: Oklahoma National Futurity Quarter Horse Assn.
SDRCHA: South Dakota Reined Cow Horse Assn.
SI: Speed Index
WYRCHA: Wyoming Reined Cow Horse Assn.