Every family has a character. At Long Pines, Yer Uncle Eddie is the mischievous sit-com uncle with the big heart.
Mia Lil Pink brought home the All-Around Open National Championship to Long Pines from the inaugural National Ranch and Stock Horse Alliance (NRSHA) World Show in 2018, an indication of the competitive ability she would pass on to her offspring. Pink is a beautiful mare with a strong, correct conformation, great disposition and outstanding work ethic. Her cutting is electric, and her reining moves are precise yet graceful. She’s also known for her phenomenal fence work, and her value as a treasured ranch horse.
She’s out of Lean With Mia (Lean With Me x Ima Lovergirl), who earned more than $23,000 in the NRCHA and AQHA, and sired by the great reined cow horse stallion Shining Lil Nic (Smart Shiner x Dig a Lil Nic), whose earnings exceed $163,000. Pink’s maternal grandsire, Lean on Me, was NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Reserve Champion, AQHA World Champion Sr. Reining and Jr. Working Cowhorse, Superior Horse-Reining, and NRHA Derby Open Champion.
The legendary Bettin Yer Smart is out of Smart Little Lena and Bet Yer Boons, and grandson of NCHA Open World Champion Bet Yer Blue Boons. At the 2012 Snaffle Bit Futurity, Bettin Yer Smart won the Hackamore division, the first horse from the Northern Plains to win at this prestigious event. A few months later, he won NRCHA World Reserve Open Hackamore Champion. He qualified for NRCHA worlds in hackamore, two-rein and bridle. In the AQHA, he was 2011 High Point Open Junior Working Cow Horse, earning 36.5 AQHA points plus a Register of Merit in Open Performance. Bettin Yer Smart is among an honored few to be named an NRCHA Supreme Working Cow Horse.
With that kind of double-champion pedigree, Yer Uncle Eddie is poised to become a champion at most anything.
Currently offered at $6,500.