|Crazy DD Ranch
Coming 2 and 3 year olds
We have saved the very best of our foals to
add to our future breeding program. We are
in the business of selling horses and as such
we have listed them for sale below. They are
all registered with AQHA and most have
already been registered with NFQHA. Keep in
mind that these are the best bred of the 2008
and 2009 crops.
|Please view the pedigrees of all of our horses at
Jessie King Ojos - 3/17/08
J.J. is a Jessie Senor foal. He is the "CREAM"
of the crop and stops everyone with his
good looks. It is hard to believe but J.J.
halter broke himself. With both the cream &
dun genes, he is an awesome stallion
prospect. 92% NFQHA Private Treaty
WR Pocos King Wimpy - 7/22/08
Peanut is 34.5% Poco Bueno Bred and is 97% Foundation at NFQHA. You will
have a hard time finding a better bred cow horse he is fast and agile. He is the
spitting image of his sire and will be a stout colt when he gets done growing. He
is just starting to show his potential and a bargain @ $750.
Kings Tough Gold
Bar - 4/4/08
Andy is an 86%
buckskin colt. He is
favorite 08 colt.
Hie is going to
make a really nice
riding horse with
his long smooth
strides. Andy is
$1500 but make an
offer on this colt.
Cody Bee Beauty - 4/8/08
Beauty is 91% NFQHA, solid black and is everyone's
friend. She is cutting bred and a great all around
prospect. Very easy to train and will be a tall
"BEAUTY"Currently priced at $3500
Blue Vals Ms Hancock -
Val is Blue Valentine and
Hancock bred; 93% foundation
and solid muscle. She has
great confirmation and aims to
please. She is one of the
prettiest Blue roans we have
King Jacks Sand Bar - 3/2/08
Sandy is a dun filly registered at 87% with NFQHA and a full sister
to Buenos Snicker Bar. We expect her to be an exceptional cow
horse. You can not go wrong by owning one of this family They
are all remarkable She is for sale by Private Treaty.
|We'll be updating photos
our babies aren't babies
J.J. was introduced to a saddle for the
first time 3/20/11. He was true to form
in his attitude - he stood patiently without
flinching, performed every exercise we
asked of him and then took a nap until
we sacked him out.