Welcome to Hunter Quarter Horses

We raised our first foal in 1987. I looked around for studs and found Flying X 6. To this day I still like him as my ideal of a ranch horse. (One man’s opinion).

Our program really  started with the arrival of Karens Six Bee in 1990.

We had him for 25 years. We still miss him every spring when foals start coming. We never worried about how his foals were going to be

We are still raising foundation bred using horses out of home bred mares.

We added a son of PG Dry Fire to our program. I liked the mind on this horse. I think you will like his colts also.

I can’t ride anymore, but I would sure like to be the one to start these colts. We try to raise good balanced colts with great minds. A good mind is the first trait I look for in a stud.

Our program now consists of horses we have raised. Since we’ve liked what we had bought from basically 3 ranches, we are now linebreeding. We are trying to preserve this old blood, and still produce good looking, good minded, well balanced horses that will do the job they are bred for, cow horses. All the while preserving the blood of the past. Great horses that if put along side many of todays horses they would still be at the top. We hope you like them as well as we do.

KAREN’S SIX BEE was our senior sire for 23 years. He produced colts with cow, straight all the way around, and easy to work with. They made good using horses and many made rope horses. He was by Flying X 6 out of the good Jackie Bee, daughter Tee J Madonna Bee.

Happy Eddie Six Bee is also a sire. He is out of Handy Blue Jeans, sire is of course Karen’s Six Bee. So not only the bloodlines mentioned above but add to it Happy Hancock and Eddie 40. He carries on the blood of the great horses from his sire’s side as well as his dam’s side.

He is a real nice individual and also passes his kind disposition to his foals.