Our breeding program is our pride and joy, we have selected these mares to cross and compliment Pretty Boy Swagg and the dream is becoming a reality. My mom took me to buy Swagg when I was 17. I really had nothing to go off of, he was a coming yearling starved, halter grown into his face, three legged, pot belly, stud colt that no one had even sent papers in for yet. I paid $500 bucks for him and barely got him loaded. I had no idea the impact he would have on my life, it was simply a dream. I knew right away he was amazing, I know it even more now considering I knew nothing back then! I met dan shortly after he turned 2, and I’ll never forget him asking me if he was a paint horse! Ha. I was so offended and I said no, he just has a really neat tail! Who knew we would be married and raising horses all these years later. If Swaggs journey has taught me anything, its that its ok to take a chance. He has changed my life forever and through him we are living our dream.
This little palomino beauty stole my heart the day she was born, my mother actually raised her. Before she became a part of our breeding program, my husband finished her roping then her and I had a very fun and successful career in the barrel pen. She and Pretty Girl Swagg share Frostys Pretty Buck as a maternal grandfather, so we are very excited for this cross on Swagg. With her Shining Spark looks and a little run from Swagg her baby is bound to be full of itself... Reya forever changed My mind about mare power
They don’t come prettier or grittier than miss Reagan. She was born and raised with us, she is by our former stallion Colonel Hot Flash and out of a Leo Hancock Hayes mare. She is the definition of tough, but once you win her over...her heart beats for you. Shes the type of horse you ride and remember, bred to Swagg I’m sure the baby will be one to look at, and hopefully a little easier to win over... Raegan Lynn will always be a favorite of mine. 💜
This mare has my whole heart, a winner on the track and a producer in the broodmare band. All her run is the perfect cross.
Chick is so special to me, the old school hard headed Chicks Beduino Blood runs right through her. She AA on the track suffered an injury and is still the fastest mare in the pasture at 18. She has the speed and the heart. Her babies will most likely all stay. Her pedigree is royal.
Mama herself was an awesome mare on the barrels until retired to the broodmare band. She has produced a consistent 6yrs for us and is one of my favorite crosses on Mr Swagg. Her Frenchman’s Guy on some old cutting blood makes for some athletic babies.
Happy has proven herself through her babies, she is the dam to Jordan’s awesome 2018 gelding Sheriff. Her oldest baby from us is loved in Georgia, and I kept her 2019 for myself. She is such a big mare and the bone is not lacking in her foals. Shes another Frenchman’s Guy on some old cutting blood and it’s a proven cross.
This mare is all business and was AAA on the track. She has raised some nice babies and we are looking forward to adding all her run to the broodmare band. Her pedigree is stacked and she is looking amazing for her age.
Miss Sharky here thinks she’s all that and a bag of chips. She’s built like a tank and she’s boss mare. Her 2020 baby could run like a deer and had a much better personality than her! Her sire is a full brother to Holland Ease and her mom was a cowy thing so it’s a fun cross, and that’s why I deal with her.
Hope came to us from a special family and we are so thankful to have her. She had a respectable career on the track and has retired to the broodmare band. The track was stressful for her, but raising babies seems to be her thing. Her mama has produced lots of winners and her sire is one of my favorite running bred studs. We are excited to raise lots of babies out of her.
This mare is something to look at, she came all the way from Washington. Jordan’s good barrel horse was by La Jollas Gold, and with her strong bottom side it made sense to add her to our breeding program. Her first Swagg baby will arrive 2022.
I have always loved a Hollywood Dun It, after running a gelding on the barrels I just wished he was a mare. Finally I found one and I’m so excited for her 2022 Swagg.
Miss Harlan was injured as a foal so was rode but not performance sound. She made it to our breeding program because of all that Harlan blood. She is put together so nice and has all the color. Excited for her first Swagg baby!
Cowgirl is one of the nicest horses I got to run barrels on as a kid. She is ALL grit and can scat around with the best of them. I tracked her down and she’s with me forever raising babies I Hope are just like her.