Wow! What a gorgeous horse! Meet Tsuniah Sage King's Echo, a 6-year-old stallion. "Sunny" belongs to my friend, Bobbie Brebner from British Columbia. He will be standing at stud in Wisconsin. His sire is NFF Society King's Opus, son of NFF Wilson's Society King. Opie's dam is Rascal's Favorite Lady, daughter of Red Bud's Rascal.
Sunny's dam was Sage King's Moonbeam. She traces back to Hey Joe, Allen's Gold Ace, Fisher's Joanna, Beauty's Sage King, Sago, and Silvertip Rickey. She is a combination of honest palomino bloodlines that color trace back to the beginning of the registry, as well as some of the good old Western working bloodlines. Sunny has the best of both worlds!!
Sunny is a nice horse to handle, easy going, very well gaited, sensible, and beautiful!! Stud fee for live cover only is $450.00.
Sunny now has his TWHBEA registration papers so he is tripled registered: TWHBEA, CRTWH, and IHWHA
Above photos were taken in Idaho before Sunny came to Wisconsin. Three years later, the photo below shows how he filled out.
Welcome!!! Come on in and visit a while!
We take pride in the fact that our brood stock do not have any recently padded and/or sored World Grand Champions in their pedigrees.
WE SUPPORT SEVERAL SOUND HORSE ORGANIZATIONS. BECAUSE WE CARE, WE REQUIRE REFERENCES FROM POTENTIAL BUYERS AND ALL REFERENCES WILL BE CHECKED.
We take no pride in horses who have won show placings achieved by abuse. We will provide a written guarantee to anyone requesting it, that our horses have no artificial gait enhancement, whether mechanical or chemical. We believe in natural excellence, not gimmicks!
The "Industry" party line says soring ended years ago. This isn't the case. If you want to know more about soring, there are several sites listed on my links page that may shed some light on the subject for you. If what you see on these sites repulses you, I encourage you to contact your Senators and Representatives and ask for more funding for the USDA so they can enforce the Horse Protection Act.
I hope you enjoy our website and visit often as we update the photo pages with the new arrivals to our "nursery". Thank you for stopping by.