God has truly blessed us through the years with great stallions.
The most influential to us, financially and every other way, were:

NCHA Reserve World Champion, 1986 Open NCHA, NCHA Cutting Futurity, 1983 NCHA Futurity Open Reserve Champion, NCHA Finals, 1986 NCHA World Open Finals Winner, NCHA Derby, NCHA Challenge Reserve Champion, NCHA Earnings: $357,010. AQHA Register of Merit (10 Performance Points), Sire of World Champion offspring, NCHA and NRHA money earners, including 649 Performing Foals with 1,884.5 Total AQHA Points, 1 World and 2 Reserve World Championships, 6 Superior Awards, and NCHA/other Money Earnings of over $8.5 Million combined. 
He has once again truly blessed us with another amazingly well bred, athletic stallion with cow sense and an unbelievably good mind.

A son of Freckles Playboy out of a daughter of Docs Hickory
Because these stallions play such a role in our broodmare band,
their pedigrees and more is available here.
A son of Poco Club out of a granddaughter of Leo
Foundation All Around Champion with AQHA points
We found this sweet guy in a 10' x 10' stall in a large barn in Oklahoma in September 2019 when he was sixteen.  He was purchased by a couple from up north as a weanling.  They trailered him to their home and then a little while later they loaded him once again and moved to Oklahoma.  He was worked with a little bit as a young horse, but never broken to ride.  When we picked him up, we were told that most of his life he had lived in that little stall and only turned into a little round pen in the same barn for a few minutes of exercise each day.

At his age and level of non-experience, we didn't know what the future would hold.  We only knew we couldn't drive away without him.  After only two very long trailer rides in his lifetime, "Jose" hopped right up in our trailer.  From his papers, we knew he was royally bred and would be the perfect outcross to so many of the trending and popular bloodlines.  We also could see that he lacked muscle tone, but was conformationally correct.  It was apparent to us by the time we unloaded him in our barn that he had an amazing mind and gentle spirit.

Once we were home, Wayne had the unique opportunity of starting a 16 year old stallion under saddle.
See the video of his 10th ride.
Once again, this stallion made us glad we took a chance on him.  He showed remarkable trainability and sweet spirit as he learned the skills required of a versatile ranch horse.  We knew he should have "cow", and we were right!

Even with his age, we wanted to make sure he produced the right kind of baby.  The first year, we only bred him to three of our mares and we couldn't be happier with the resulting foals.  

We are standing him to the public for the first time in 2022.  Reserve your booking now!

NCHA 1969 World Champion, NCHA Hall of Fame, AQHA Superior Cutting Horse, Sire of NCHA Futurity Champion 
A son of Haidas Little Pep out of a daughter of Jose Uno
Uno Haida as a young horse.
Uno Haida at 18 years of age.
Photo taken on August 12, 2021.