We've built our program around our stallion to produce top quality athletes that will get any job done.  However, we know that the mare is equally important and have spent a lot of time and research into what mares we add to our herd. We pride ourselves in not only having some of the top of the line bloodlines, but for not passing up the conformation in order to get the papers.  Some of these mares we've personally rode or have seen the cross on our stallion to warrant their place in our program. Regardless of what mare it is, we're not afraid to keep the colt to ride for ourselves.  Every colt we've bred, we're proud of and happy to ride! 

        Doc Gray Bar     
        Doc Gray Bar     

Nick Bars Babe - 2000 Sorrel AQHA Mare

        Doc Gray Bar     
      Dr Nick Bar      
          Sugar Bars      
        Little Estileta      
           King Bars       
            Leo Tag         
         Sue Garvin       
           Hot Jean        
          Flit Bar        
        Este Tag       
          Mi Sid         
       Texan Jan      
    Mi Babe Jan     

We were fortunate enough to add Babe into our program in 2010.  Crossed on Frenchmans Elvis, she proves year after year to be the favorite! Her foals are smart, willing and have a ton of natural feel.  Her first Elvis foal is due to hit the futurities in 2017 and we couldn't be more excited! We've saved her 2014 filly for ourselves and she was one of the nicest colts I've ever had the pleasure of starting. She has a kind eye, good bone, and feet.  She passes on her substance to her foals, not to mention her big hip. The colt's from this cross are nothing but exceptional.   


Babes's sire, Dr Nick Bar was a NFR Qualifier, AQHA Point earner in Barrels, Heading, Heeling, and Pole Bending.  Dr Nick Bar sired great barrel racing champions, Sugar Moon Express, Willy Nick Bar, DJ Nick Bar, among MANY others. Dr Nick Bar paired with Frenchmans Guy has produced multiple winners including Brian Wheeler's standout barrel mare, SX Dr Peacherita! We feel that Dr Nick Bar daughters have been proving their worth in the arena and are just now proving to be amazing producers.

Bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

Jaymee Love - 2012 Brown AQHA Mare

   Love To Finish    
     Ivory James     
    Corona Cartel     
     Dashin Follies    
     Holland Ease     
     Corona Chick    
    Dashin Folly       
  Strawfly Special   
Love At First Glance
   Separate Ways   
  Chicks Beduino   
  Natovas Dasher   
  First Down Dash  

We lucked out and were able to buy this graded stakes winning daughter of Ivory James in 2015. She won over $18,000 on the track before she was retired sound to become a broodmare for us.  As impressive as her race record is, she's an outstanding individual.  She has great bone, straight legs, smooth, fluid movement, low set hocks and just a very balanced made mare.  She is one of the nicest mares to be around.  She had her first foal in 2016 and proved to be an outstanding mother and produced a filly with perfect conformation and the same sweet disposition.  We look forward to many years with JLo and are excited to see this cross of performance/race with Frenchmans Elvis. 

Bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

Firewater Sallie - 2002 Palomino AQHA Mare

           Flit Bar            
     Slash J Harletta    
        Top Moon          
     Madame CeCe     
      Docs Dee Bar     
       Ricks Leola        
    Hollywood Gold    
    Mae Not Tease     
  Fire Water Flit  
   Sadies Easy   
  Gray Dee Too  
     Mae Holly     
       Fire Easy       
  Mae Hollys Last  

"Blondie" is a beautiful palomino mare that holds a special place in our hearts.  She is the only full sister to our great mare Mae Holly Fire that we lost January 2014.  "Holly" was a proven 1D/Pro barrel horse that floated across the pen and had moves around the barrel to make a person stop what they're doing and pay attention.  She was a phenomenal mare.  We were just starting her first colt (PA Honey Im On Fire) on barrels by our stallion, Frenchmans Elvis when we lost her.  She has the same effortless moves and showed to be a the product of a tremendous cross.  I went searching for the one and only full sister and with the blessing of her owner, Vicki Pruett, she has come to live her days here with us.  Blondie has the same moves that her sister, the kind that makes you gaze at her as she lopes across the pasture with that ground eating stride.  Although started as a barrel horse, she never got the opportunity to shine and show what she could really do.  However, breeding her to Frenchmans Elvis she can show her stuff through her colts.  


We are really high on this cross and can't wait to see what's in store for the future!

Bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

Everwhen - 2007 Bay AQHA Mare

  Raise Your Glass   
     Go Effortlessly    
    Dash For Cash    
    The Signature      
 Lady Meter Reader 
    Easily Smashed   
    Roman Cream     
      Special Effort      
   Miss Eye Opener    
     Meter Me Gone     
  Dela Cream Smash  
  Special Leader  
   Wish You Well  

"Big Momma" is a big soggy 1300lb+ 15.3 hand mare.  She definitely fits her name!  Born, raised and raced for the legendary Joe Kirk Fulton of Fulton Quien Sabe Ranch of Texas, she ran a SI 93 and won $7,022.  Her sire, Special Leader is known for producing good solid colts with great minds.  They've been crossing well into the barrel industry and his daughters are producing some outstanding colts.  We feel that this will be a great cross on Frenchmans Elvis and have been super pleased with her first two colts by him. We look forward to seeing these colts hit the arena scene in the coming years.

SPECIAL LEADER SI 103 (1997). World champion, $292,605, Champion of Champions H. [G1]. Sire of 618 ROM, 64 stakes winners, $13,488,398 including LEADING SPIRIT SI 103 (champion at 2, $811,413, Rainbow Fut. [G1], Ruidoso Fut. [G1]).  Sire of dams of 20 stakes winners, including DM SHICAGO SI 104 (world champion, $1,873,730, All American Fut. [G1}, KATHYS STAR QUEST SI 113 ($415,048 [G2]), EYESA SHAKER SI 99 [G1}. 


Bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

Twosparksandasmoke- 2008 Chestnut AQHA Mare

      Dash For Perks     
        Crazy Daisy        
     Beggin Bar Blue    
       Willies Sandy       
   Smoke N Sparks   
  Molly W Two Bars  
    Dash For Cash      
      Shawnee Bug     
    Savannah Lynn     
    Bar Heels Jack      
Angels Beggin Card 
    Hollywood Willie   
  Half A Bubble Off   

"Two" is a nice young mare by the proven barrel and race stallion Smoke N Sparks.  She was ranch ridden when she was younger but has made her way into being  a broodmare.  The Smoke N Sparks horses have really made their mark in the arena in this area and nation wide, producing NFR Qualifier, RF Firefly. The cross on Frenchmans Guy has produced BBR World 1D Champion - Smoke N Sunshine.  We will be expecting a similar cross by breeding her to Frenchmans Elvis and can't wait to see the result!


Bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

Numbers Runner - 2004 Brown AQHA Mare

          Tres Seis           
   Cash This Runner     
         Streakin Six      
        Rebs Policy       
        Tinys Delight     
    Our Third Delight   
   Rocket Wrangler    
      Find A Buyer       
       Victory Stride      
     Double Queen      
     Dash For Cash     
     Running Blood     

"Number" is by the proven race and barrel sire, Tres Seis.  He's sired NFR qualifier Tell Em Belle as well as several futurity and derby barrel racing champions.  He's quickly becoming sought out in the industry as a broodmare sire as well. We're very exited to have this mare in our program to cross on Frenchmans Elvis. We think it'll be a perfect combination of performance and race bloodlines. Number also comes from the blue hen producing mare, Cash This Runner, an own daughter of Dash For Cash.  One of her more notable offspring being Panther Mountain SI - 105 and $459,921 LTE and producer of foals winning close to $11,000,000 on the track.  Number definitely has a strong mare family under her! 

She is bred to Frenchmans Elvis for a 2019 foal. 

TRES SEIS SI 97 (1999). Champion colt, $856,901 [G1]. Sire of 577 ROM, 55 stakes winners, $21,640,612, incl. OCHOA SI 109 (champion at 2 & 3, $2,781,365, All American Fut. [G1]), TRES PASSES SI 101 (6 wins, $1,504,928, Los Alamitos Fut. [G1]), TRES FRIENDS SI 97 ($921,632 [G1]), WILD SIX SI 103 ($601,632, Rain bow Fut. [G1]), A TRES OF PAINT SI 98 ($509,184 [RG3]), FINCHE SI 110 ($321,268 [RG1]), DIAMOND TRES SEIS.