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Hang on while the photos load.  These are pictures of our horses.  If one of our horse's pedigree information isn't listed on another page at this site, I will try to include it here.  Please check back from time to time for updates with new photos and information.  I also enjoy doing extended pedigrees on our horses.  Contact us by e-mail at if you would like more pedigree information on our horses, or if you have pedigree information to share.

Poco in the snow "Fun in the snow."
This is from a couple of years ago, taken shortly after Poco had been turned out of his stall so that he could enjoy the falling snow.
Honey Bean and Samantha Samantha said, "You can't get rid of Peanut (Honey Bean, ApHC).  She's my horse!" When your granddaughter lays claim to a horse like this, what are you going to do?
Ima Poco Doc "Lord of my realm."
Poco has been checking out a course at Equine Community College; Pecking Order 101.  He frequently gets a refresher course on Round Pen Basics.
Poco and Shannon
Poco & Shannon
Poco and Shannon
"I can ride all day."

Two sources for horses and stallion services, that I recommend are:

Harry L. Jackson, St. Joseph, Missouri.  Located in northwest Missouri, Harry continues to produce outstanding horses.  Broodmares carry bloodlines that include National Champion Sire, Prince's Twist (by Prince Plaudit); Appaloosa Supreme Champion, Ha Dar Hadley (by Ha Dar Honey); and Goer.  Standing at stud is UR Goin Grand (ApHC), a halter champion and producer of champions.  You can see photos of UR and some of Harry's other horses by clicking here.  Harry and Shirley usually have some young stock (weanlings, yearlings and an occasional two-year-old), as well as broodmares, available.  You can contact Harry at:
(816) 238-3059 (late evenings), or write to him at:
Harry L. Jackson
11100 Lower Dekalb
St. Joseph, MO 64504

Circle K Horse Pavilion, Cookeville, Tennessee.  Located a short distance off I-40, just east of Cookeville, in middle Tennessee, Jerry Jones stands several stallions at stud.  Appaloosa and Arabian stallions are there for the 2000 breeding season.  Not only does Circle K offer breeding services, they also offer trail rides, horse education courses, and other special events.  Circle K has added a new barn with an indoor riding arena.  It's certainly a nice place to board your horse.  You can check them out at: or Email them.

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