Hairpin Roan Tiger is our number one stallion. He was a featured stallion in the Leachmann Hairpin Cavvy sale in 2004. We purchased him as a two-year old for $11,200. We rode "Tig", as we call him, for four years before an injury brought his saddle horse days to an end. He is still sound enough to breed mares, and for that we are grateful. "Tig" produces big, stout, good-minded babies. The Tig colts mature with lots of foot and bone, and great backs as well. One thing we hear over and over is how trainable and quiet "Tig's" sons and daughters are. Of course this comes as no surprise to us because we've rode a lot of them. As more and more Hairpin Roan Tiger colts spread throughout the northwest, his reputation continues to grow. We literally can't keep one around the place because they sell. Hairpin Roan Tiger is without a doubt going to make a name for himself among the elite ranch horse sires on the west coast.
16 hands / 1400 lbs. - Fee $1000
Smart Justin has absolutely gotten better and better the longer we have owned him. We are now crossing him on the Hairpin Roan Tiger daughters and are absolutely blown away by the cross. He puts such a cool hip structure on his foals. When you add that to their gorgeous heads and good feet it makes them pretty hard to get around. We ride Justin on the ranch and really enjoy his quiet, calm disposition. Justin injects some serious cow into his babies. He's bred to be a cowhorse and his babies are too.
15.0 hands 1200 lbs.
- Fee $800
Justin's morning commute to work
Doctoring yearlings on Justin
We are honored to have the opportunity to own a horse like Weavers Boonsmal Doc. He’s very unique for a cutting bred stallion. Lots of foot and bone (we like that) with 4 black feet. He’s short backed and has a absolutely beautiful head. We are crossing this stallion on Hairpin Roan Tiger daughters and expect that they will be great minded and absolutely want to eat a cow.
15.0 hands 1150 lbs.
- Fee $1000
Caseys Bay Fox is a stallion that has proven himself as a great sire. He's at the end of his breeding career and we are thrilled to get to own a horse of this caliber. This brown stud is about as cowboy looking as you can make one. He's super short backed, has great withers and an incredible disposition. He's double bred Sugar Bars on the top side and double bred Leo on the bottom side. Truly a quality stallion.
15.1 hands 1200 lbs.
- Fee $600