RMH Horse Ranch

 

Secretariat was a 16.2h chestnut stallion that was born in 1970. He was the winner of the Triple Crown in 1973, & then went on to win the Belmont stakes by 31 lengths & was named horse of the year. Secretariat's world record still stands today!

Zippo Pine Bar   #0617456

1992 Inducted NSBA Hall of Fame 
2000 Inducted AQHA Hall of Fame 
Sperior Performance, 1972 WP. 
Sired: 1648 AQHA foals, 68 Appaloosas, & 72 Paints which collectively earned over 50,000 show points. All Time Leading Sire of AQHA High Point Performance Horses. Leading Sire of NSBA money earners. Sire of NRHA money earners. 
Euthanized on January 12, 1998 at age 29 following a major stroke.

Witraz

Born 1938 & was the most valuable stallion in Polish breeding after World War II. As war raged over Europe and bombs were exploding around the lands of Janow Podlaski, these precious horses were to be evacuated to safety. They were led by their grooms in full bomb attacks. Witraz was used in the Polish breeding program through 1941 - 1956. He produced 14 stallions, four of them used in Poland. He also sired 28 outstanding broodmares, 7 of them produced 14 stallions used in Polish breeding. 

Windsong Firefrost

AHR #609803. Chestnut Extreme Sabino

SCID Clear 

Frost was exported to France as a European Endurance Stallion. In November 2010, he was qualified for the 90km International Endurance Race *Avis aux amateurs! 

WAPITI

ApHC Hall of Fame 1966 Nat'l Champion Get of Sire, 1974 Canadian Nat'l Ch. Get of Sire, World & Nat'l Champion Sire,22 Race Starters, $16,793.33 Life Time Earnings, 1970 Reserve Nat'l Champion, 1969 Reserve Nat'l Champion NATIONAL CHAMPION, 1966 NATIONAL CHAMPION GET OF SIRE. 1974 CANADIAN GET OF SIRE CHAMPION. PLACED IN THE TOP 3 IN THE GET OF SIRE CLASS AT THE NATIONAL SHOW IN 1968, 1969,1970.FOUR FOALS HAVE WON 6 BRONZE MEDALLIONS. SIRE OF 218 FOALS, WITH AT TOTAL OF 268 PERFORMANCE POINTS, BY 4 HORSES, 192 HALTER POINTS BY 8 HORSES, 5 ROM EARNERS. 1 SUPERIOR HALTER EARNER, 2 SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE HORSES. A LEADING SIRE OF WORLD AND NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. 18 RACE STARTERS, 1 STAKES WINNER, 5 CANADIAN CHAMPIONS.

Two Eyed Red Buck   #3026532

AQHA H-29.5/P-249.5
ROM Halter - Open Superior Heading - Open
Superior Heeling - Open
AQHA Champion
1997 AQHA World Open Aged Halter Stallion - 9th
1997 AQHA High Point Halter Stallion - 9th
1996 Jr Heading
1996 Open Heeling
1996 AQHA High Point Performance Horse
1996 Open Heading 

Sunwest Mandar

Born in 1989

Chestnut Spanish-bred AHA Stallion

Sugar Bars (1951–1982) AQHA 0042606

Quarter Horse racehorse and stallion who sired many Quarter horse race and show horses. Sugar Bars raced for three years on the racetrack. He started thirty times, with seven wins, four seconds and seven thirds to his credit. He earned $3164.00 and an AAA speed rating to go with his AQHA Race Register of Merit. Bud Warren, who owned Sugar Bars after his racing career ended, claimed that Sugar Bars was a \"good racehorse,\" not a \"great one.\" After his racing career was over, Sugar Bars was bought by Bud Warren in 1954 for $2500.In his breeding career, Sugar Bars sired such notable horses as Sugar Leda, Jay\'s Sugar Bars, Nice N Sweet, Mr. Sugar Boy, Otoe, Cabin Bar, Gofar Bar, and Bar Pistol.[5][3] Sugar Leda was the 1968 AQHA High Point Halter Horse. His offspring Sugar Line and Jay\'s Sugar Bars were AQHA High Point Reining Horses, in 1976 and 1978 respectively. Sugar Bars sired thirty AQHA Champions. Both Otoe and Gofar Bar were AAA rated horses on the racetrack as well as both earning an AQHA Championship. Sugar Bars\' grandson, Sugar Vaquero, was the 1973 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Champion Cutting Horse and a member of the NCHA Hall of Fame. Sugar Bars was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame. 


 Skipper W   #0007964

AQHA Hall of Fame 2011 
88% NF 
Breeder/Owner: H. J. Wiescamp, Alamosa, CO. 
Sired 3 World Champions, 13 AQHA Chs, 118 arena ROM, 4 race ROM, 17 Sup. Hal. & 11 Sup. Perf. Skipper W sired only 132 AQHA registered offspring & 
died in 1963.

Prince Plaudit   ApHC#55156

Leopard, blaze. Breeder: Hank & Grant Wisecamp, Alamosa, Co.Nat.Champ. Get of sire 1976. Bronze Production Plaque 1978. ApHC Hall of Fame 1988. Died June 1988 aged 25 from natural causes. 

For family pictures email plaudits world@aol.com. Correct breeding as edited in The American Appaloosa Anthology. 

Poco Bueno   #0003044

100% Foundation 
H-37.0/P-8.0 
AQHA Champion/ROM Arena/Hall of Fame 
Sire of AQHA Chs/ROM Arena/Pro.Dghts/etc. 
HERDA Carrier 
He was grand champion stallion at Denvers National Western Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, State Fair of Texas in Dallas and the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City. As a 4-year-old, in 1948, Poco Bueno started his performance career as a cutting horse, and his amazing ability helped him to quickly acquire an impressive record & legion of fans. He was the first quarter horse to be insured for $100,000.00. Poco Bueno died November 28, 1969 and Mr. Waggoner left specific instructions in his will that Poco Bueno was to be buried in a standing position in a grave across from the ranch entrance on Hwy 283.

Pleasant Dreams

ApHC 508043

7x ApHC world champ. 5 bronze medallions 2001 res. world's best app 2002 world's best app ApHC supreme champ World Champ.1997/Ladies Heritage World Champ.1998/ Sr. judged Heading

Mr. Tailwind   AQHA # 0426631

H-12/P-0
100% Foundation 
Breeder: Mr & Mrs William Moorman, Fort Pierre, SD. 
Owner: Mr & Mrs Bill G Moomey, Waukesha, WI.

World & Reserve World Champion Sire, Superior Halter & Performance Sire 
AQHA Champion Sire, ROM Halter & Performance Sire

Mighty Tim   ApHC #86102

High Point Halter & Performance
Grand & Res. Champion at Halter
ApHC Champion Sire
World & Natl Ch. Sire
Owners: Dave & Kim Utke, Sheldak Ranch
FPD 10%

Mighty Bright   ApHc-9760

Shown in halter three times as a weanling, winning all three events. At the end of show season that year, he received the Mountain and Plains Appaloosa Association High Point Weanling award. The beginning of Mighty Bright’s 1961 show season proved disastrous when the yearling was involved in an accident prior the Denver National Western Stock Show. Mighty Bright sustained an injury that ended his show career. He was the first GEAR Premier Sire. ApHC Hall of Fame 1988 HIGH POINT WEANLING IN MOUNTAINS AND PLAINS CLUB, COLORADO. G.E.A.R. REGIOANAL SUPREME PERFORMANCE SIRE. SIRE OF 188 FOALS, 6 BRONZE MEDALLION WINNERS IN HALTER AND PERFORMANCE CATEGORIES AND A TOTAL OF 54 PERFORMANCE POINTS, AND 16 HALTER POINTS. AN ALL TIME LEADING SIRE OF WORLD AND NATIONAL HALTER CHAMPIONS. A LEADING GRANDSIRE OF WORLD, NATIONAL AND CANADIAN CHAMPIONS.

Man O War

T0128228 His groom, Will Harbut, eloquently summed up Man O War. He said, He wuz de mostest hoss that ever wuz. 21-20-1-0, $249,465. Retired top money earner. Won: Preakness S., Belmont S., Dwyer S., Travers S., & Jockey Club Gold Cup. Sire of 1937 Triple Crown winner WAR ADMIRAL and grandsire of SEABISCUIT. Foaled March 29, 1917. Died on Nov. 1, 1947. Final race against SIR BARTON, the 1919 Triple Crown winner, which Man O War won. Lost to a 100-1 long-shot named UPSET after a botched start. Man O War was facing the wrong direction when race had begun.

Kumar's Night Legacy

AHR #595338 

Homozygous Black. SCID's Clear.

Khemosabi   AHR*45471

++++// 
Bred by Dr. or Mrs. B. P. Husband. 
Sire of 1,264 registered Arabians and Half-Arabians. Grandsire of 8,636 registered Arabians and Half-Arabians. 
1973 U.S. National Champion Stallion, 1976 U.S. National Champion Western Pleasure, 1969 Canadian National Champion Stallion, 1976 Canadian National Champion Stallion, 1976 Canadian National Champion Western Pleasure, 1971 Canadian National Champion Pleasure Driving, 1972 U.S. National Reserve Champion Stallion, 1970 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion

Huckleberry Bey   AHR*144007

Bred and owned by Varian Arabians. 
1984 U.S. National Reserve Champion English Pleasure
1981 U.S. National Top Ten Stallion
1979 U.S. National Reserve Champion Futurity Stallion
1979 Cal Bred Champion Futurity Stallion
Legion of Merit
Sire of Significance
Leading sire of US National Performance/Halter Champions for the last five years
1999 was captured as a Breyer model.

Died 1992.

Goer

ApHC# T180530

ApHC Hall of Fame
1985 National & World Shows titles
1980, 1983 & 1984 National Shows Get of Sire

Died 1994

DreamFinder   ApHC #407333.

Near leopard & blanket - white w/ brown spots on body & hips Grand Champion Stallion
ApHC Hall of Fame
1989 World Champion Get of Sire
1991 World Champion Get of Sire, National & World Champion, Multiple National & World Champion producer

Desperado V

AHR*357142

National Champion Sire in Halter/Performance
Leading Sire, Sire of Significance.

 Desperado V has been the leading sire on five of the AHRA stud books and he is a Sire of Significance. 

Cowboy Justice

Reserve World Champion Foals have earned 303 performance pts, & 1177 halter pts. 44 ROMs, 3 Superior Events awards, & 11 Bronze Medallions

WR Champagne Chill

HYPP N/N
AQHA/PHBA/ICHR
2004 AQHA Select World 3 yr old Stallion-7th
7 GRAND AND RESERVE titles and is a CIRCUIT CHAMPION. World Top-10 Stallion

DKB Windsong Brio

AHR*620432

Brio is a 2005 Black/Bay Minimal Sabino Arabian stallion, tested SCID clear!

Bright Joker Eyes

1991 Smoky Black Fewspot Appaloosa Stallion.

100% color-producer & stood 15.2 1/2 hands.

Bold Ruler

Breeder/Owner: Wheatley Stable
33-23-4-2, $764,204. Won: Futurity Stakes, Preakness Stakes, Bahamas Stakes, Flamingo Stakes, Wood Memorial, Queens County Handicap, Stymie Handicap, Carter Handicap, Suburban Handicap, Toboggan Handicap. 
U.S. 3-Yr-Old Champion Male (1957) U.S. Horse of the Year (1957) U.S. Champion Sprint Horse (1958) Leading sire in North America (1963-1969, 1973) U.S. Racing Hall of Fame (1973)

Blue Max

APHA-00079237

22 Halter Pnts, 24 Western Pleasure Pnts- ROM,1 Grand Champion Halter pnt, 3 Reseve Champion Halter pnts, 5 trail pnts, 29 lifetime performance pnts, 1987 APHA Champion. Blue Max has left his mark on the APHA. Siring multiple World and Reserve World Champions, Blue Max offspring have won 10,000+ points in 18 events with 131 Register of Merits, 45 Superiors, and 8 APHA Champions. Blue Max is the All-Time Leading black and white APHA stallion.

BASK   AHR 25460

BASK ++ is the only stallion to be a U.S. National Champion Stallion and Park Horse and is the breed`s all time leading sire of champions and National winners, as well as National winner producers. 
Bred by Albigowa State Stud, Poland. *Bask began his race training in Poland at the age of two. He remained in the racing program for a full four years. Out of 40 races, he placed first eight times, second seven times and was third seven times. Exported in 1963 to Lasma Arabians, USA. 
1964 Scottsdale Champion Stallion 
1964 Scottsdale Champion Park (3-gaited) 
1964 US National Champion Stallion 
1964 US National Top Ten Park 
1965 Spokane Reserve Champion Park 
1965 US National Champion Park 
1965 Legion of Merit 
1966 Scottsdale Champion Park 
1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Driving 
1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Combination 
Legion of Supreme Honor 
Died July 24, 1979.

Aladdinn   AHR #177073; SAHR #

Foaled February 13, 1975 on Swedish farm. Imported from Sweden to USA on August 31, 1978 by Lasma Arabians, Scottsdale, Arizona. Registered there as Aladdinn, with the second letter n at the end of his name, due to there already being one registered there without. 1978 Swedish National Champion Stallion at Halter. 1979 U.S. National Champion Stallion at Halter. Sire of 24 National Champions. Grandsire of 117 National Champions. Died January 11, 2010. 

Aladdinn is the only stallion to win a European championship then, Swedish National Championship Stallion and then go on to be named National Champion Stallion. He was also the 1979 Scottsdale Champion Stallion. Aladdinn proved himself to be prepotent in the breeding barn by siring four sons who also took the very same US National Champion Title.

Abdull's Pok A Son

ApHC-143460

1977 National Champion Aged Stallion. 
Sire of National & World Champions.