Horse Skills: Barrels, poles, goat tying, breakaway, team roping Price: SOLD
Accomplishments: He is a 2D barrel horse and a 21 second poles horse with room to improve. He is finished in goat tying and has been started in breakaway, heading, and heeling, but is not proficient. He has won several buckles and other prizes and has been to many junior rodeos and barrel races in Arizona and New Mexico. Loads, clips, stands, and is nice to be around overall.
Julie Moore on Topper (2009): I purchased Topper from Tammy last fall and I
could not be happier. I only started riding a few years ago and I had a bad
wreck at one of my first competitions. For a long time I was afraid to ride.
When I felt ready to compete in barrel racing again, I found Tammy and Topper.
Topper is as Topper is as broke, quiet and gentle as they come. I started
racing him and winning just weeks after I brought him home. He has a heart
of a champion, but also the heart to take care of me while I am still learning
to compete. Tammy's care, love and training that she puts into her horses is more than
evident when you see the finished product. I am grateful to have the opportunity to own one of her horses.
Teresa Beeman on Quigley (1998): Quigley has been used for barrels, poles, goats, breakaway, flags, reining, western riding, pleasure, leadline, and a queeny contest. Quigley will run and run to win every time you head into the arena. It doesn't matter what event, the weather, the ground or whatever, if you ask him he will give you his whole heart. Quigley has won many many saddles in barrels, poles, goats and breakaway. He has won hundreds of buckles and prizes. He has also won thousands and thousands of dollars. Quigley went to the Jr High National finals in barrels, poles, and goats Kaylin's 8th grade year. He was also chosen the 2007 Horse with the Heart of a Champion out of more than 200 horses. Quigley has been my childrens best friend for the last ten years. He has added to our lives everyday we are able to be around him. We love him and are greatful for having the honor and privledge of owning him.
Janet Karp on Casey (2007): Thank you for Casey. I have been pleased
with everything about him. He is gentle, easy to ride, very well trained,
and the best of all nothing seems to faze this horse. My daughter is
gaining years of experience from him. He is the best. A lot of training
and experience went into Casey. Tammy has done such a wonderful job
with him. He is good with kids and is just a beautiful horse. As a first
experience with owning a horse, he is perfect. Thank you for all the time
and effort that you put into him to be such an excellent experience. I
would trust any horse that Tammy has trained because of how wonderful Casey responds to even the slightest touch. I have seen her with other horses and the love and respect that she puts in her horse shows in the end results and how well the horses respond to her teaching.
The Haralson Family on Treasure (2009): Tammy, We just wanted to let
addition to our horse family. You do an incredible job with your horses,
and it is very evident how much time, love and care go into it. We feel
very fortunate to have been able to purchase Treasure because her and
Whitney have made great strides together. I love the fact that Whitney
can do anything with her, Gymkhana one night and go win Reserve Grand
Champion at a Horse Show the next morning. Treasure works well with
Whitney, even if she has no idea what the event is, she is always willing
to try. We look forward to enjoying many years with Treasure and we
are thankful to you for your continued support. The Haralson Family
Accomplishments: Max is a family owned and trained horse that we have had since he was 10 months old. He has a great foundation and is finished in several events as listed. He is super easy to work with and is often the go to horse for everyone in the family. Unfortunately, we have recently found out that Max has ring bone and arthritis making him a great candidate for children who want to junior rodeo, gymkhana, or learn to rope. He would also be a great trail and hobby horse for anyone. We can show his x-rays upon request. Due to his health issues someone will be getting a fantastic horse for cheap!
Location: Safford, AZ
Description: Jack and Brindle are great little bulls. We have owned them since they were about a year old. They have always been taken great care of and have turned into awesome cattle. They are easy to work with in the pen and have a good buck out of the chute. They would make great junior bulls! More photos and videos coming.
Please click here to see Jack bucking out of the chute!