DMAC Delta Dawn. Import USA.

This post was made on April 20th, 2017 but it is published to be the first post of our blog. I want to take some time to tell you about how JonssonQH came to be. It all started back in 2009 when I bough a dog [I’m a breeder of Working Australian Shepherds] from Texas. When I went to pick that puppy up I got introduced to the western lifestyle and more specifically, I got introduced to the sport of cutting. Ever since that day, when I saw my first cutting horse show, I knew…

I knew I wanted to own horses like that, brave and athletic. My dream became that one day, I would be the one to enter than arena on a horse like that. So, my search began. I quickly realized that this was a sport of money, not only to buy your horse costed money, but to buy the tack needed and to the keep the cows is expensive, everything around this costed. But that didn’t stop me, I was determent that one day, I wanted to do this. I was seventeen years old.

I started saving money and time passed. I searched for a horse in Sweden, in Europe, but I couldn’t find what I was looking for. I wanted a mare, that I knew. And I wanted one with a great pedigree for cutting, which was hard to find at the time. So, I saved more money and decided to import a horse instead. Time rolled on and it wasn’t until the beginning on 2012 I knew that it all would be a possibility for me. Our family had just moved out to a 500 acre ranch, so we finally had enough space… I started seriously looking and in September of 2012 I found what I wanted, in South Dakota, USA.

DMAC Delta Dawn was by one of my [than] two favorite stallions, Royal Fletch and Reys Dual Badger. This ROYAL FLETCH daughter was still very young, she was in foal and she was rideable. I chatted with the current owner which later became a great friend of mine and not long after, I bought her to my parents surprise. Later than year, exactly on November 7th (if I recall right) she arrived to Sweden…

Dixie has been the joy, and the pride, of this whole dream. She’s a great horse and we are very happy to be able to build a program around a mare like this…