SK First Timer

“Taking both the Limited Open Championship as well as Open Reserve honors was Sweden’s Styrbjorn Persson with Kurt Byquit’s SK First Timer. With the 4-year-old gelding by Acres of Time out of Dmac Delta Dawn between the reins, Persson earned a 199 composite (herd work 63/reined work 67/fence work 69). “I’m happy with these results because after we decided to geld him last year, I only got to ride him for six months due to weather conditions in our country,” he said. “I only started riding him three months ago this year and, because he is still a little green, he was a little insecure and nervous here. In the fence work he was great and I truly felt he loved what he was doing! I would like to take this opportunity to thank Markus, Otto [De Fazio] and all the ERCHA board for the work they do to promote our sport in Europe.” Persson and his mount also claimed the ERCHA Open Hackamore with a 127.5 composite score (reined work 66.5/fence work 61). Aboard Docs Smart Baron, owned by Hakan Hakansson, he went on to win the ERCHA Novice Horse Open with a 133.5 (reinerd work 67.5/fence work 66).” (from the ERCHA website)

SK First Timer

SK First Timer is the FIRST product from our breeding program, and this gelding by Acres of Time (Italy) won his first NRCHA check this past weekend! We’re extremely proud of “Turbo” who’s a son of our great broodmare, DMAC Delta Dawn.

Huge congratulations to owner Kurt Byqvist and rider/trainer Styrbjörn Persson!

New photos of Gus Gus

This colt is definitely turning into a wonderful young guy, and we feel so blessed to have one like him grow up here at our ranch! Gus Gus is a beautiful sorrel colt sired by NRHA Million Dollar sire SPOOKS GOTTA GUN. His mother is Kachina, our USA import by Whiz N Tag Chex out of Smart Kachina Olena. This colt is definitely bred to excel in the reining!!!!

Pride and Glory: SK CANDYBOX

This mare has from the day she was born, been nothing less than a superstar to me… Candy was born here at the ranch back in 2013 so it’s safe to say that I know all about her, both the good and bad stuff! Candy is truly a once in a lifetime horse for me and I am so excited to now see her first foal develop, a filly whom seems to have taken everything after her. Mira is such an independent and smart individual and she reminds me extremely much about Candy in that age.

I am truly excited to see what else Candy will produce for us in the years to come, but one thing is certain; this filly at her side now is exceptional and will be tuff to beat. 🙂