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STALLION DIRECTORY Stallion listings features Cow Horse Stallions that draw from the pedigrees that breed success in cutting, reining and reined cow horse competition. The roster is the very best, with stallions that have won money and have produced money earners.

Cow Horse STALLIONS that are: Top Cow Horse Sires – Champion Cowhorse Stallions – Performance Stallions – NRCHA Stallions – NCHA Stallions – NRHA Stallions – AQHA Performance Stallions – Working Cow Horse Stallions at Stud


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N/N Bet Hesa Cat High Brow Hickory Bet Yer Blue Boons
N/N Brother Jackson Peptoboonsmal Icing Onthe Cat
  Cee MR Hickory Docs Hickory Miss Cee Nita
N/N Hickory Holly Time One Time Pepto Hickory Holly Cee
N/N Kit Kat Sugar High Brow Cat Sugar N Dulce
  NMSU Truckin Chex Nu Chex To Cash NMSU Docs Truckle CJ
N/H Metallic Cat High Brow Cat Chers Shadow
N/N Olena Oak Smart Chic Olena Fritzs Oakie Doakie
N/N Once In A Blu Boon Peptoboonsmal Autumn Boon
  One Shiney Metallic Metallic Cat One Shiney Rey
  Smart Steady Date Smart Little Lena Docs Steady Date
N/H Smooth As A Cat High Brow Cat Shes Pretty Smooth
N/Hr Sophisticated Catt High Brow Cat Shania Cee
N/N The Boon Peptoboonsmal Boon San Kitty
N/N Travelin Jonez Smart Chic Olena Travelin With Sass
N/N WR This Cats Smart High Brow Cat The Smart Look

GDF – Tested Free of Genetic Disorders :

The American Quarter Horse Association offers a panel test to determine if an American Quarter Horse is a carrier or has any of five genetic diseases.
HERDA – Hereditary Equine Regional Dermal Asthenia (HERDA) also known as Hyperelastosis Cutis (HC) is a genetic skin disease predominately found in the American Quarter Horse.
HYPP – Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis Disease (HYPP) is a muscular disease that affects both horses and humans. In horses, HYPP has been traced back to one horse named Impressive and has the alternative name, Impressive Syndrome, named after this horse.
GBED – Glycogen Branching Enzyme Deficiency (GBED) is a fatal condition caused by the bodies inability to properly store sugar.
PSSM – Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM), also called Equine Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (EPSM), is an inherited condition that occurs most commonly in Quarter Horses, draft horses and warmbloods, but can also show up in other breeds.
MH – Malignant hyperthermia (MH) was initially recognized as a fatal syndrome in humans, and the term describing its occurrence in swine is known as porcine stress syndrome.