Category Archives: Horses for Sale

Horses are listed by their pet name. Feel free to click on a horse to get more information that may interest you. (Extended pedigrees are listed on allbreedpedigree.com) We try to provide all you might need to know about each horse to include its history, registry, any progeny, accomplishments, training, personality, and more pictures. If you find one that interests you, contact us for current pricing. We are always going to be very reasonable. We try to keep our prices competitive with comparable horses on today’s market or even better when possible. Younger horses’ prices change as they get further along in training. If you can’t decide, let us know what you need and we will try to match you with the right horse for you. We would rather not sell you a horse than sell you the wrong horse. Getting a great fit makes both the new owner and the horse much happier in the long run. Repeat business and word of mouth are the best advertising we could ever get so we do all we can to find the right horse for the right owner.

If you do not find what you want on this site, contact us anyway. If we don’t have what you need then we probably know someone reliable that does and would love to help you find the right horse.

Slade

Slade

Slade, whose registered name is AMR Play Slade, is our last foal out of April and he is a full brother to last year’s high selling weanling at our production sale. He is super shapey. His older siblings have made great ranch and rope horses and are super easy to get along with. He has… Continue Reading

Mac

Mac

Mac, whose registered name is AMR Poco Sugar Mac, is a stand out colt. This guy is huge for his age, good natured, great bone, he ought to be a great head horse prospect. He is the first offspring out of one of our most powerful buckskin mares. We are so happy that we made… Continue Reading

Butterfly

Butterfly

  Butterfly, whose registered name is AMR Poco Mariposa, is a very feminine filly that is a great arena prospect for roping or barrels. She should be super fast and very friendly. Ali named her because she looks like she is floating around like a butterfly when she moves. She is beautiful. It is really… Continue Reading

Moses

Moses

Moses was an orphan that hated the bottle so he was a little behind but is catching up quickly, In the last month he has shot up in height a bunch and filled out lots too! He is already bigger than some of his peers that were much taller than he was at weaning time.… Continue Reading

Stormi

Stormi

We bought Stormi at the “Come to the Source Sale” in 2014 to breed to Bear. When we lost Bear we thought that we would make a calf horse out of her but just ran out of time to train her with so many in the pipeline. She is good minded, friendly  and easy to… Continue Reading

Waco

Waco

Mike bought Waco from a friend when he noticed her in his pasture. She has a nice big hip and a pretty little head.   She is bred to work and play hard and take you to the pay window when you want to compete.   Mike started to break her to ride and noticed… Continue Reading

Cinco

Cinco

Cinco wasn’t really a planned purchase to our program but once we saw her we couldn’t resist. We decided to go to a friend’s registered red Angus sale and came home with the buy of the sale.  She comes from a line of mares that are strong performance producers. This filly fits perfectly into our… Continue Reading

Foxy

Foxy

Bee was by far one of our favorite broodmares. She stamps her babies with a nice foundation hip and pretty head and tons of athleticism. Crossed on Bear with his strong attributes these babies have been just outstanding. Foxy is the female version of her brother Squid. She is big boned yet still very pretty.… Continue Reading

Classy

Classy

Classy got her name because she has just been a really classy horse from day one. She has all the right things in all the right places and the best attitude you could ask for. We can’t wait until she gets a chance to prove what she is made of but until then she is… Continue Reading

BB

BB

2012 AQHA black mare, AMR Poco BB King. We have had a few nice babies from this cross but BB is probably the best. Kiowa and Bear only made one dark foal and she is as pretty as they come. She is also very shapey. She ought to make a great cow horse since she… Continue Reading

Rosie

Rosie

2011 AQHA red dun roan mare, AMR Destiny is Rosie. Rosie has been a real looker from day one and that has never changed. We have been really tempted to keep her as a broodmare but we can’t keep them all and this one deserves a performance career. We still have her younger sister so… Continue Reading

Navie

Navie

2011 AQHA gruillo mare, AMR Navie Bugn Out. Navie is a super shapey gruillo filly out of Goose and our friend’s stud Perkin Bugs. She has a great big back end so she really ought to be able to run like her pedigree dictates. We love her pretty little head and she is really smart… Continue Reading

Taos

Taos

Taos is pretty cute! He was conceived really late in the season and momma got sick and had a really hard winter so he was stunted during pregnancy. He is shapey which more than makes up for his smaller stature. We plan to start him and make him a kids rodeo horse. It will be… Continue Reading

Rowdy

Rowdy

We bought this cute colt from the Come to the Source Sale when he was a baby. We were looking for a colt that could be a stud prospect or make an outstanding gelding and this one is a cute one for sure. Being black with some nice white markings make him flashy enough that… Continue Reading

Repeat

Repeat

We named him Repeat because that is exactly what he is, a repeat of all of the great horses that this cross produced before him. He is stout and pretty, he is made right, he is calm but very athletic. He is all that you could ask for in a perfect ranch horse prospect. When… Continue Reading

Clyde

Clyde

Clyde is the only horse on the property that we raised but we don’t own either parent. His sire is the amazing Frenchman’s Easy Doc. His dam is a mare named QCS Dynamite that we traded for and when we were bringing her home from Montana we dropped her off in South Dakota to get… Continue Reading

Baloo

Baloo

This is a very nice colt that has screamed stud prospect from day one. This cross of Bear and Bee has always made really athletic horses that are really pretty with tons of potential. He certainly fits that bill. It will be so exciting to see what he becomes! He goes to the trainer very… Continue Reading

Jones

Jones

There are not a lot of people who are familiar with Pa Jones but those that are know that these horses can really run but still have a calm demeanor and are easy to train. They are really forgiving. We miss our old stud Cricket but babies like Jones show that we still have his… Continue Reading

Gus

Gus

We just love Gus. We bought him from a ranch horse sale as a stud prospect and we agree that he fits that bill. We bred him to a handful of mares and his babies were outstanding but we felt he would be an even better gelding. We sent him for professional training and plan… Continue Reading

Captain

Captain

This nice gelding was consigned to our 2017 Production Sale and we liked him enough that we bought him. Captain is really blooming since coming to Morning Ranch. Before he came to us he was trail ridden a lot, used on cattle in the pasture and in a feed yard. Since the sale he has… Continue Reading

Boody

Boody

Boody is a really well bred colt that we bought at auction from Montana.  We love his pedigree and planned to perhaps use him as a stud someday if he turned out to be of that quality.  Unfortunately he was not the smartest colt we have ever owned and caused himself some real problems. When… Continue Reading

Duck

Duck

We got Duck from a friend’s ranch horse sale with high hopes that he would be a really fun horse for Mike to use at the yard and to train as a rope horse. Unfortunately he has a navicular bone injury on one hoof that he got as a young horse and has not been… Continue Reading

Ballad

Ballad

Ballad is from the first colt crop that Ali raised out of her old stud Cricket and her first set of mares. As a five month old he put his foot through a welded wire fence that was supposed to be horse-proof and cut himself on his foot. He never limped on it and we… Continue Reading