Little Smoke 045 is a power house.
His foals are very smart and trainable. They are very cowy too.
He is stout and athletic with tremendous bone and feet.
He has great withers, another attribute we really like about him and his offspring. He can really sit down and stop. He has a big, kind eye.
He has a rare pedigree and is a viable outcross. (No Poco Bueno, Peppy San Badger, Three Bars, or Doc Bar in his pedigree)
He has a great disposition, with enough fire and try to take you to the top.
His foals have excelled as ranch, performance, and cow horses.
Little Smoke 045 is a double bred Rondo Leo stallion. Mr. Gunsmoke is the greatest son of Rondo Leo and Prices Flicka Leo is the greatest daughter of Rondo Leo. Both are on his papers. Jody Fairfax is the sire of Little Smoke's dam. Jody Fairfax was the 1982 NCHA Reserve World Champion Stallion, Champion Stallion of NCHA Futurity 1974, earnings of nearly $90,000. Jody Fairfax also descends from Joe Reed II.
Multiple mare discounts and special considerations for proven mares.
Company / Facility:
Mack Quarter Horses -
We raise the finest outcross quarter horses in the southwest. Preserving the proven bloodlines that have been forgotten or overlooked. We provide a viable outcross in an industry that is dangerously narrowing the gene pool of todays quarter horses. Our horses are bred to perform. They have excellent dispositions and are receptive to training. Our herd has been carefully selected. We have horses with legendary cowboy horse bloodlines. Our horses are viable options on the ranch or the arena. Our horses carry on their registration papers the names of greats like Leo, Oklahoma Star, Kings Pistol, Oklahoma Fuel, Mr. Gunsmoke, Rondo Leo, Handle Bar Doc, Joe Hancock, Driftwood Ike, Frostys Top, Eddie, Jet Deck, Chick An Tari, Lonsum Tiger, Cutter Bill, and more. Our goal is to produce the best performance and using horses in the west. Visitors are always welcome.