$50 off the stud fee of any stallion for each
Early Bird-booking before January 1 each year
Multiple Mare-booking more than one mare, to any of our stallions
Referral Discount-referring friends that book to any of our stallions (friends get $50 off too)
VIP Discount-rebreeding your mare with us to any of our stallions makes you VIP in our book and gets you a discount each year.
Each discount is $50 off the stud fee and you can have them all if you book early, book multiple mares and refer a friend (not limited to booking to the same stallion) or rebreed your mare with us again this year (even if it has been a few years).
Here at The Lewis Ranch Stallion Station, we pride ourselves in putting AQHA and APHA foals with COLOR, disposition, conformation and pedigree on the ground
... at our place and YOURS!
We raise well bred, registered, quarter horses and paints with good minds, great conformation, and color, believing you can have Performance AND Color!
We have some wonderful Foundation bloodlines like Jackie Bee, Poco Bueno, Mr Gun Smoke, Gold Fingers, Bueno Chex, Mr Blackburn 41, Poco Tivio, Reminic and Mr San Peppy...as well as some of the more recent great bloodlines in the cowhorse industry today, such as Grays Starlight, Shining Spark, Just Plain Colonel, Smart Little Lena, Peptoboonsmal and Powder River Playboy.
Jackie Bee and Duane Walker, the man who owned and stood him for most of his life, (as well as the famous stallion Gold Fingers) were inducted into AQHA's Hall of Fame in 2008 and we have been fortunate enough to travel to Kansas and purchase a fantastic Gold Fingers bred mare from him, haul her home as a yearling and breed her when she turned three, to an Own son of Jackie Bee, Tee J Squeeky Bee ( just before he died, at the age of 25). We got a gorgeous homozygous gray, dun filly in March of 2011. The Gold Fingers mare is dun and homozygous for gray, and Tee J Squeeky Bee threw his gray gene too. He was a beautiful, big boned, gray stallion with a great mind and we believe this filly has the best of both Jackie Bee and Gold Fingers, two great stallions, both on her papers.
Feel free to browse around and email if you have any questions or are interested in breeding to any of our fine stallions or buying one of their foals, either in utero, (at a cheaper price), or once they have hit the ground. Check out our many discounts of $50 each, that we offer off the stud fees.
We showcased several of our stallions in the Lindsay, Ca parade on April 17th, 2010, and a couple even had a couple of our stallions that competed in a barrel race in Hesperia, CA later that month with 5 of our stallions participating, on May 8th, in the Woodlake Parade in Downtown Woodlake just before the Mother's Day Rodeo here in Woodlake-with two of them, again, competing in barrels on Saturday and one on Sunday too, taking a second both days.
The Lindsay, CA parade with our Buckskin/Dun stallion and our Homozygous Tobiano Buckskin Stallion above
Sara Newman-Alsup leading our homozygous red roan stallion, at the age of 2, in 2010, he had lots of ground work at this point
but not ridden yet so he was a walker in the parade that year. He is now broke to ride and sold.
We lead Shiners Dew, who was a 3 year old at the time. He is our homozygous black stallion (he had 13 rides on him by then but I didn't feel like he was quite ready for a parade). He is now very broke to ride and has had 6 months professional training and 60 days by me. He is pre-enrolled in The National Reining Breeders Classic, since birth. He will be 6 years old this year.