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Breeder's Classic Bucking Horse Sale September 12 & 13th, 2023

MX 974 Spotty Cloud

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MX 974 Spotty Cloud - the last stallion of Spotty Crop


Born May 26, 2019.  Spotty Cloud is the last stallion we kept intact by Spotty Crop.  He is bred very well, with NFR bloodlines on all sides.  His dam, My Oh My is a maternal sister to NFR MX 48 Alberta Child of Pete Carr Pro Rodeo, sister also to NFR MX 374 Mary and another full sister to them we have in our breeding program, Alberta Snow.  My Oh My's sire is NFR Kenny's Baldy.  For a full detail of Spotty Crop and his NFR offspring and buckers, click on the link:


***Note on our breeding program***
We have spent the last three decades breeding very few select mares to handpicked stallions or ranch raised stallions from our own program.  What has been sold and bucking in the pro rodeo stage is not from quantity, but only quality numbers.  For every career bucker out there, there is not an equivalent number or more that didn't turn out having great rodeo careers or being excellent blood line producers.  We are very proud of all the NFR horses that have come out of our program, but equally proud of all those that keep doing their job, keep the contractors getting their rodeos and keep the cowboys going to the pay window.
We have been very diligent on our bloodlines, but also on the handling of our animal athletes, so they go out into the rodeo world with every bit of ability to think, do their job, keep their cowboys safe in the bucking chute and go back to eating and relaxing after their 8 seconds of work. 
We are also very grateful for the chance we've had to bring home our buckers after retirement so they can live out their days on the MX Bar Ranch.

About Us

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Just a little info on us:

We’ve been in the bucking horse industry for over 30 years.  We started with our own bloodlines in 1995 and have carefully selected mares and stallions to compliment our breeding program.


We’ve been very diligent in managing our herd, wanting to produce only animals that will do the job they were bred to do.  David rode Saddle Bronc horses for many years, and understands the “cowboy” side of wanting to get on a good bucking horse that will bring you to the pay window.


Since we’ve been on our own, we have been very cautious about managing our breeding program so as to ensure that the highest percentage of bucking horse prospects turn out into solid career horses.


We’ve had a good number of our horses make it to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo so far since we “fine-tuned” our program, and many others have done well for the stock contractors that have bought them.


God bless and enjoy our site!

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