These heavily muscled, compact horses could run a short distance over a straightaway faster than any other horse, and the fastest were called Celebrated American Quarter Running Horses by English colonists in the 1600s. In 1940 a registry was formed to preserve the breed which officially became the American Quarter Horse.
Standing Call To Honor. Located in Muscatine.
Standing red dun, bay, red roan, and buckskin stallions at stud. Offers pedigrees of stallions, mares, and horses for sale. Located in Wellsburg.
Standing two stallions featuring the bloodline of Scotch Bar Time. Includes pedigree, breeding information, and offspring photos. Located in Newton.
Breeding grullo-colored horses. Standing stallion, Blue Yahooty Hancock. Includes photographs, offspring, sale horses, and breeding contract. Located in Bedford.
Standing palomino and black stallions at stud. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in Farmington.
Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in Newell.
Standing red roan, bay, sorrel, and chestnut stallions at stud. Includes photos and profiles of horses. Offers Toy, Miniature, and Standard Australian Shepherd puppies for sale. Located in Marengo.
Breeding horses for western work. Standing 1989 sorrel stallion, Taris Special. Services, stock profiles, photographs, and sales. Located in Le Mars.
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