We offer Stallion service at the Ranch, hand or pasture breeding at the ranch, contact us for shipped semen.

Our offspring include those sired by Lenas Azure San, Foundation Bred Quarter Horse, Grandson and Great Grandson of Doc O'Lena or Q Tonne Leo San Cita (also Doc O'Lena bloodlines), Foundation Paint, Grandson of Leo San Cita and from the Q Ton Eagle line. Our new paint stallion City is now the herd sire. He is a full brother to Q, our former herd sire, who is now gelded and in the riding gang.


Peppys Leo San Cita APHA 680817

2002 Tobiano Homozygous Black Stallion


Grand son of Leo San Cita who was 17 Time Grand Champion
Superiors In: Halter, Working Cowhorse, Steer Stopping, Reining & Heading
ROMs In: Working Cowhorse, Heeling, Heading, Steer Stopping & Reining
1995 Champion Honor Roll Working Cowhorse
1995 Congress Reserve Champion Working Cowhorse
1995 Reserve Champion Senior Reining
1996 Congress Champion Heading
1996 Reserve Champion Heeling
1997 Congress Reserve Champion Steer Stopping & Working Cow Horse 3rd at APHA World Show in Working Cow Horse

Bred from the Q Ton Eagle line who earned:

5x National Champion,17 halter pts & 5 performance pts. 1964 & 1966 National Aged Stallion 1966 National Champion Open Reining horse. 1966 Reserve National Champion Get of Sire for 1968 & 1969 Q-Ton Eagle sired 141 reg foals, including earners of 600 halter,2294 performance pts,one Supreme Champion,10 Champions,2 Versatilities,63 ROMs & 14 Superiors

We have bred to 

Pabs San Tivio

AQHA 3547430 for 2015.


Lenas Azure San

2000 Sorrel,  AQHA 3965630



Our Ranch stud, putting foals on the ground every year that match the mare. He is the stud to use if you really like your mare's colour and conformation and want more of her style.

His temperment goes to the foal, with all the offspring quiet, calm and easy to train.

His maternal grandsire and paternal great grandsire is Doc O'Lena.

Doc O'Lena was National Cutting Horse Association (or NCHA) Futurity Champion, In all, Doc O'Lena earned $21,991.93 in NCHA earnings, along with an NCHA Certificate of Ability.

Among Doc O'Lena's offspring were Doc Athena, Sugar Olena, Lenas Peppy, Smart Little Lena, and Todaysmyluckyday. His son Montana Doc is a member of the NCHA Hall of Fame.Doc O'Lena was the first NCHA Futurity winner to sire a Futurity winner when Lenaette won the Futurity in 1975. His son Smart Little Lena was the first winner of the NCHA triple crown. And in 1978, Doc O'Lena himself was syndicated for $2.1 million, at that time a record for the cutting horse industry.Doc O'Lena was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.