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Cee Sun

Cee Sun -

Yearling Stud Prospect
Own son of Mr. Sun O Lena. His dam is one of Frank Perkin's best broodmares. She has earned money in cutting and a full brother was the highest price horse sold at a Frank Perkins sale - $85,000. So far am very pleased with him and really like his pedigree. I also own a broodmare that is a full sister to him and her foals have been the first to get picked.

WESTERN HORSE REVIEW Magazine has a picture of Ima Sun Ofa Gun on the front cover of their August issue. It shows off his big brown soft eye ( the mares sure like them eyes! ).

You can learn more about "Gun" here. Shortly there will be more pictures of him on the site.

     I have been breeding Quarter Horses on a small scale for about twenty-five years. I have been expanding my breeding program for the past fifteen years or so. In my many years of cowboying, ranching and several years of competition cutting and roping, horses with versatility, soundness and cow sense have always stood out. The older I got, disposition became a major sought after quality. The first horse my dad bought me when I was ten years old was a dun with black feet and no white and although a good horse doesn't have a bad color, since then duns, grullo's and buckskins have always been my favorites. While disposition, versatility, conformation and pedigree are the number one qualities I breed for the majority of my horses do carry my favorite colours.
     Quite a few years ago I did a lot of traveling, particularly in Texas and Oklahoma, looking for a new stallion. I literally looked at hundreds of stallions and their offspring. Two of the stallions that intrigued me the most due to their disposition, versatility, conformation and flawless pedigrees were Playgun and Mr Sun O Lena. I feel fortunate to have found two young stallions with both of these great horses up close in their pedigree and also showing the same qualities that attracted me to Playgun and Mr Sun O Lena. Having cowboyed on several big outfits, I am always attracted to the big ranches and have made several visits to the 6666 Ranch at Guthrie, Texas who stand Mr Sun O Lena. I visited with several of the cowboys there and they tell me the Mr Sun O Lena offspring make great ranch horses because of their cow sense and easy going dispositions yet have the "fire" when needed. Playgun too has such a wonderful quiet disposition yet put him or his offspring in front of a cow and we all know they'll get the job done and then some.

My broodmare band has been selected for the same qualities I've mentioned above, with some size and good bone. Have had many repeat customers over the years with many compliments as to how easy the horses are to train and their cow sense. When I had my own feedlot it was set up to do everything on horseback. One day one of my neighbors came over while I was checking pens and he said to me, do you do everything on horses? I said yes, the only reason I got cows is so I got something to do for my horses. That statement might have been stretching it a little but I do love good cow horses and would be pleased to show you my horses.