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Go Beckwith Roan


1992 AQHA Red Roan Stallion


Classy Flap
Classy Bar (Sugar Bars)
Beckwith Dun
Blake Andrea
Beckwith Babe
Wrangler Red
Bivins' Sunset
Tiny Watch Star
Tiny Watch
Go Watch
Miss Pana Star
Go Abigail
Go Robin
    Leo Hostess


STUD FEE: $550


Go Beckwith Roan Poster (Adobe .pdf)

Coming to us from the famous Weaver Ranch in Big Sandy, MT, this Go Beckwith Roan is a proven producer of performance quarter horses. He is a descendant of the famous Beckwith Dun, bred by the Crago Cattle Company. Beckwith Dunn was a grandson of Classy Bar by Sugar Bars X Mokie by Leo. His Dam, Beckwith Babe was by Wrangler Red and out of a mare linebred Yellow Wasp.

Beckwith Dun was an extremely versatile working horse with strong cow sense. He passed those characteristics on to the many World Show qualifiers he sired. His get included AQHA point-earners in halter, team roping and penning, barrels and poles as well as ROMS in roping. Beckwith Dun descendants have also proven to be excellent horses for 4H and other youth programs.

In 1992, the Crago brothers placed fourth at the World show in open team penning all riding Beckwith Dun horses. Sons of Beckwith Dun, including Mr. Beckwith Dun, Beckwith Playboy, and Beckwith Dun Boy, have all received places in the Foundation Quarter Horse Registry and The World Foundation Quarter Horse Alliance.

Standing at 15.2 hands and 1250 pounds this fine red roan stallion, Go Beckwith Roan, is a son of Beckwith Dun. Go Beckwith Roan is a very mild mannered horse demonstrating cow and athletic ability. Go Beckwith Roan is a skilled cow sorting, cutting, and roping horse with a natural running walk. He has passed the same traits on to his offspring. Go Beckwith Roan has sired 64 AQHA registered horses. He has thrown offspring with approximately 95 percent of them having color. He is dominant to produce duns, many of which mature into roans.

Go Beckwith Roan is very accepting to adding or subtracting mares from the herd during the breeding season. During the off season, his gentle nature allows us to pen him with other stallions or geldings. He remains a reference sire for the Weaver Ranch, and is now available to our own clients for live cover as well as through shipped cooled or frozen semen.



Fritzs Beaunanza

1999 AQHA Sorrel Stallion


  Fritz Command King Fritz
Friendly Fritz
  Sutherland's Miss
  Shamlin Super Max
    Mindy Buck
  Major Tyler Moore Major Bonanza
Beaus Mystic Bonanza   Be Skipper Sue
  Beauola Miss Beau Jag
    Mayola Ann

STUD FEE: $400

Fritzs Beaunanza (Adobe .pdf)


Fritzs Beaunanza is a descendant of  the famous sire, Fritz Command who is well known for his speed, agility, intelligence, versatility, precision, and gentle disposition. This young stallionís lineage traces back to King, one of the greatest Quarter Horses of all time. His bloodlines pass on a distinct competitive advantage to his foals. This stallionís get will go to work for you at the ranch, in the arena, or compliment any quality quarter horse breeding program with Hall of Fame, King Fritz blood.

Fritz Command (1967), earned 128 points and became an AQHA Champion. He sired AQHA earners of 2,416 points, 48 ROM, and 11 Superiors, includes the following horses:

          Cee Bee Command: World Champion Senior Reining Horse; World Champion Senior Working Cow Horse, and Superior Reining.

          Bar Flit Fritz: $16,213 in winnings NRHA Open Word Champion.

          Command Finale: Earned points in AQHA open events and in National Foundation Quarter Horse events. He is a sire of champions and world champions totaling  2607 points and the full brother to Bueno Chex AQHA Champion.

          Tuckerette Command: $29,277 (NRHA $13,461; $4,097 AIF) in winnings and 159 AQHA points. Tuckerette Command was the 1994 AQHA World Champion Senior Reining Horse and 1993 AQHA Reserve High Point Reining Champion. An AQHA Superior Reining Horse and ROM in amateur competition twice, she placed third in Amateur Reining at the AQHA World Championship Show in both 1994 and 1995, and third in the Nation in 1995 AQHA High Point Amateur Reining. In addition she was also the 1994 NRHA Limited Open Derby Champion and fourth in the 1994 NRHA Open Derby.

          Perfect Blend Note: Earning 113 AQHA points. AQHYA World Champion Reining Horse and  Superior Reining placing.

          Durante Doc: Winnings of $16,531 and 248 AQHA points. Placings in NRHA Ladies World Champion, 2-time AQHYA Reserve World Champion Reining Horse, and Superior Reining.

          Docs Missy Command: Winnings of $46,671 and 121 AQHA points. NRCHA World Championship Snaffle Bit Futurity Reserve Champ on, and  AQHA Reserve World Champion Junior Working Cowers placings.

          Docs Fritzie Command: Winnings of $24,707. Reserve World Champion Junior Reining Horse finalist in the NRHA Open Futurity placings.

          Ruby Command: Earner of 21 AQHA points. Performance ROM and I West Coast reining money-earner.

          Friendly Fritz: AQHA Champion.

Fritz Command also sired the dams of:

          Mist N Smoke: 147 AQHA points and winnings of $18,638. Placings in World Champion Junior Working Cowhorse and 1997 AQHYA Reserve World Champion Reining Horse.

          Chloe Little Lena: AQHA Reserve World Champion Junior Cutting Horse winnings of  $9,769.

          Wright A Chex: Reserve World Champion Junior Working Cowhorse.

          Fritzi Tucker Doc: Winnings of $70,274, PCCHA Non-Pro Classic Champion.


RWS Lucky Vintage


Palomino Stallion


Lucky Bar
Vintage Impressive
Glamour Bars
Pretty Win Rose
Win or Lose
    Pretty Me Too
Bill's Rock
Cutter Bill
Peppermints Echo
Rimrock Gal 247
Peppermint Punk
Bay Punk
Miss Cow Cody



STUD FEE: $400


RWS Lucky Vintage Poster (Adobe .pdf)


This exceptional palomino stallion is available to our clients for live cover as well as through shipped cooled or frozen semen. His size, conformation, and pedigree have cause quite a bit of interest in this young AQHA/PHBA stallion. He has already produced palomino and dun foals in his first foal crop!

RWS Lucky Vintage, known on the Ranch as "Mikey," is DNA tested as HYPP N/N. Therefore, he has the best qualities of the Impressive line, without the risk of passing on Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis. "Normal (N/N) offspring safely can be bred, without fear of HYPP being inherited. Selective breeding to normal (N/N) horses could entirely eliminate HYPP disease," according to Dr. Sharon J. Spier, D.V.M., Ph.D. University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Medicine. 


Reference Sire

Dark Pines Corky

Tardy Win
Tuff Win
Miss Dark Pine
Dark Pines Jeri
Dark Pines Dude
Billie's Skip

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