Honors's dam... Bounce of Gold
In 2008 we purchased Honors from Kim Squires in Oklahoma. He was broke and used on a ranch for cow work and started on barrels. However, he was never competed on because Kim became pregnant prior to Honors's 4 year old year. He was put out with the mares and had been there until I bought him.
While we were in OK, we looked over a dozen of his babies from newborn to 4 year olds and they are very correct and uniformly balanced. They are very pretty with big long round hip, straight legs, pretty heads and balanced from top to bottom and nose to tail. He has already sired pro caliber rodeo, futurity winners, major futurity finalists and 1D performers from less than 50 lifetime foals. This incredible minded individual comes from a very strong maternal line of performers and producers.
that still belong to Kim Squires and/or her parents. Many of these mares and fillies are still in their broodmare band.
Liz Holder riding Bouncy Lizzy By Honors A Bounding. Bouncy Lizzy passed away last year. My condolences. Holders have a 2009 full sister to Bouncy Lizzy. Thank you to the Holders for returning to Honors for another foal. Good luck in all you do.
Honors's sire... Jet of Honor