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Brood Mares

Mares that do more than have foals!

Our breeding program consists of mares that are used as ranch horses, lesson horses, & what ever else needs to be done horseback that day! 
We plan to give them a year break in between each foal. We feel they are happier when they have a job. Plus we know what the mares are cause we ride em'! and lets face it, the mares raise the foals :) 
We are producing Gentle, Trainable, Great Conformation & Cowy foals!

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Wagoner Training LLC Brood Mares

Cat Rhapsody

"Merada" Chestnut 
Daughter of Cats Merada

Merada is confirmed bred to El Smarty for a June 2022 foal.

My Smoke N Dually

"Dually" Bay Daughter of My Smoke N Pistol

Dually is not bred this year but we plan on breeding her for a 2023 foal. I have raised 3 foals out of her and they have all been phenomenal ranch horses. She stands at 15.3 HH

Whiz I Was Dry

"Whizper" Bay Daughter of Conquistador Whiz

Whizper is taking a year off from the last 8 years of having foals. We currently have a yearling and a weanling out of her. We plan to breed her to El Smarty for a 2023 foal.

Luvyalongtime

"Luvly" Bay - Daughter of Gallo Del Cielo

Luvly joined Wagoner Training October 2023. We are very excited to add this amazingly bred mare to our brood mares!

AND Bonus she herself is a money earner!

Reference Stallions

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Cats Merada

Sire of Brood Mare CATS RHAPSODY

  • Performance Record LTE: $177,000

    2002 NCHA Futurity Open Semi-Finalist
    2003 Augusta Futurity 4-Year Old Open Finalist
    2003 NCHA Summer Spectacular 4-Year Old Open Semi-Finalist
    2033 Pagosa Springs Mountain Cutting 4-Year Old Open Finalist
    2003 West Texas Futurity 4-Year Old Open Finalist
    2003 Brazos Bash 4-Year Old Open Finalist
    2003 Music City Futurity 4-Year Old Finalist
    2003 Southern Futurity 4-Year Old Open Finalist
    2004 Western Horseman Cup Open Finalist - 3rd

  • Produce Record Sire of Offspring with earnings in excess of $5,143,095

    Nievas - $362,794
    George C Merada - $332,025
    Fort Worth Pipeline - $165,048
    Flo Like A Cat - $124,439
    JJS Catless Merada - $162,773
    Dualin Cats Merada - $107,149
    Jett Setter - $101,153
    Rich N Snazzy - $83,685
    Merado Jo - $81,006
    Kool Arista Cat - $73,506
    2004 Augusta Futurity 5/6 Year Old Open Finalist
    2004 Memphis Futurity 5/6 Year Old Open Finalist
    2004 Abilene Bonanza 5/6 Year Old Open Champion
    2004 NCHA Super Stakes 5/6 Year Old Finalist - 3rd

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Conquistador Whiz

Sire of Brood Mare WHIZ I WAS DRY

Achievements

• Equistat's No.2 Junior Sire of 2008 & 2009
• A 2005 NRHA Top 10 Leading Sire
• 2002 USET Reining Champion Gold Medalist
• 2002 World Equestrian Games, Spain Individual Silver Medalist
• 2002 World Equestrian Games, Spain Team Gold Medalist
• 2002 World Equestrian Games, Spain Highest Individual Score
• 2000 AQHA Congress Jr Reining Champion 2000 NRBC Champion
• 2000 NRHA Derby Champion
• 2000 Equi-Stat #1 Leading 4/5-Year-Old Reining Money-Earner
• 1999 Congress Open Reining Champion


NRHA 2 MILLION DOLLAR SIRE

OFFSPRING:

His first foal crop produced KR Lil Conquistador who won the 2005 Congress Futurity and the 2005 NRHA Futurity, ridden by Shawn Flarida. This was the start of an amazing streak of wins, which has earned the gelding over $460,000, he currently ranks as Equi-Stat’s 2nd leading money earner in reining.

2006 produced JD Conquista Anna, who took the spotlight at the NRHA Futurity by winning the Non-Pro division, ridden by Kelle Smith. This mare's earnings have since exceeded $62,000.

2010 produced Litn Up Conquistador, the NRHA Futurity Non Pro Champion. Ridden by Tish S Fappani • Owned by Tish & Andrea Fappani

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Gallo Del Cielo

Sire of Brood Mare Luvyalongtime

Gallo Del Cielo (Peppy San Badger x Doc Starlight x Doc Bar), also known as “Rooster,” died following an August 20, 2015 accident, but he left an indelible impact on the entire Western performance horse industry. One of his most recent accolades is Million Dollar Sire status in the National Reined Cow Horse Association.

Foaled in 1989, the bay stallion was bred by Harold “Spook” Stream III, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and owned by the Polo Ranch Stallions, Marietta, Oklahoma. His own show career was brief. He competed only as a 4-year-old year, winning $28,438 in National Cutting Horse Association money.

But Rooster’s defining role would be as a sire, and his foals achieved greatness in multiple arenas. Though Rooster was trained as a cutting horse, his offspring demonstrated particular flair for the reining maneuvers, making Rooster a $3 Million Sire status in the National Reining Horse Association. His more than 500 performing foals have earned more than $5.8 million across all disciplines.

Rooster babies do more than spin and slide; they also have risen to the top in the multitasking reined cow horse arena. In the NRCHA, 112 Rooster foals shared in their sire’s Million Dollar Sire achievement, with combined earnings of $1,010,778. The top reined cow horse by Rooster is Roo Star (x Anna Paulena x Doc O’Lena), a 1999 stallion with $79,354 in NRCHA money. He is followed on the earnings list by Son Shining Rooster (x Shining Zanzee x Shining Spark), a 2005 stallion who has won $62,231; Roosters Chicaroo (x Meerly Chic Olena x Smart Chic Olena), a 1996 mare with $60,150; Sheza Roo (x Sheza Shinette x Shining Spark), with $57,641; and Roosters Hickory (x Hickorys Red Rey x Doc’s Hickory), with $45,417.

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