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We are located in Tucson, Arizona and have been showing and breeding working cow-horses for nearly twenty years.  We take pride in breeding to some of the finest stallions in the cow-horse, cutting and reining industry.

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Standing at Stud


This 2008 sorrel stallion is sired by Dual Rey and Shiners Madam (Shining Spark daughter out of Missy Lena). He was shown by Corey Cushings at the 2015 AQHA World Show and took Reserve World Champion Working Cow Horse and took 7th place in the NRCHA Worlds Greatest Horseman.

Breeding Fee: $2,500 plus chute fee | Shipped Semen Available

Standing at Bandalero Ranch Equine Sports & Veterinary

520-760-6200 | www.Bandaleroranch.com

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Six-Panel Genetic Testing in Horses

Six-panel genetic testing for horses is a diagnostic tool used by horse owners, breeders, and veterinarians to assess the genetic predisposition of a horse to specific hereditary diseases or traits. This type of testing provides valuable information about a horse’s genetic makeup, allowing for informed breeding decisions and proactive management of potential health concerns. Here’s an explanation of what a six-panel genetic test typically includes: Hereditary Equine Regional Dermal Asthenia...

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Foaling and Breeding Season is HERE!

Once your mare is pregnant, consider her nutritional requirements in three stages. The first stage is the first two-thirds of her pregnancy. During this time, the fetal size does not increase significantly and your mare should still be on a maintenance diet. Her body condition should stay constant, again without losing or becoming obese. A mare that is losing weight will have a hard time re-breeding, and an obese mare...

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Placenta Evaluation

By Patrick M. McCue, DVM, PhD, Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists The placenta is the connection between the developing fetus and the mare and provides the means for obtaining nutrition and for gas exchange.  Examination of the placenta can offer valuable insight into the health of the newborn foal. Consequently, it is recommended that owners, farm managers or foaling attendants perform an evaluation of each placenta. The placenta is normally passed...

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