Mossbar Quarter Horses

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Mossbar Quarter Horses was founded in 1965 when Carl and Kathy Moss purchased their first mares, two daughters of Jule Bar, a son of Sugar Bars. For fifty years Carl and Kathy have raised exceptional working
horses influenced by the bloodlines of Sugar Bars. In 2019 their daughter Keela Seemann and her family took over managing Mossbar Quarter Horses and now stand Santiago Sugar in Colville, Washington. Santiago Sugar
was added to Mossbar Quarter Horses as a weanling, and carries Sugar Bars bloodlines on both sides of his pedigree and is also a paternal grandson of Colonel Freckles. Santiago Sugar or San was kept as a stallion because
of the intelligence, speed and good bone he passes on to his foals. San’s foals have particularly excelled in the rodeo arena as calf roping, breakaway roping and team roping horses. San’s foals are level-headed and sure footed
enough to pack elk out of the backcountry but have the athleticism to pull checks in the arena with their big stops, and ability to lock on and rate cattle. The breeding fee to Santiago Sugar is $500, for more information
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