Our horses graze pastures all year long inside barbed and high tinsel wire and run in rough, rocky and flat terrain. We have extreme weather: very cold in the winter and very hot in the summer and these horses withstand both extremes every year.
Our stallions possess good feet and legs, good dispositions, speed, agility and good looks. We strive to establish excellence in a working horse; stamina, eye appeal, talent, and substance. We use performance bred stallions and cross them to raise serious performance and ranch horse prospects. Our broodmares complement our stallions. Our mares must have pretty feminine heads, friendly dispositions, good minds, good withers, feet bone, legs and size.
Our cattle run in big pastures year round and thrive on the forage grown on the ranch. The cows calve in May and June and wean in December. The cows also winter on their own and are fed very little supplement. The cattle are rotated often through many pasture paddocks to fully utilize the forage and mimic the grazing habits of a migrating herd.
We have a strong conservation ethic on this ranch and work very hard to enhance the natural beauty of the area. Our goal is to produce forage while building soils and clean water in a sustainable manner. We strive to be good stewards of God's creation.
Our stallions and mares throw colors of black, brown, bay, roans, buckskins, and palominos.
The doors are always opened to take a closer look. Give us a call, we'd love to have you see our horses for yourself.
Hancock Silver King is a true foundation quarter horse. This 2001 bay roan stands 15’2” hands high and weighs 1130 pounds and is structurally correct with excellent bone and withers. He has a good head and clean neck and tremendous muscle. Hancock Silver King also has a great disposition to go along with his physique. He loves attention and is quiet and kind. HSK’s sire is Leo Hancock Hayes who was the last producing son of the great Valentine. His dam, Sharon Snappy was also a true foundation quarter horse mare. Hancock Silver King sires colts with size, foot and bone, and friendly dispositions. His colts have a lot of speed and work well on the ranch or in the arena. His daughters are good saddle horses and tremendous brood mares.
CAJUN... is the latest addition to our Stallion Battery. We could not be more proud to own this fine stallion. A son of the great Frenchmans Guy and out of a Cash Treat daughter, he has speed bred into both sides of his pedigree plus you will not that he is a 5/8's brother to our senior sire, Frenchmans Fast Cash. "Cajun" stands 15'2 hands high and has excellent feet and bone. He is a big horse with a big motor. He has a kind eye, beautiful head, and excellent conformation. We are pleased to offer his first foals for us on Oct. 2015. We would like to thank Kay and Jake Clark for the opportunity to own this tremendous horse.
Black in da Cash is the junior sire at North Country Quarter Horses and we are very proud of him. He is a gorgeous black stallion who is 15’1” hands high. He has a great head with a big kind eye. He has a good foot and bone, and good withers. He is a good smooth mover, and is very intelligent. Black in da Cash, AKA Cash, is a son of Floating Interest by Dash for Cash out of a daughter of Special Effort. His dam is a daughter of Doc o Dynamite. Black in da Cash’s pedigree is full of barrel horse producers. We expect big things from Black in da Cash’s foals in the future.
LF ABIGAIL ~ 2008
SNW AMANDA SUNFROST ~ 2003
SNW FROSTY CASINO ~ 2002
She'll be in Billings, MT at Billings Livestock Horse Sale, Saturday, October 27, 2018.
Abby is our oldest daughter of Frenchmans Fast Cash. She is a tremendous producer. Her foals have topped our sale twice. She's got speed, agility, conformation,
and the looks to go along with it
Amanda is one of our favorite mares. She is a very light colored palomino and almost every foal that she has raised has been a buckskin. One of her colts is owned by Marcia and Bryan Mussard, Dillon, MT. He is the lead actor's horse in " The Legend of Lefty Brown," starring Bill Pullman. We are so excited to have one of our North Country Quarter Horses on the Big Screen.
We are offering this pretty chestnut mare, “CASINO”, for sale. She is a daughter of Pc Joe’s Frost, and looks exactly like her daddy: big, strong, and powerful. She has a huge hip, nice withers, and a keen head. She is a good milker. There aren’t many granddaughters of Sun Frost for sale. She sells pasture exposed to Kay Cross Cajun.
LF SHARON BAILEY ~2006
LF SWEETWATER GAL ~2011
LF FRENCHMANS STARR ~2008
LF SHARON BAILEY is a daughter to one of our previously owned stallions, Watch Joe Gamble. She is absolutely one of the prettiest mares that we have raised and kept for ourselves. She is friendly, has good foot and bone and throws some beautiful foals for us. Her sire is pictured in our photo gallery under saddle, with Bill Johnson.
Duchess is one of the prettiest horses that we have raised and kept for our own. She is a knockout buckskin with good looks and great conformation. She is usually the first mare to foal and throws her good looks every time. She has Sun Frost on the top and Hancock on the bottom.
Hailey is a mare that came back to us from Ashley Friede, Chinook, MT. She broke and trained her and then offered her back to us... we couldn't say NO! She has Sun Frost on the top and Diamond and Senior on her bottom. She's a beautiful palomino!
Daisy is a mare that was born at North Country Quarter Horses. She is a black beauty with very little white. She has Reminic on the top side and Gumbo Roany on her bottom side.
This mare is a beauty. She is friendly, throws well built foals with Signature Perks, Dash for Cash, and Colonel Freckle on her papers. This mare comes to us Julie Korkow, Broadus, MT.
Kate was born at North Country Quarter Horses. She is out of Linda's all~time favorite mare, Cuerno Verde Smokin. She throws beautiful foals that are built for speed. She has not missed for us since she became a broodmare and raises good ranch raised performance horses for us.
Luna comes to us from Phillip and Laura Russell, Winifred, MT. She is our youngest mare prospect and in 2019 she will her have her first foal by our sire, Black in da Cash. This is a combination that we are excited to see. She is very, very friendly and just loves to be around people.
Miss Roany Gumbo is one of the bigger mares that we own. She has good foot and bone, wither, and good conformation.
Mercedes is another mare out of our previously owned stallion, Watch Joe Gamble. She has him on the topside and Hancock on the bottom. She is a friendly mare and comes with all the bells and whistles.
Julie Korkow, MT sold us Molly and Molasses. They both have Signature Perks on the top and Doc O Dynamite
on the bottom. Molly is the sister to our stallion, Black in da Cash.
Read write~up to the left.
Petunia, oh Petunia! She is our funniest mare.. She absolutely loves pestering our dog while he sits and guards the quad from horses. I think that she has claimed the dog as her own. She is a young mare with Hancock on her topside. She is a daughter of our stallion, Hancock Silver King. She resembles her dad almost to the "T". Sometimes we really have to look to make sure that the body we see out in big mare group is really Petunia.
We are offering up this older foundation bred mare for sale. She traces to Poco Bueno on both sides of her pedigree. Her sire, Poco Doc De Oro, was a handsome dapple buckskin that we always admired. This mare just raised her first foal for us and she is in the sale. She sells pasture exposed to Hancock Silver King. She’ll come up to you in the pasture but doesn’t really like to be petted and she prefers women. With a little more care, she could raise a few more good foals for you. She sells at Billings Livestock Horse Sale, 11/27/2018.
Speedy is a fleabit gray mare that is build and bred for speed. Driftwood Ike on the top and Jackie Bee on the bottom.
Sonny, a big bay mare with absolutely not one speck of white on her, comes back to us from Andrea Rutledge out of Big Sandy, MT. She's had two foals for us and they have been dynamite foals.. We kept her filly from 2017 by Kay Cross Cajun and can't wait to see what she brings to the table for us in the future .
Stumpy, as we call her, was owned by our good friends, Clint and Keeley Young out of Ulm, MT. Last year, 2017, she produced a beautiful young filly for them by our stallion, Black in da Cash. This year, 2018, she produced a stunning black colt by the same sire.
Sweetie, comes to us by way of Tenley Keller Epperson, formally of Big Sandy, MT now living in Billings, MT. You might recognize Tenley's name as she was a winner in the College Rodeo Circuit and rodeo-ed with the Montana State University Rodeo Team. This mare is one of her horses that she raced with. Due to a snake bite, this mare is retired to just being a brood mare. She is built for speed and is a beauty. Her full sister was a PRCA and NRA winner, too. Sweetie is bred to Hancock Silver King and we are excited to see what she brings.
Texas comes to us from South Dakota. She is a mare that was bred and raised by Reeves Quarter Horses. This is the last mare that we purchased from Geno Hunt and she has treated us right every year. She throws a good stout foul and has not missed one time. Her foals are friendly and easy to work with. Her foals and are usually the first ones to come and greet us in the pasture.
Bill and Brenda Harmon from Chester, MT bred this mare and we are proud to own her. She is a small young mare and does a fine job bringing in beautiful foals. She is a mare that will come up to meet and greet us when we are out in the pasture.
Mares and foals in their late summer, early fall pasture...with the Bears Paw Mountains on the horizon.
Gambler was one of our stallions that we sold a few years ago. He was a beautiful sire and threw such beautiful foals. We had the opportunity to see him again this last fall... just as kind as ever.
We purchased 'CASH" from J-T Performance Horses, Broadus MT in 2011. Since then he has sired many a colt for us. He throws them good and throws them plenty!
Ranch raised performance American quarter horses