September 8-10, 2010 • Quinter, Kansas
Jamison Quarter Horses started their performance horse program 20 years ago to complement the family’s ranching operations and the reputation it holds for its 60-year registered Hereford breeding program. They are today recognized as one of AQHA’s largest breeders, with a 110-head broodmare band and 10-horse stallion battery steeped in Sun Frost, Driftwood, Doc Bar and Hancock bloodlines.
Jamison’s horse breeding program was established with their initial purchase of Docs Jay J and Great Pinebred mares from fellow Hereford breeder and AQHA Hall of Famer Albert Mitchell and his Tequesquite Ranch in New Mexico. Further acquisitions of Driftwood and Hancock mares included America’s largest band of own daughters of rope horse sire Wilywood from South Dakota breeder Tom Eliason.
Today’s stallions are headed by Cowan Brothers-bred Sun Frost sons PC Frost Em Peppy and PC Citisun Cline, double-bred Wilywood grandson TR Special Drift, AQHA Ranch Versatility Champion Three Jay Colonel, and Blue Valentine grandson Roan Bar Valentine.
Backed by proven rodeo, cow horse and speed lines, Jamison horses are true, versatile, all-around stock that excel on the ranch and in the arena.
“They have built their reputation upon quality, powerful bloodlines and marketing ranch-raised, ranchdeveloped horses backed by profound breeder integrity,” says Jay George of United Livestock Brokers.
Jamison’s 7th annual Quarter Horse sale is a two-day event that starts with the Thursday performance horse preview, followed by Friday’s 200-head auction featuring the country’s largest one-breeder offering of broke and started ranch and performance prospects, plus 50 broodmares and 50 2010 foals.
For more information: Call Gordon Jamison at (785) 754-3639, or go to jamisonherefords.com for more detailed information and catalogs.