Weaver Quarter Horses 15th Annual Production Sale
September 18, 2010 • Great Falls, Montana
Behind the sale: The Weaver family came to Montana and recorded the Weaver brand in 1888. Five generations later, they’re still producing top quality horses. In 2009, Weaver Quarter Horses was listed as an AQHA leading breeder of Performance Point Earners. Ima Tuff Missy, the 2009 AQHA open all-around junior horse, and Weavers Smokin Boon, the third place horse at the 2009 NRCHA Amateur in Reno, were bred by Weaver Quarter Horses, and both horses were bought at the sale as weanlings.
Best known for: High-quality prospects and return customers. More than 80 percent of the horses go to repeat buyers. “The horses and the bloodlines are proven and the breeding makes them versatile for every facet of equine use,” says Stan Weaver.
Expect to see: Solid versatile horses and lots of color. “Our horses are well known for their cow-horse pedigrees, speed, good bone, feet and withers,” says Stan. “On the ranch, we ride the horses we raise and sell. They’re born in ranch country, and the mares foal out and spend the summers on native pasture with their respective stallion. The foals learn to cross creeks, navigate through mountains, timber and rock, and as a result are well muscled with good feet. They step out and have trainable minds and a hard working attitude.”
Web site and contact information: log on to WeaverHorses.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 406-378-2600.