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We have made some really big changes the last few years, we have moved from Vale, OR. to Emmett, ID. and we love it here. We have also sold all of our broodmares except for a few that we have kept for riding. We have been raising foals for 20 years or more and have loved every minute of it, but it is very time consuming and there seemed to be no time to just ride!. Now we are focusing on breeding outside mares. Our Stallion has good old Foundation blood that has proven to withstand the test of time. With heavy bone and feet, excellent disposition and conformation, his foals have plenty of athletic ability. We don't breed for color but we get plenty of it, 100% dun foals and "Smokn Cajun Rebel" a.k.a. Mouse, has never thrown a red foal! He also has a dilute gene. Take a look at him and I think you'll love him, I know we do! Willow Creek Quarter Horses is a member of AQHA, NFQHA, and APHA.
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