Johnson Quarter Horses

There is a time & place for everything and everyone....

Here are some of our 4 legged friends that played a vital part in our lives but it no longer with us in this world!   Gone but not forgotten. We were blessed with these sweet and kind "little older" horses that helped teach many a child to ride & show in their last years.  These horses and dogs will always have a special place in our hearts!

                               Puddens Doc Sugar  "Pudden"

Own daughter of Doc's Sug and out of a daughter of Pudden Head!  Foundation & performance at its best!  Doc's Sug earned NCHA $1,194, NCHA COA, & NCHA futurity open finalist.  AQHA champion with 20 performance points & 36 halter points (11 Grands).  He sired equi-stat offspring LTE cutting earners of $2,246,246, ranking him in the top 300 all-time leading cutting sires!.  Pudden Head was an AQHA champion with 45 points & siring earners with 1,937.5 AQHA pts and $61,403 NCHA earnings. Unfortunately, we had to put Pudden down during the winter due to arthritis and age. We miss her!





Spicy is no longer a broodmare since she is 29 years old but still an important part of our family & herd.  Her jobs now include babysitting foals and mowing front yard.  Spicy has 7 open AQHA pts & 6 youth AQHA pts in western pleasure.  She is a great all-around mare that won in team penning, horse shows multiple events,  used in playdays, trail ridden, & used to teach people to ride.   Unfortunately, we had to put Spicy down during the winter of 2010 due to arthritis and age.  We miss this sweet girl.


  Muffin - my buddy!

I miss my buddy & constant companion for 17 years!  The best "cow cocker" there ever was!






  We had to put Lucky - "the dog who came with the house" down winter of 2010 due to complications from tick disease.  We miss our "bear" and snake hunting dog!



 Build By Sons Doc

This great 26 year old gelding made the semi-finals NCHA cutting futurity, earned over $5900 NCHA money, NCHA COA and has been used in team penning, sorting, barrels, poles, etc!  He was 13th 2008 in Oklahoma Playday Association overall state finals!  He has taught many a person to ride in his last years. We had to put him down Feb 2011 due to colic. We miss him and so does "the herd".