Welcome to our web site.
We have now retired from breeding but still may offer a quality horse for sale..So check back with us from time to time..
We would like to personally Thank all our past customers for with out each of you our breeding program would not have
been so successful!
We welcome all visitors and the coffee is alway's on.We are located in the beautiful Ouachita mountains and live in the
small quiet town of Hatfield,Arkansas.
Eddie and Janice Thompson
God Bless you all
"God forbid that i should go to any heaven
there are no horses" Robert
B. Cunningham Graham
What is a Paint Horse ?
A spotted horse should only be called a Paint if its ancestry is known or if it displays conformation that is clearly
akin to that of an American Quarter Horse.
A Pinto differs from a "Paint" solely by breeding. Horses with "pinto" coloring and verifiable pedigrees tracing to the
American Quarter Horse or to Thoroughbreds have been named the "American Paint Horse" and are referred to as "paints" and
are recorded in a registry known as the American Paint Horse Association. Most Paint horses may be registered as Pintos, but
not all Pintos are qualified to be registered as Paints.
Please enjoy this clip,it is our pleasure to share it with you!
Grandpa Eddie and Sarah
Some horses come into our lives and quickly go.Others stay awhile,make footprints on our hearts.....