Praise for Krystle Lite Scotch
"I still have Scottie's daughter and almost
everyone that comes to the farm wants to buy her. She is due
to have her first foal in a couple of weeks. Anyway on one of
the lists I am one someone brought up Sonny Dee Bar. I mentioned
my Scottie filly and it really hit me that I would not mind
having another" - Audra Pennebaker, Westphalia, KS
was happy to find your website with more information about
Krystle Lite Scotch, our horse's sire. Krystle Lite Scotch
for sure passes on his shape because I know that my horse
probably didn't get his shape from the EASY JET and BOSTON
MAC side of his family. He probably didn't get his cute head
and big soft eye there either!!!! We have used him all summer
for extensive ranch work and he's been my Mr. Reliable. He
has such a great disposition and is a wonderful horse to have
in the barn. We've had the opportunity to own a lot of nice
geldings and I'd have to say this horse has been one of my
favorites. We have gotten a lot of miles and good use out
of our gelding. His work ethic is a "10." Angela
Mings, Columbia, MO
got home with "Kip", which is what we call him.
He is so beautiful in the field and so easy to work with.
We can tell someone has really been kind and taught him well.
Thanks for the opportunity to own what we feel like is a baby
with a lot of potential! Keith Fowler, TN (Flash Me A Krystle)
"Gus" is actually doing great!
Hes been in training with Gord Wadds for about 3 months now
and is very willing and such a sweetie. I hope to bring him
home in a month or so and trailer-in for weekly lessons from
Gordy all winter long. My brother had high hopes for him as
a rope horse but quickly learned that Gus liked me better
(haha) so he is my new show prospect. I hope to show him in
some quarter horse and open shows next year. I will keep you
posted in his progress. Sincerely, Amanda Rinz
Lite Scotch: Thank you for letting us come see him! I just
loved him. Corey & I decided that the one gray mare doesn't
suit him, but our old gray mare would be a perfect match.
I think that you can book us for next year for that mare.
Marnie Taylor-Powell, Hutchinson, KS
Hi Kathryn, I am the current owner of Scotch Bar Twister.
He has been a wonderful horse for my daughter and I. We have been successful with
him in the Eastern Kansas Horseman's Assoc. In 2002 I rode him to hi-pt horse
in the Ladies 18-45 W.P., and 2nd in Jr. W.P.. These were the only classes I showed
him in. My 10 year old daughter rode him to 4th place finishes in W.P. and horsemanship.
I believe he could easily go English, he matured to 16 hands, and in addition
to the pitterpatter jog, he has a long sweeping extended trot. His lope does need
some collection. I have worked with him very little, and what a shame. He needs
someone who has the time to finish him! Wonderful disposition! - Chris Dietz,
My champagne mare foaled last Monday. It is a gray filly
and she is the best foal the mare has ever produced. She has the most refined
head I have ever seen in a QH foal. She also has a nice long hip. I hope to get
some photos of the filly and send them to you. She is WOW. Everyone who has seen
her picks her as the top prospect they have seen. She keeps improving too. - Audra
Pennybaker, Westphalia, KS
purchased a filly sired by this stallion from Ruth McFarland at a sale in Shawnee,
Oklahoma October, 2000. I started her slowly and just last year put her with a
trainer to finish for showmanship, western pleasure and pattern classes. My mare
is riding great and my trainer is very excited about her coming show career. We
took her out a couple times this year but plan to seriously show her in 2004.
She is very athletic and most important very level headed and solid. Her legs
are slow and she profiles nicely in the arena. -- Phyllis Averett, NC