Latigo Farm brings the past to the future.
Our line of horses are versatile and competitive in everything from AQHA showing, NRHA reining, NCHA cutting, ranch work, 4-H and youth and PRCA rodeo mounts. If you ever have the oppportunity to ride one you will find you have a horse with heart, desire, and a true athlete.
Enjoy life to the fullest and if you ride be sure that you ride
the best horse you can. Come on over to our place and take
a spin on a horse you won't soon forget!
We are located in Oklahoma. The home state of the
AQHA WORLD SHOW.
In 1982 Latigo Farm won the WORLD in working cow horse and was also reserve world champions.
We are a smaller operation raising quality foals each year.
Our mares are proven either themselves or through their offspring. Several of the mares are daughters of Latigos Luck.
We are currently standing a son of Latigo named
I Barely Get By and a grandson Latigos Luck Two.
It is GREAT horses that make GREAT Horsemen.
We feel that this line of horses are some of the most athletic
and fun to ride. These horses have been consistently producing top cow horses. They are repeatedly proving themselves in the rodeo arena and show arena.
27560 East 77th Street
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74014
(918) 357- 3622
PLEASE HOLD THAT HORSE!
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BARELY MONEY and Clint Peverly
2005 AQHA Youth res WORLD CHAMPIONS!!
We have some extremely nice palominos, duns and buckskins, weanlings and yearlings and a few youngsters started under saddle.
Bloodlines include OKIE LEO, OKLAHOMA STAR, BERT, PEPPY SAN, HANCOCK & more........
Latigo Farm is proud to announce that Barely Money, a daughter of our
stallion, I Barely Get By is now Res Youth AQHA World Champion in heading.
She won under the guidance of Clint Peverely from Nowata Oklahoma.
Clint Peverely and Ryan Schroeder( Robbie's son), both scored a 220 in the
finals in ft Worth last week. They had a rope off, and Ryan inched out Clint
for the World title.
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Cattle Lac sold to Channon Frascht in 2007.
This is at there first rodeo.
They were were 5.1 secondsi
2010 Yearling updates
and soon to be weanling arrivals will be posted soon!