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1Y Quarter Horse Broodmares - Captainsgotsneakers

CAPTAINSGOTSNEAKERS

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2006 Grey Mare

Captainsgotsneakers  - “Sneakers” was a very nice barrel horse; she won $20,000+ at rodeos and barrel races and was a futurity money earner as well.

Her full brother Shu ended up in the top 40 in the world WPRA standings 2014; he has run multiple 17.0’s on the standard pattern and is a past OMAK Stampede Champion, Placed at rodeos such as Fort Worth, San Antonio and qualified for THE AMERICAN. These are talented horses who have proven they are top rodeo horses and athletes.

Captainsgotsneakers by Captain Biankus


Sneaker’s sire is of course Captain Biankus - 2X NFR Qualifier, DNCFR Champion, 4x Columbia River Circuit Champ, Futurity winner.

Captain won or placed many prestigious rodeos including St. Paul, OR, Tucson, AZ, Oakdale, CA, Denver, CO, Houston, TX, Calgary, CN, Yuma, AZ, El Paso, TX, Red Bluff, CA, and many more. Captains many full siblings - including Sam Bar Biankus, Princess Biankus, Kue Tee Bar Biankus, Kay Tee Bar Biankus and Bella Bar Biankus - were also successful barrel horses, winning futurities, high school rodeos, college rodeos and pro rodeos. Captain Biankus was also a great SIRE of barrel horses having sired Futurity Winners, Derby Winners, Amateur and Pro Rodeo winners. His offspring include Captain Cash Us, Bank On Biankus and Captain Kid Biankus, Blazin Biankus, Beep Beep Biankus, Captains Prospector, Sniper Biankus, Barrelin Biankus, and Captain Neon Leon to name a few.

Shes Gotspeedy Shoes is Sneaker’s dam. Her race record was - 20-3-2-0. She was sired by Beduinos Best Boy, a son of Beduino that Vessels Stallion Farm raised.

Shes Got Speedy Shoes’ dam was a race winning mare named Bitopseed. She goes back to old time greats like
Leo, Barr Heels, Custus Rastus, Joe Reed etc.

Captainsgotsneakers


Captainsgotsneakers Sneakers - Colville, WA

 
Biankus Skippety Flip
Hansen's Miss Waggoner
Captain Biankus
Bella Jo Bank Lightning Bank
Bella Jo Rilla
Beduinos Best Boy Beduino
Triple Tiny
Shes Gotspeedy Shoes  
Bitospeed Won't Go
Honey O Bar
     
Captainsgotsneakers by Captain Biankus
 

A little “Biankus Background”…

Biankus, an unusual name, pronounced by those who are closest to his roots as by-an'-cuss.
Biankus was a prolific sire of barrel and pole horses. Bred in Idaho, and then owned most of his life by Glen Fletcher of Dayton, Washington, his reputation developed in the Pacific Northwest and gradually spred throughout the nation as his offspring proved themselves in the arena.

Looking at the pedigree of this stallion you can recognize some of the names, but this is not a pedigree that would lead one to believe this horse would produce barrel horses. As it was with the great Doc Bar, occasionally an exceptional, even an outstanding producer comes along. Biankus was one of those horses. In the cutting or reining fields, when looking at a pedigree and you come to the name 'Doc Bar', there is no need to look any further back. And in the barrel horse field, when you come to the name 'Biankus', you have arrived at the origin of greatness.

The first public successes of Biankus offspring were in the National High School Rodeo arenas, as they were ridden by Glen Fletcher's grandaughters. They earned five (5) NHSRA Pole Bending titles, with numerous other placings in poles and barrels. Kelli (Fletcher) Currin recalls a pole run by Sam Bar Biankus at Moses Lake, where he recorded an amazing 19.1 second time. The unbelieving officials remeasured the course, which proved to be right on the 21' standard pattern.

Two (2) Biankus sons have made it to the NFR, and both are stallions: Captain Biankus, owned by Kelli Currin, made two trips with Kelli at the reins. Bogie Biankus, owned by Randi Rae Britt, was ridden at the NFR by Katie Garthwaite (McCoin). At the 2008 Northwest Finals for the BRN4D, with between 400 and 500 horses competing daily, Biankus bred horses won over $28,000! There were six (6) Biankus bred horses out of 20 in the championship round. Sons and daughters of Biankus continue to produce winners today. Owners testify to them being easy to start, and quick learners, with lots of 'try'. These horses 'hunt' a barrel and all seem to have a natural rate. It is almost unheard of that one would run past a barrel.

Read more about the Biankus horses here:
http://www.biankus.nwpegasus.com/story.PDF





 

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