First Gold Express, aka Cowboy
AQHA Cremello Stallion, 15.2 hands about 1100 lbs. 5 Panel N/N and negative for LWO.
Temperament, conformation, color producer and a wonderful pedigree all in one package!

Cowboy is a double bred and grandson of The Investor, who produced true all around prospects as well as had a nice show career of his own: Show H-53/P-21,(29 Grands, 16 Reserves) Superior Halter, ROM Performance, AQHA Champion, NCHA $12,000+, AQHA Hall of Fame Horse, NSBA Hall of Fame 1994, AQHA #2 All-Time Leading Sire of Western Pleasure Point Earners, AQHA's #4 All-Time Leading Sire of Performance ROM, NSBA's #10 All-Time Sire of Western Pleasure Horses. Out of 29 foal crops, 687 Performance Point-Earners, 143 Superiors, 4 World Champions, 11 AQHA Champions, 158 foals earned a total of 1476 Halter Points, 4 Youth Champions, 4 Superior Halter Champions, 3 High-Point Winners, $313,220 in NSBA earnings. In 1980 6 of His get placed in the All- American Quarter Horse Congress 2 year old snaffle bit futurity, taking home 58 percent of the total class purse, $55,390. 
Hall of Fame Offspring, Superior Halter Offspring, Superior Performance Offspring, AQHA Champion Offspring, ROM Performance Offspring, NRHA Money-earners, NCHA Money-earners, Race Money-earners, NSBA Money-earners. Cowboy's great grandsire is Zippo Pat Bars, AQHA Race SI-95/AAA/ROM , AQHA Hall of Fame , NSBA Hall of Fame , ROM Performance. Cowboy is truly bred to produce foals who can do it all! 

Cowboy is also a half brother to Invest In Rodeo who also has produced many wonderful champions, ropers, reiners, barrel prospects.

Cowboy is a double dilute, which means he will give you a palomino or buckskin foal (depending on the base color of the mare) for any non-grey mare!  We can not guarantee the color of foal on Grey mares as the grey gene is usually dominant and while the foal may be born palomino or buckskin, the gene can turn the foal grey. However any black based mare, will give you a buckskin unless she carries a dun gene, then you could have a dunskin. Any red based mare would give you a palomino foal unless she carries the dun gene, then you could get a dunalino. So as you see, genetics can be tricky, however Cowboy can not foal a non diluted color foal, all his foals will have the sweet cowboy color that everyone loves so much! 

Cowboy is very sweet, affectionate and easy to handle. He has an awesome temperament that we strive so hard for in our horses, has a great conformation and nice natural muscling.

We obtained Cowboy in 2016 during breeding season, he had not stood to the public previously. Prior to us owning Cowboy, he was basically, broke to ride then turned on several hundred acres and bred only a few mares over the years. I had bought an AQHA grulla mare in 2015 that was in foal by Cowboy. She delivered us at stunning buttermilk dunskin filly. So when the opportunity arrived for us to get Cowboy, we was more than thrilled at the opportunity! Contact me if you wish to breed to him to your mare, however we will only be accepting a limited number of mares. 

2023 Stud fee is 750.00
Mare care 12.50 per day dry and 17.50 wet (with foal)

Foals eligible to be registered for AQHA, APHA, PtHA, PHBA, IBHA, ABRA, and IAHA 
Dixie, Cowboys 2015 Dunskin Filly