Show horse pages
Classic Foundation Shetland Ponies and AMHR/AMHA Miniatures
About Jeff Langer and Brooke Smith
About Encores Secret
Encores Secret has 137 halter points. He is a Congress Champion and the winner of the Denver Stock Show. He has 27 Grands and 12 Reserves, and is an Honor Roll Stallion and High Point Congress Stallion. Encores Secret was never shown at the World Show. Many people that have seen him have said that he is the most beautiful stallion they have ever seen, and we believe it! He has proven himself to be a prepotent sire by stamping his offspring with his good looks and natural definition. His mother was known for her beautiful head that she passed to her offspring, Secret continues to pass this to his offspring as well. Secret has been on the Leading Sires list of Halter Point earners. He was bred by Jim Eaton of Atlanta, Tx who owns his World Champion sire Encore. Jim bought Secret's dam Secret Lady from the Wiescamp's of Colorado. He noticed her on an elk hunting trip and decided that he had to own her. It took him several years to convince them to sell her, but when they did he took her home. She raised some of his favorite offspring with Encores Secret being her most famous son. She was known for her exceptionally beautiful head which she passed to her son and he continues to pass to his offspring. Encores Secret was owned by the Penncross Ranch in Kilgore, Tx and by the Livasy's at Double L Acres in Decatur, Illinois before returning to Texas to live with us in Naples.
About WD to a Sheik
We purchased WD to a Sheik a few years ago to add a different color and bloodline to our APHA breeding program. With his exceptional show career and proven offspring record we thought he would compliment our program very well. He has proven to be a very high percentage color sire and adds very nice toplines and height to his offspring. He was bought by the Meadowoods Farm to replace their main stallion Eternally Sheik and was owned by them until they retired and sold him to the Livasys at Double L Acres in Decatur, Illinois. We brought him to Texas to stand with us and have enjoyed the variety of colors and beautiful offspring he has given us.