Wesco Farms Rogers Easter Bonnet


2005 AMHA AMHR DNA/PQ Tested
NN (Negative) for the known ACAN Dwarf genes
33" Buckskin Mare

Sire: Samis Roger Rabbit x Dam: B ZS Starry Night

Samis Roger Rabbit x

Bonnie was born here on Easter Sunday while I was away at a horse show. Her dam comes from the driving horse lines of BZ's Ranch and go back to the Shetland bred Dunnings and Hashs. Her sire, Samis Roger Rabbit, and shares the same great movement of his well known driving siblings - Samis Quo Vadis and Rocket Squirrel.

Bonnie is a super mom, very devoted to her babies and protective although not aggressive. She is not the friendliest horse on the place (definitely not a pocket pet, but is food motivated!). Having had her dam here, she learned that "Don't trust humans" from Starry Night who had a history of neglect and was left pretty hands off most of her life.

Bonnie is easy to handle - once caught - and does well with the farrier, grooming, etc. She just doesn't seek out human interaction. We're okay with that. Bonnie is not an 'alpha' type mare - she might be given the opportunity, but here she's more at the lower end of dominance with our herd.

Bonnie was tested for the ACAN Dwarf genes in July 2020. She is N/N for all four known types (D1, D2, D3 & D4). That means she cannot pass dwarf genetics and her foals have inherited her NN from her.

Bonnie produced three foals for her former owner and produced this lovely pinto filly in 2017 for us
Wesco Farms TCs Bijou Graphique.

Bonnie foal pic's


Our Breeding Philosophy

Wesco Farms has an unconventional breeding philosophy, in that we like a short foaling season (April foals ideally for our climate), and have chosen to NOT breed mares every year.

Our preference, is to put stallions to mares around May 1 and take them out May 31st for those April foals. Our stallions get a brief window - maybe one-two heat cycles depending on the mare. We're fine with a less than ideal cover rate, as we've dealt wit winter, summer and fall foals, April is our sweet spot!. We just don't want people to "assume" mares are at fault for what appears to be a sketchy foaling history as many mares do not get bred for a couple or three years depending on life circumstances; stallions chosen for that year; etc. AND rarely, do we breed a mare back after foaling.

We're including individual mare's breeding history below.
Please contact us! with any further questions or clarifications!

Bonnie with Topper May 2018.

Bonnie's breeding history:

  • 2022
  • 2021. Exposed to First Knights Wizard of Oz for 2022.
  • 2020. We are not breeding in 2020.
  • 2019. Bred to First Knights Wizard of Oz. Open.
  • 2018. Bred to WCR Top Cop (A repeat of her 2017 filly). Open.
  • 2017. Not intentionally bred. 1x fence jump, but no known cover.
  • 2016. Pinto filly sired by WCR Top Cop > Wesco Farms TCs Bijou Graphique.
  • 2015. Not bred.
  • 2014, 13, 12, 11 unknown. Bonnie was with another breeder from 2007-2015, information shown is from AMHA studbook.
  • 2010. Pinto filly in 2011.
  • 2009. Pinto filly in 2010.
  • 2008. Solid Black colt in 2009.

Bonnie's pedigree

Wesco Farms Rogers Easter Bonnet Samis Roger Rabbit CelebrationsTennessee Legend Prince Tennessee Monashee Dell Teras Little Joe Dels Little Man
Dels Bobbin
Dell Teras June Girl  
Brewers Gold Dust Dels Cowboy Sligo Little Stormy
Ruth Haynes Moto
Dels Two Bits Dels Little Man
Dels Copper Penny
Samis Itty Bitty Bananette Shadowy Oaks Top Banana Shadow Oaks Paul Bunyan Golden Pennys Prince Charming
Tex Fancy
Shadow Oaks Tiny Miss Shadow Oaks Ebb
Shadow Oaks Dream Size
Fishers Debbie Fishers Jim Dandy Fishers Little Eddie
Fishers Black Raven
Fishers Dorothy  
BZs Starry Nights B Zs Prince Tapper Dunnings Chaser Dunnings Cisco Blue  
Sunshine Acres Ebony Mist  
Flying W Farms Little Betsy    
B ZS Sunrise Surprise Hashs Blue Bomer Hashs Seabiscuit  
Hashs Lu Anne  
B ZS Dream Girl    
Pedigree generated by PedigreeQuery.com
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