Breeding information

All breeding customers are handled by Gary Wasson. Gary gives personal care to each breeding customer and is looking forward to working with each owner. He creates a good working relationship with the attending veterinarian and has a vested interest in your satisfaction and success.

Stud Fee: $1,000

Swoosh's 5 Panel DNA Test Results are all Negative.

Discounts for Multiple, Proven, World Champions & more.  Please contact Gary for additional informaiton @ 320-260-1073.

Futurities: NSBA Stallion Incentive, NSBA Breeders Championship Futurities, Color Choice Futurity, Virginia and Ohio Paint Horse Clubs

Shipping days:

Monday - Friday
Please call or text Gary @ 320-260-1073 by 10am central time for semen orders shipped the same day.
Counter to counter orders are most successful if a heads up is given the day prior to shipping although not a requirement.

Please do not email to order semen.
 

Shipping Charges:

Overnight (Fed Ex) $250
Counter to Counter $375 plus any courrier fees required
Shipping and Stallion fees are due prior to shipping unless other arrangements have previously been agreed upon. We accept MASTERCARD, VISA and DISCOVER.


The 2019 breeding season will begin on February 1st and run through July. Cooled semen will be available every breeding day 2/1 - 8/1 without fail.

Awesome All Night Breeding Contract
Awesome All Night Breeding Discount Guide

If you are a first time breeder, please feel free to call me for tips on the process. The following is a list of some basic things to consider for your mare: Find a vet in your area who enjoys breeding and has good success in the Artificial Insemination process. It may be worth your time to check with a breeder(s) in your area as to who they recommend.

Mares need 16 hours of daylight per day in order to have a breedable heat cycle. This happens naturally by about mid March. If you wish to breed early you will want to provide the mare with (200 watts) of light every day for 16 hours a day for 60 days. If you wish to breed in February, I suggest you start the light process no later than December 1st. Blankets are helpful, but not a requirement unless your barn gets below 40 at night.