Pine View Farm has Lucky Number Three in their Amazing Stallion Lineup!

July 19th, 2013 12:00 PM | No Comments

Republished from June/July issue of Show Horse Today

Broodmare manager Lauren Erk with a few of Pine View's babies

Pine View Farm has become a leader in pleasure horse “production” with their three high-achieving stallions: Invitation Only, Lazy Loper and Winnies Willy. Between the three of them, the boys have been producing champions for the last eight years, and it shows! Through careful management and care, “Invy,” “Lazy” and “Willy” continue to pass along excellence in character, movement and show-ability.

“Pine View Farm raises 15-20 babies a year,” says Debbi Trubee, stallion manager.  “We try to raise the very top end in Western Pleasure prospects.” One of the 2013 babies is a filly sired by Lazy Loper out of She Bee A Chex.  She is a full sister to ‘Lopin For A Chex,’ a Congress Champion, Reserve World Champion and Honor Roll Amateur Western Pleasure horse. 

Some amazing mares that are breeding at Pine View:

  • Zippity Good Bar – dam of Only Because Im Good, a multiple Congress and World Champion
  • Good Special Miss- who produced Honor Roll Western Pleasure horse Personal Invite
  • She Bee A Chex- dam of Lopin For A Chex, Congress Champion and Honor Roll winner
  • Investment A Ward- produced  Bein A Little Lazy 2x NSBA World Champion
  • Wildly Available who foaled World and Congress Champion Only Rave Reviews, (Invitation Only) and who has a full sister on the ground this year, Avalablebyinvitation!

All these ladies reside at Pine View Farm, along with a small group of select young mares just starting into their broodmare careers.

A truly impressive team makes Pine View Farm so successful. Owned by the Farina Family, Pine View was established in 2000 with the goal to “raise some of the best pleasure horses in the country.” Farm managers are Roger Landis, whose duties are caring for his very famous stallions, Debbi Trubee whose duties are sales of breeding and horses, and customer service, and their Broodmare Manager, Lauren Erk whose duties are “making sure the girls and babies are all happy.”

To read more about Pine View Farms and the boys, as well as an update on nurse mare Cookie and her adopted babies, click here!

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