Mighty White Brother (ApHC)

1994 bay fewspot and 100 percent color-producer. Grandson of the hall of fame horse Abdulls Pok-A-Son and the world champion cutting mare Go Meyer Kim. Bloodlines of the best, including Mighty Peavy, Joker B, Apache, Sun Spot J, Spotted Jim, Buttons B, and the AQHA Hall of Fame Horses Poco Bueno and Skipper W. 15.1 hh.

Mighty White Brother is a gentle trail horse.

Brother was our senior stallion at the B and L Horse Ranch for 13 spot-filled years. He sired top-quality colored foals with athleticism and excellent dispositions who were pretty, quiet and good-natured. He always displayed an excellent disposition and would ride with any assortment of horses in parades or on group trail rides without issue. He has numerous hall of fame horses and world champions in his pedigree, and several of his foals are national and world show top-10 placers in events ranging from pleasure driving and reining to heritage. Brother also has sired foals we raised at the B and L Horse Ranch who were exported to the South Africa and Germany, as well as get in 20 different states around the country. Brother is now a riding gelding in the Wichita area of Kansas for our good friend Emily Stolz. He has a nice retirement home with people who love him and provide top-quality care. While it was hard to say so long to Brother as our senior stallion, we did retain his daughters Mighty White Delight and Anmar Anastasia for our program. Brother was tested for the genetic defect PSSM1 and is n/n. Although he is no longer in our program, Brother will always be number one in our book! Thank you Emily, for taking such good care of Brother!

Brother with a riding student of Emily's in Wichita, Kansas. 

A favorite picture of Brother drinking from the pond out at pasture north of Hays. 

Mighty White Brother (left) and his full sister, Folgate mare Mighty Ten.

Brother's maternal granddam (left) world champion cutting horse Go Meyer Kim. 
Brother's paternal grandsire (right) hall of fame stallion Abdulls Pok A Son. 

Brother's owner (our good friend and former employee) Emily Stolz, pictured with her
Mighty White Brother son Brother's Dakota.