Miss Go Lasan, was the granddaughter of my first quarter horse mare, 'Jiggs' whom I got as a baby in 1950. Lasan's mother, GoGo Lasan, was, up until our current stallion Oreo, the winningest competition horse we had ever had. GoGo died shortly after Lasan foaled, and I raised Lasan on a bucket.
She always received the best care; she never had to 'work', altho she was broke to ride and could have been a reiner.
She was rather slow to mature so when she was young I had other, bigger futurity horses to train and haul, therefore she stayed home and eventually started having babies for us. She had a total of 10, 8 of them fillies. Eight were Quarter Horses, two of them were paints, sired by our Oreo Van Tyke.
1952 Jiggs,1970s GoGO
Lasan as an orphan baby with 'her' sheep 'Barbie'Lasan cavorting with her first foal Liveoak Lady
and Lasan's final foal 'HARLOW'
ALL HORSES GO TO HEAVEN
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