Tyrone Morns Rose

Tyrone Morns Rose

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Tyrone Morns Rose

As a part of our breeding partnership with Les and Cathy Flohr, Tyrone Morn Rose was purchased specifically for her bloodlines and we were all happy, but not surprised, at what a beautiful mare she was when she arrived. She therefore went straight into the broodmare band. 

Her sire is the legendary Morn Deck who needs no introduction. He is one of Australia s leading sires of Performance Horses. His progeny have excelled in the show ring, the reining pen and of course, the rodeo arena, particularly barrel racing. 

Her dam, Winderadeen Fleurs Jet , was by another legend in Jet Boom . Jet Boom himself, was a champion Reining and Working Cow Horse, and he sired a huge number of winners and Champions in these events as well as the show ring, rodeo arena and cutting pen. Her second dam, Mid Rose was by Mentrioso , who was one of the first QH to be imported to Australia and a proven Broodmare Sire. Even today, he is still very highly sort after in the female lineage.

Sonic Drift

Sonic Drift

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Sonic Drift

Sonic Drift is by “Hollywood Showdown” out of the well-performed race mare, “Drift Again”. “Drift Again” is a 2/3 sister to our Champion Barrel Racer, “Sonic Power” aka “Cougar”. Not only was she by the super speedster, “Sonic Jet” (sire of several Barrel racers, including Cathy Rhein’s Aust Champion, and many winners in the show ring), but she also goes back to “Driftwood”, highly sort after rodeo and barrel racers in the USA. 

Sonic Drift is a full sister to “Driftin in Hollywood”, Capricorn Circuit ABHA 3D Barrel Racing Champion 2005, CRCA Finals Qualifier in Team Roping, and Western Performance winner. Since we were competing on her sister, we decided to breed Sonic Drift. 

Her first foal is due to in November to “AD Collect the Check”, cutting and campdraft winner.

Showtime Queen

Showtime Queen

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Showtime Queen

Showtime Queen is by “Hollywood Showdown” and she is out of the outstanding Sprint Race mare in “Lionee”. “Showtime Queen” is a full sister to “Hollywood Lion Queen”, one of our best-performed mares. 

“Lion Queen” holds the 2003 CRCA All Round Cowgirl and Breakaway Roping Titles, as well as the Breakaway Roping Horse of the Year for the same year. She is the 2003 ABHA Capricorn Circuit 3D Barrel Racing Champion, qualifier for the CRCA Finals 2005/06 in Jnr Barrel Racing, Jnr Breakaway Roping and Ladies Breakaway Roping in 2007. 

“Showtime Queen” unfortunately sustained a permanent injury, which stopped her from being able to follow in her sister’s footsteps. We knew her value as a broodmare, with her fully Imported bloodlines, so she made her way to the broodmare paddock, in which she has produced two outstanding palomino colts by “Mabo”. We look forward to her future foals. 

Her dam, “Lionee” produced “Bwana Simba”, who raced 10 times for 4 wins and 4 places. “Lionee’s” progeny have been exceptionally quiet and atheletic. It is regrettable that we only got 2 mares out of this grand old lady before her passing

Kempsters Silky Oak

Kempsters Silky Oak

Registration: A2-1453
Gender: Mare
D.O.B. : 08/11/02
Height: 14.3
Sire: Sherman Oak
Dam: Holly’s Remembrance
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Kempsters Silky Oak

“Kempsters Silky Oak” is by “Sherman Oak”, out of “Holly’s Remembrance”. “Sherman Oak” is the beautiful black stallion, by Legend – “Doc Freckles Oak” Imp.  He was put through the NCHA Cutting Futurity, under the guidence of Ian Francis, with limited training, where he put in a very creditable effort missing out on the final by 1 point.  He then went on to campdraft, winning several drafts before he was purchased by the Kempsters. “Sherman” was a stunning type with excellent confirmation, and temperament.  He has produced several good performers in the reining/drafting arenas. “Sheman’s” dam, “Hollywoods Ragamuffin” was an excellent broodmare by the legendary “Hollywood Return”, and she was out of the “Flappers Breeze” mare, “Rosevale Ragamuffin”.   “Flappers Breeze” became a prolific Broodmare Sire, with many cutting and reining champions being produced from his daughters.


“Holly’s Remembrance” was also by “Hollywood Return” who produced a number of good campdraft performers.  This makes “Silky Oak” a double cross “Hollywood Return” –  like “Flappers Breeze”, “Hollywood Return” also was perhaps a more prolific broodmare sire, makes her a very valuable broodmare.  The fact that “Hollywood Return” produced just as many good stallions and geldings – it is safe to say that he was just a “great sire” all round!

“Silky” has produced three foals so far, her first by “Hobby Horse”, the “Jessie’s Koolibah” stallion, and two by “AD Collect the Check”.  Each of these foals have good quiet temperaments, good confirmation and enjoy being around people. Being a double cross “Hollywood”, we have bred her to “Phantom of the Roc” and have not been disappointed!  She produced a stunning chestnut colt, who is correct in every way. [see For Sale pg – “Red Dog Saloon”].

“Silky” and her 2012 foal by “Dun It Downunder”

Hollywood Morn Rose

Hollywood Morn Rose

Registration: Q-48205
Gender: Mare
D.O.B. : 28/11/00
Height: 15h
Sire: Hollywood Showdown
Dam: Tyrone Morn Rose
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Hollywood Morn Rose

“Hollywood Morn Rose” is the first foal by “Hollywood Showdown” and “Tyrone Morn Rose” (see Stallion and Broodmare page). 


“Hollywood Morn Rose” in perhaps one of our best bred broodmares to date. She was broken in and worked, done light mustering, and education work. However, because she was a filly and “Rose’s” following foals were all colts until 2010, we decided that she might be most valuable to us as a broodmare. So she made her way to the broodmare band. She has not disappointed us, with 3 colts to date, (see Horses For Sale page). Each foal is very quiet and people friendly, whilest she, herself followed more to the “Morn Deck” line, she is passing on that quiet and willing nature that the “Hollywoods” possess.  “Little Rose” is a nice big mare, but is finer built than some of the “Morn Decks and Hollywoods”.

Hollywood Moon Glow

Hollywood Moon Glow

Registration: AX-795
Gender: mare
D.O.B. : 10-11-02
Height: 15h
Sire: Hollywood Moonshadow
Dam: My Girl Sue
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Hollywood Moon Glow

“Hollywood Moon Glow” is by “Hollywood Moonshadow”, see Stallion pg. and she is out of our good broodmare “My Girl Sue” (Dec). 


“Sue” was by “Murrumbo Handy Cutter”, who was by “Bills Cutter”. There were several good horses by “Handy Cutter” in the North and many of them in the Rodeo Arena. “Sue” sustained a permanent injury that took her out of the stock camp, and put her in the broodmare band. She produce 5 excellent foals for us before going to greener pastures. Each of her foals have a brilliant quiet temperament, and they have gone on to be good performance horses. “Hollywood Hitman” is a winner at many Western Perfomance events. “Hollywood Handy Girl” went on to be a good Breakaway Roping/Steer Undecorating/barrel Horse. “Hollywood Casino Royale” has a very promising, roping/barrel career, but is also retained by the stud for breeding later on. All of these are by “Hollywood Showdown”.

“Hollywood Moon Glow” is by “Moonshadow” and for this reason was also to be retained for breeding, so we felt that we should breed from her sooner rather than later. Being the last of “Sue’s” foals, we knew she would be quiet and have a good temperament, and a ton of ability and athleticism. She is a lovely copper chestnut, and is the image of her sire. However she is very much like her paternal granddam – “Boolarong Cinnamoon” – AKA “Gunalda Girl” (Multiple race and Brisbane Royal Show winner) to look at. “Moon Glow” is a very pretty, correct mare, and if her first foal by “King Hollywood” is any indication, she won’t disappoint us as a broodmare.

Hollywood Lion Queen

Hollywood Lion Queen

Registration: Q-35155
Gender: Mare
D.O.B. : 30-10-96
Height: 14.2
Sire: Hollywood Showdown
Dam: Lionee
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Hollywood Lion Queen

“Hollywood Lion Queen” is arguably our best mare!  I would put her in a small catagory of “Some of the Best Horses” we have been lucky enough to own.  She was the first foal that we had bred specifically for what we do – and that is Rope and Barrel Race.

First to her dam, “Lionee” – she was selected on her bloodlines – “Lion Don”, her sire was a very successful sprint horse, winning many major sprint races, and leaving numerous champion sprint horses eating his dust!  He was out of “Miss Ettaleo”, known as the best daughter of the great “Leo” to come to Australian Shores.  The strength of her blood is very evident in the numerous champions that she produced.  One was the great “Lion Deck”, champion sprint horse and sire of many great horses including his most famous son – “Morn Deck”.  “Lion Don”, who was a champion himself but also sired many winners in numerous fields.  “Lion Man” was yet another winning sprint horse.  “Lionee” herself was out of the imported mare sprint mare, “Queens are Wild” – who was by the immortal “Jet Deck“, out of the “Leo” bred mare, “Sena Leo”.  “Lionee” was the Top Price Mare at the 1980 Rockhampton Quarter Horse Sale, and went on to win numerous Sprint races. She produced several horses that were successful sprinters, however they also swapped the track for the rodeo, campdraft and Show arenas.  We bred her to “Hollywood Showdown” and got two lovely fillies, then “Hollywood Moon Shadow” and got two geldings.  All have been successfully competed on, except for “Showtime Queen”, who sustained a perminent injury, that prevented further training.

 “Hollywood Showdown” of course needs no introduction![see Stallion pg] and “Hollywood Lion Queen” was the first filly that we decided to retain for competition, with future breeding being the main reason.  She was started under saddle and with her intelligence and trainable mind, didn’t take long for her natural ability and athleticism to shine through.  Before she had turned 7 years old, she had won the 2003 CRCA All Round Cowgirl and Breakaway Roping Title, as well as the ABHA Capricorn Circuit 3D Barrel Racing Horse of the Year.  She also qualified for the Team Roping Heeler in2003.  A week after she won her first barrel race for the 2004 season, she sustained a major injury, that curtailed her competition for over 12 months, however her ‘true grit’ saw her return to the competition arena, with our daughter, Lacey-Jae aboard.  Where she qualified for the CRCA Junior Barrel Race and Breakaway Roping, in 2005/06.  Then the combination won the CRCA Rookie Ladies Breakaway Roping in 2008.  With the major physical demands that Barrel Racing places on a horse, it became evident that she could not continue to barrel race, as her injury continued to rear its head.  So the decision was made that she was only to be a roping horse.  With two years off to have her first foal to “AD Collect the Check”, she was returned to the competition arena to make way for her half sister, “Driftin in Hollywood” to have her first foal. In 2010 she took out the CRCA Ladies Breakaway Roping Average, and slotted herself into Runner Up for the year, with limited competitions.

 “Hollywood Lion Queen” had an  AUWSOME STOP which made her a sensational Breakaway Roping mount, while her speed made catching cattle a breeze.  She always gave {5fafa23fc10eeba143aa2db84b6b4199d34fdb8f0b392cda0adf518d44868c8c}110 of herself to her job and she enjoyed every moment of it.  She was not just a great competition horse, she was quiet and reliable so our younger daughter Cassidy-Anne rode her from a young age. 

 Now that she has entered the breeding stage of her career, we eagerly await the babies that she will produce with our two resident sires, “Phantom of the Roc” and “Dun It Downunder”, no doubt they will produce performance horses that will Cut, Rein, Barrel Race, Rope, Draft or Challenge. While they will be sound minded competition horses, they will be definate Futurity/stud prospects to the accerning breeder.  They will have an awsome stop and speed to burn, with intellegence and a mind to match.

 Whilst “Lion Queen” has big shoes to fill in the competition arena, we know her biggest value is in the foals that she will produce.  Some will be offered for sale to the serious competitor, however some fillies and perhaps a colt will be retained by the stud for the future.  We can’t wait to see them compete.

Lacey and Lion Queen enroute to the CRCA Rookie Breakaway Roping Title
Liz and Lion Queen winning the first round of the 2010 Ladies Breakaway Roping
Lacey and Lion Queen walkin back to the box after she and mum both got 2nd and 2rd on her in the first round of the 2008 Finals.

Hollywood Centrefold

Hollywood Centrefold

Registration: AX-593
Gender: Mare
D.O.B. : 14-10-01
Height: 15.1
Sire: Hollywood Showdown
Dam: Crystal Magnum
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Hollywood Centrefold

“Hollywood Centrefold” is by “Hollywood Showdown” who needs no intoroduction, being one of the best performing sons of “Hollywood Return”[see stallion pg for full performance history] and is out “Crystal Magnum”.  “Centrefold” is the full sister to “Showdowns Topgun”, who is a well performed Roping and Barrel Racing horse.  His conformation and style/build would have seen him excel in the Show ring and Dressage, however he loved his cattle work and had a ton of speed, so the rodeo arena is where he went. “Crystal Marc” is a 3/4 sister to “Centrefold” and she has performed very well in the showring also, with several wins and placings from limited outings.

“Crystal Magnum” is by “Magnum Force”, who sired numerous Show winners, including “Tuff Enuff”, “Oh So Special”, “Hy Fashion” and “Magnolia Lass” to name a few.  These horses were all Halter Futurity Champions and many went on to compete and win many Championships under saddle.   “Magnum Force” was by the great “Ambassador” [AQHA]who was best known in the racing circles as “Savannah Jet” and he has  had several winners in the Rodeo Arena as well as the show ring, he of course was by the great“Jet Deck”.  His dam, “Heishe”, was a grandaughter of the immortal “Go Man Go” and “Vandy” with a dash of “Leo” in there again.  Each of these horses mentioned are the ‘Royalty’ and the foundation of not only the Sprint bred horses, but most of our horses at the O.H. Corral.

By the late ’80s early ’90s Quarter Horse Sprint Racing had died in Australia, because of the lack of support from the Thoroughbred industry – some say they were afriad that the spectacular ‘short racing’ would take over the racing industry and was a threat to the Thoroughbred industry. So the Show Ring was the course that so many of the Sprint horses of the time took.  Sprint horses, generally, had great conformation, so were very successful in the Show Ring and swapped over into this arena with ease because of their temperament, movement and conformation.

“Centrefold” was broken in and started roping, however the Rodeo industry is hard in the aspect that you can only compete once in each event, on one horse, unlike campdrafting, jumping, cutting and reining. “Hollywood Lion Queen” and “Driftin In Hollywood” were being campaigned extensively therefore, making harder to compete on several horses at once.  “The decision was made for Centrefold” to enter the broodmare band, because both of her siblings were competing successfully with their respective owners.  She is a beautiful mahogany bay, with any equally exceptional temperament that she passes on to her foals.  She has not disappointed us thus far with two fillies by the great campdraft sire”Mabo” [see For Sale Page “H’wd Pin Up Girl”], and the exceptional 2012 palomino colt by “Phantom of the Roc”, [see For Sale Pg “H’wd Daytona”].  Perhaps her most awaited foal will be her 2013 foal by “Dun It Downunder”.  One think that we can be sure of, is that will be well built, good minded horses that will have the ability to do almost anything that you want to do with them, and oh so pretty to boot!!!

Hollywood Boutique

Hollywood Boutique

Registration: Q-66081
Gender: mare
D.O.B. : 21/11/97
Height: 15h
Sire: Hollywood Showdown
Dam: Milbrook I’ma Personality
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Hollywood Boutique

“Tiger Lily” as she is affectionately known is by “Hollywood Showdown” (refer to stallion page) out of “Milbrook Ima Personality”. “Personality” was by the speed sensation “Ima Go Man”, and out of an “Eddie Barnes” mare. “Eddie Barnes” of course being one of the original sprint sires to be imported to Australia. “Personality” successfully raced before being bred. She herself was a lovely quiet mare and she passed this onto her foals. 

Tiger Lily, because of her bloodlines and the fact that we had sold her full sister, made it intthe broodmare band quickly and was not campaigned. However we look forward to campaigning her progeny.

Hollywood Boulivarde

Hollywood Boulivarde

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Hollywood Boulivarde

Hollywood Boulevard is by “Hollywood Showdown”, our first and original stallion. Her dam, “Carriage” was a Stock Horse mare used for mustering on Terang Station, Comet, before entering the broodmare band on the station. 

Hollywood Boulevard was a very clever mare, with a huge stop, and was used for mustering as well. She showed a lot of “cow” and was very trainable. We were keen to start breeding some of our “Showdown” mares and she was one of our oldest mares, so she inevitably was the first one to enter the broodmare band. 

We are now breaking and starting some of her oldest progeny and are very happy with their softness and trainability and once again, their big stop!