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Burns Ranch With Outstanding Equine Sale Consignment Beginning On September 30
AQHA champion breeder Burns Ranch will once again offer a sensational consignment of yearlings at the Los Alamitos Equine Sale on September 30 and October 1.

Burns Ranch
Burns Ranch With Outstanding Equine Sale Consignment Beginning On September 30

LOS ALAMITOS, CA–SEPTEMBER 28, 2023–Dr. Steve Burns and his wife Jo Rae operate the highly successful Burns Ranch in Menifee, California, nationally regarded as one of the premier Quarter Horse stallion stations and breeding farms in Quarter Horse racing.

A multiple AQHA champion breeder, Burns Ranch is the home of stallions Favorite Cartel, Walk Thru Fire, Foose, Seperate Interest, Fly Thru The Fire, Mental Error, Mpshinning, and Golden Boi.

Currently the nation’s leading breeder in earnings with $2,801,536 and third in victories with 89, Burns Ranch will once again offer a sensational consignment of yearlings at the Los Alamitos Equine Sale on September 30 and October 1.

Here are a few of the top yearlings offered by Burns Ranch this weekend starting on Day 1 on September 30.

 Hip #6 Competent, a filly by Seperate Interest out of Grade 1 Ed Burke Million finalist Sex On Fire. Competent, full sister to 2023 California Breeders Debutante winner Fire Wall.

Hip #36 So Delightful, a filly by Fly Thru The Fire whose second dam is Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity finalist A Delightful Legacy. This is the family of champion Inseperable, stakes winner Seperate Interest and Los Alamitos Juvenile Challenge winner Tell of the Past.

Hip #39 Westward, a colt by Seperate Interest out of West Coast Cash. He’s a half-brother to Kindergarten Futurity winner West Coast Hawk and stakes winners West Coast Okie and One Fast Okie.

Hip #47 Work With It, a Favorite Cartel filly out of a sister to 2007 AQHA World Champion Blues Girl Too and Grade 1 winner Blues Man Too.

Hip #49 Tincture Of Time,  a filly by Favorite Cartel out of the graded stakes placed mare Ynot Bar. Tincture of Time, full sister to multiple Grade 1 winner Tequila Sangria and Grade 1 Winter Derby winner Ynot Walk. This is also the family of AQHA Champion aged mare Quirky.

Hip #51 The Reflecting, a Favorite Cartel filly out of You Can Fly. She’s a full sister to Go Man Go Handicap winner You Can Run. This is the family of Grade 1 winners Rock You and Little Talks and stallions Ali Babe Foose and Fly Thru The Fire.

Hip #56 Really A Classic, a Fly Thru The Fire filly out of A Regal Classic. She’s a half-sister to two-time graded derby winner Rite Regal and Debutante Stakes winner Rite On Time.

Hip #74 Rein In, a Seperate Interest colt out of the stakes winner Attack The Cartel.  He’s a half-brother to All American Futurity finalist Trane Station V.

Hip #78 Devils Tower, a Favorite Cartel colt out of Babe On The Fly. He’s a full brother to Grade 1 Golden State Million Futurity winner Little Talks and a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Rock You and Los Alamitos Two Million runner-up Ali Babe Foose.

Hip #90 Tijera Dynasty, a filly by FDD Dynasty out of PCQHRA Breeders Futurity runner-up Chalala Jess. Her second dam is the stakes winner Chalala, a 12-time winner in her career.

Hip #97 Plea Deal, a filly by Jess Being Valiant out of the solid producer Corona Mas Final. This filly, half-sister to Grade 2 Southern California Derby winner Uno Corona Mas.

Hip #110 Nationalist, a colt by Favorite Cartel out of Dont Pass Bar. He’s a half-brother to AQHA champion aged mare Quirky and a full brother to Town Policy Stakes winner Doctor Gene.

Hip #113 Reputable, a Favorite Cartel colt out of the stakes winner Enjoy The Walk. He’s a full brother to two Grade 1 stakes winner Chocolatito, who earned $319,703 while winning a total of five stakes.

Burns Ranch will offer the following standouts of Day 2 of the sale on Sunday, October 1.

Hip #141 Abstract, a filly by Favorite Cartel out of Las Damas Handicap winner Hawk Kue Pie. She’s a full sister to $125,958 earner and stakes winner You Caught My Eye.

Hip #147 Konspire, a Favorite Cartel filly out of Indeed of Delight, a daughter of AQHA Dam of Distinction Fortune Of Delight. This is the family of champions A Delightful Dasher and Hes My Dasher.

Hip #156 Contractual, filly by Favorite Cartel out of Katie Katella. This filly, full sister to multiple stakes winner Cattail Cover, who has earned nearly $650,000 and was second in the 2019 Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity.

Hip #157 Power Walk, colt by Walk Thru Fire out of Katie Katella. He’s a half-brother to Hip #156. Walk Thru Fire is one Quarter Horse racing’s greatest sires.

Hip #166 Kiss Then Talk, filly by champion Kiss My Hocks out of Grade 1 winner Little Talks. She’s a half-sister to La Fiesta Futurity winner Restrictions.

Hip #195 Unappreciated, colt by Fly Thru The Fire out of Ocean Memories. He’s a half-brother to El Primero Del Ano Derby winner Ocean Cartel.

Hip #196 Demented, colt by Seperate Interest out of Ocean Memories. He’s a half-brother to Hip #195.

Hip #207 Heres The Thing, filly by Favorite Cartel out of the AQHA champion Quirky. She’s a full sister to 2023 Governor’s Cup Futurity finalist Mask Mandate and the stakes placed Pesky.

Hip #209 Favorite Love Song, filly by Favorite Cartel out of Remember Me Love. Favorite Love Song’s granddam is the AQHA Dam of Distinction Remember Me Rose, who has produced five Grade 1 winners.

Hip #210 Rose Beaukay,  is one of the standouts of the sale. Sired by Favorite Cartel and out of great Remember Me Rose, Rose Beaukay, full sister to AQHA champion and Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity winner Cyber Attack, Los Alamitos Super Derby winner Bomb Cyclone and three other Grade 1 winners.

Hip #215 Solar Power, colt by Fly Thru The Fire out of Ruth Chris. He’s a half-brother to two-time graded derby winner Black Fryday and stakes winner Stripsteak.

Hip #231 Personal Attack, is one of the standouts of the sale. He’s a colt by Favorite Cartel out of Attack The Cartel and, full brother to 2023 All American Futurity finalist Trane Station V and Evangeline Downs Futurity winner Rumor Goin Around.

#236 Snow Bound, Favorite Cartel colt out of Apollo Snowbound. He’s a half-brother to six-time Grade 1 winner BH Lisas Boy, who earned $963,053 in his racing career.

Burns Ranch owns Remember Me Rose, the AQHA all-time leading broodmare and the dam of Grade 1 winners Cyber Attack, Bomb Cyclone, Powerful Favorite, Cyber Monday, and Runforyourlife.

Burns Ranch has also bred multiple graded derby winners Black Fryday and Rite Regal, and Governor’s Cup Futurity winners Pitbull and Constituent. In 2012, Dr. Burns was the recipient of the Frank Vessels, Sr., Memorial Award presented in appreciation of his outstanding contribution to the sport of Quarter Horse racing.