High Brow Cat age 25 * Photo by Cam Essick

Two Top Cutting Sires Move to Brazos Valley Stallion Station

For the 2024 breeding season EquiStat Elite $91 Million Sire High Brow Cat will officially be “standing” at Brazos Valley Stallion Station.

This change comes at a time when breeding incentives are the forefront of many breeders’ management decisions when choosing a stallion for their program. Jeremy Barwick and Brazos Valley Stallion Station have established an incentive opportunity that is unparalleled, and High Brow Cat’s owners are excited to have High Brow Cat (High Brow Hickory x Smart Little Kitty x Smart Little Lena) be apart of their program.

High Brow Cat previously “stood” at Weatherford Equine.

Breeders will still be able to use the veterinary clinic of their choice for their mare care and embryo transfers when breeding to High Brow Cat. As High Brow Cat is only offered via ICSI breedings, here is a comprehensive list of approved ICSI labs located throughout North Texas, Missouri, California, Oregon and Canada. 

If you are unfamiliar with this type of assisted reproductive technology Quarter Horse News has more information here.

EquiStat Elite $4 Million Sire Reyzin The Cash has also moved for the 2024 breeding season to Brazos Valley Stallion Station. He previously stood at Oswood Stallion Station in Weatherford, Texas. Reyzin The Cash (Dual Rey x Spookys Cash x Miss N Cash) earned $278,776 in his career according to EquiStat.