9668 ROCK RIVER ROAD
JAMESTOWN, CALIFORNIA 95327
Brooks Quarter Horse Ranch, one of the largest breeding and training facilities in Northern California, is a 7,000-acre paradise located in the hills of California Gold Country.
Leonard Brooks built his reputation as a successful Quarter Horse breeder on his Stallion Plumb Dry. Plumb Dry was purchased as a two year old and resided on the Brooks Ranch for over 21 years. Leonard purchased Plumb Dry because of his impressive pedigree and began crossing him with Three Bar breed mares.
In 1984, Plumb Dry won the World Champion Reining Cow Horse Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nevada. Plumb Dry
went against 250 horses to earn this honorable title. From there Plumb Dry was retired to the Brooks Quarter Horse Ranch to begin his breeding career. During his time on the ranch he sired over 500 foals. San Man Badger
was sired by Peppy San Badger and purchased during a King Ranch production sale. He was then shipped to Florida where he was shown in amateur cutting classes. He has sired approximately 150 foals. His foals have muscular bodies and an easy-to-work with disposition. All of his offspring have been responsive to training. Leonard’s son, Lee, has retained a few of San Man Badger foals every year for his cutting show string.
Each horse at the Brooks Quarter Horse Ranch spends the first two years of life roaming the hills. At two years old they are brought into the barn to begin their training. Horses are handled daily by experienced ranch hands. This start in life ensures a strong, confident horse that will be ready to accomplish your riding goals.